As President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner pushed to reach a broad deal to avert the "fiscal cliff," Boehner offered a "plan B" that would cancel tax increases for everyone earning $1 million or less.
The software industry is bracing for new regulations that the Federal Trade Commission will announce Wednesday to update rules for collecting personal information from children.
A national commission can and should focus the spotlight on those who profit from America’s gun culture.
George Allen Jr. spent nearly three decades in prison for the 1982 death of Mary Bell but has been free since mid-November after a judge's ruling. Attorney General Chris Koster is challenging the ruling before the Missouri Court of Appeals.
The three new committee leaders are Reps. Sue Allen and Marsha Haefner, of the St. Louis area, and Rep. Craig Redmon of Canton.
The plans to raze Columbia's oldest building, the Niedermeyer Apartments, sparked Barbara Hoppe, the Sixth Ward Councilwoman, to propose an ordinance that delays demolition permit requests in downtown Columbia for six months.
Anna Waldron spent many of her years in education focusing on English, but an early passion for science led her to her current position as director of science outreach. She now works to make science accessible to anyone who wishes to learn about it.
Officers at a sobriety checkpoint work not only to detect impaired drivers and other lawbreakers but also to help deter drunken driving and educate motorists.
Mike Sykuta, coordinator of Second Saturday, works to increase Columbia's community volunteer involvement with monthly projects.
A proposed residential development that would be constructed next to Rock Bridge State Park has sparked concerns over the potential environmental impact.
Sure, there were pregame jitters, but Jabari Brown, the 6-foot-5 guard, quickly shook them off, contributing immediately for the Tigers in Monday night's game at Mizzou Arena.
The proposed subdivision, Parkside Estates, would feature 65 single-family homes, 11-villa style duplexes and two exits that would open onto Route K from the east. An ordinance that would repeal the establishment of an Enhanced Enterprise Zone Advisory Board also was introduced at the meeting.
No. 12 Missouri played extremely well for all 40 minutes, demolishing South Carolina State 102-51 on Monday night at Mizzou Arena.
The City Council heard an ordinance proposal to purchase private land surrounded by the Waters-Moss Memorial Wildlife Area.
Chancellor Brady and Anne Deaton laid a wreath at the MU Columns alongside a sign saying, "The Mizzou Family honors the children and staff of Sandy Hook Elementary."
Forecasters don't expect the storm to interrupt Columbia's ongoing stretch of consecutive days without measurable snowfall
Josh Henson, who has been the co-offensive line coach at Missouri for four years, replaces David Yost, who stepped down on Dec. 3. Hill will now coach the quarterbacks after serving as receivers coach since 1996.
Missouri is still one of two ranked teams in the Southeastern Conference, with Florida (7-1) dropping to No. 8 after losing to Arizona this past week.
Missouri isn't limiting its recruitment to just Illinois, but is pressing hard in California where high school students are looking to escape soaring college tuition rates.
John Gandt has seen changes in the National Guard since he joined in 2000, but despite deployments in Iraq and Egypt, the most gratifying aspect of his career has been helping others during state missions.