The fifth annual Third Goal International Film Festival covered numerous international issues, including the unique experiences Peace Corps volunteers deal with while in other countries.
Through surveys and meetings, Columbia residents are invited to share their opinions on the city's future growth and development.
Revenues from the tax increase would be put to a variety of projects, including about $17.4 million that would be directed for a new conference center and redevelopment of the site of a former state prison.
A Missouri state legislation which requires incoming kindergartners to get a complete eye exam expires in June. Deliberations about its effectiveness and future continue in the Missouri General Assembly.
Ameren Missouri, a natural gas and electricity provider based in St. Louis, is seeking its fifth rate increase in six years. Ameren President Warner Baxter says that the increase, approximately 15 percent, is to improve energy efficiency and offset rising fuel costs.
Ed Martin, the Republican nominee for Missouri attorney general, should focus his advertising strategy "on his personal experience with the attorney general's office" — including a Sunshine Law investigation and an admission of regularly destroying government emails.
Investigators must do more to find out what happened to the missing money, as well as keep customers informed about the likelihood of recovering their funds.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team won the Webster Winter Classic by beating host St. Joseph’s Academy 63-50 in the championship game on Saturday in St. Louis.
The Columbia College men’s basketball team beat Park University for the second time this season, bettering the Pirates 69-58 on Saturday in Parkville.
The Columbia College women's basketball team lost 67-45 to Park University on Saturday in Parkville.
The UM System Board of Curators approved fee increases for all four UM System campuses at its meeting in Kansas City on Friday. The board will convene for a special meeting later in February to vote on the proposed tuition increases.
"GameDay" hosts are calling Saturday's men's basketball game between Missouri and Kansas one of the biggest they've seen in years.
Fliers with "language of a racist nature" were posted in an MU residence hall. When discovered, they were taken down immediately. Police are investigating the incident.
MU students began camping outside Mizzou Arena on Wednesday night in anticipation for ESPN's "College GameDay" and the men's basketball game against KU, but even through the rain Friday they were showing MU spirit.
A vehicle driven by an MU student collided with another MU student walking across Rollins Street at the Virginia Avenue crosswalk. He was taken to University Hospital.
Two new meters were installed on both sides of Ninth Street on Thursday as part of the new pilot program proposed by the Downtown Parking Task Force. The new meters are in a 90-day trial period.
Student heckling, administrative calls for sportsmanship and nostalgic feelings are high for what could be the last Missouri-Kansas game in Columbia. Conversation today, both online and around town,has been focused on this culminating match.
ESPN "College GameDay" is back in town, so the time has come to map out a game plan. This means deciding on a parking spot, breaking out the MU gold and possibly even investing in a tent.
If you have ideas about how to improve the Missourian, consider joining the new Readers Board. It will meet four times in the spring.