M. Frederick Hawthorne is the director of MU's International Institute of Nano and Molecular Medicine and was recently awarded the highest honor the government can grant to scientists, engineers and inventors.
Bill Cantin works with Columbia residents to boost neighborhood pride and improve conditions.
Mary Jane Lang Grundler died Tuesday at 93. Dr. Grundler taught business education and excellence.
President Barack Obama returned early from a Hawaiian vacation while lawmakers snarled across a partisan divide, leaders in each party blaming the other for an episode of government gridlock that threatens the economy with a new recession.
The decorated war veteran gave 31 years of service to the the military. He led troops through the Pacific during World War II and served as security division chief of the then-newly formed Central Intelligence Group (now the CIA), director of security in the Office of Secretary of Defense and eventually as a chief of security in a division at the Pentagon.
Solitude, friends, families, soul mates create meaningful moments for readers in 2012.
First Day Hikes is an opportunity for people to start the new year by visiting state parks throughout the nation, and guides at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park are planning 10 hikes with five different routes this year.
Missouri's Jan. 5 game against Bucknell will now start at 3 p.m. at Mizzou Arena. The game is a sell-out.
Responding to the criticism of the NRA, J. Karl Miller’s Wednesday column is well written but might not fit the mainstream thoughts of the American public.
High winds and messy mix of rain, sleet and snow make travel difficult.
House, Senate leaders say legislation prohibiting lawsuits related to occupational diseases will be among their priorities for the 2013 session of the General Assembly.
Witnesses followed the suspect and helped police track is whereabouts. Chadwick Simmons was captured in the backyard of a home on North Garth Avenue.
First Night Columbia 2013 will kick off with a 5K run/walk at 4 p.m. Monday and entertain attendees with more than 50 performances throughout the night.
The Central Missouri Humane Society created the Whisker Wonderland adoption event for December, which allows people to name their own adoption fee for cats older than 6 months.
The recent exposure of numerous sham scientific reports generated by biased individuals at supposedly objective institutions should draw intense public scrutiny to this new era of corporate-funded science.
Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, who commanded the U.S.-led international coalition that drove Saddam Hussein's forces out of Kuwait in 1991, has died. He was 78.
Former President George H.W. Bush has been in intensive care since Sunday. He was admitted to Methodist Hospital Nov. 23.
Happy New U will feature workouts, classes and demonstrations of activities such as Tai Chi, yoga, Zumba, body combat, spinning and CrossFit.
Hickman meets St. Clair in the second round of the Rolla High School Girls Holiday Tournament at 1 p.m. Friday in Rolla.
The NRA’s proposal to create a national registry is a cynical gimmick to distract us from the major cause of gun violence — easy access to guns.