What's in a name? MU professor David Webber explores the possibilities for naming a course about the state of America, and how different names can change the meaning of the course and the questions it raises.
Being in love with a library is easy. They’re loyal. They never let you down. There’s always another book to read. Always.
Three members of the Missouri women's basketball team were recognized by the SEC on Tuesday for their achievements on the court, while a fourth player was honored for her community service.
The Tigers haven't played a game since last week's rankings were released because of the cancellation of the Missouri Breast Cancer Tournament.
Due to cold weather, Missouri is now scheduled to play a doubleheader against the Eastern Michigan beginning at 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Grass Roots Organizing opposes the sales tax because it will hurt the middle and lower classes, and the extra funding is unnecessary.
MU student Karen Miller explains how reading the newspaper can increase our knowledge of the world and turn our youth into better readers.
Obama's problem is Republicans, desperately trying to bring fiscal responsibility to our Congress, have not caved on his demand for even more new taxes.
Orr Street Studios is hosting Second Saturday For Kids on March 9. Marketing intern Katie Rapp discusses the theme and project opportunities.
Vice President Nicolas Maduro, surrounded by other government officials, announced the death in a national television broadcast. He said Chavez died at 4:25 p.m. local time.
No one testified in opposition to the proposal, but some county clerks say it will be expensive to implement.
A proposed constitutional amendment would let officials serve 16 years in the legislature.
Eric Griffin filed the lawsuit after being told his personal information would be saved in a digital format in the Department of Revenue's system.
Top stories from The Associated Press include news on the death of the Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, the Dow surging to a new record, Martha Stewart's day in court, and directional changes for China's government.
The Dow Jones industrial average reached a new high Tuesday at 14,253.77. The highest since hitting a low of 6,547.05 in 2009.
Report from the Department of Economic Development Tuesday, says that trade, transportation and utilities sector the had largest decline with a drop of 2,700 positions.
The bill would require legislative approval for any future motor vehicle, boat or aircraft purchases of more than $150,000.
Attorney Ed Murphy noted the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in December that the federal government is not automatically exempt from paying for damage caused by temporary flooding from its dams.
The St. Louis Airport Commission on Wednesday is expected to double the minimum price to park at Lambert's two primary garages.
The decision could have implications for thousands of families — not only in St. Louis, but also in Kansas City and any other district that loses state accreditation.