The True/False Film Fest kicked off Thursday night. Now on day two, the the festival is in high gear, with films showing around town.
The Kewpies beat the Lakers and advanced to the Class 5, District 9 championship game.
The forms, filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission, revealed patterns of support heading into the April 2 election.
Sophomore guard Alex Ofodile, an all-state receiver in the fall, looks to avenge the football Bruins' season-ending loss to the Kewpies on the basketball court Saturday night. Rock Bridge beat Jefferson City 73-59 in the district semifinals Friday.
Kewpies point guard Jade Holly reflects on her month-long recovery from a concussion. The senior returned to the lineup last week.
The marathon movie watching at True/False can make viewers a little stiff.
A seven-person committee headed by City Manager Mike Matthes recommended the City Council approve Nancy Thompson for the job. The council will make a decision on Monday.
Police officers arrested a Columbia man Thursday night after he allegedly fired two shots on Elm Grove Drive in Northeast Columbia.
Michelle Windmoeller, a local cyclist, shares her passion for cycling. She also wants to encourage more women to get involved in the cycling community in Columbia through her weekly riding group, Rococo Rides, which begins in March.
The Tigers, who will face Arkansas, Centenary and Lindenwood on Friday, show their personalities through their "beam songs."
The Tigers scored 194.300 to defeat Lindenwood University and Centenary College of Louisiana. Arkansas finished first with 196.525.
In an effort to understand rising childhood obesity, researchers have developed a list of factors that influence nutrition and weight.
The March March parade livened up Ninth Street on Friday evening. Revelers donned costumes and danced down the street to celebrate the True/False Film Fest.
Many American corporations and wealthy individuals use complicated accounting tricks to take advantage of loopholes in the tax code, leaving the rest of us to pick up the tab. With serious budget challenges before us, now is the time to put these tax loopholes to rest.
During the month of March, the American Red Cross recognizes its volunteers, blood donors, class takers and financial supporters as "Everyday Heroes."
W. Arthur Mehrhoff, academic coordinator for the MU Museum of Art and Archaeology, discusses the 7 p.m. showing of "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe" on March 1. The film will be shown in 106 Pickard Hall in conjunction with the ninth annual Life Sciences and Society Symposium entitled "Claiming Kin."
Tubby tabby, Biscuit, is on a diet and in search of a home. The overweight cat is currently at a St. Louis-area shelter.
A Johns Hopkins University professor found that "sale-to-crime" rates have doubled since Missouri repealed its permit law.
The measure includes about $23 million from general state tax revenues, with much of the remainder coming from the federal government.
The famed free is set to vote on tuition fees. Since 1902, the school has not charged pupils fees.