The task force decided, by consensus, to launch its work by bringing to the Sept. 11 meeting proposed research questions that will be organized and prioritized for attention.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster said House Bill 253 could give taxpayers refunds going back three years.
Becking's talk was the focus of the Stephens College annual Academic Opening Convocation.
Crop and livestock production might be affected, but not as severely as during last year's drought.
A long series of tax and public policy decisions has created an America that values wealth far more than work.
Suspect arrested Wednesday on suspicion of first-degree sodomy was registered sex offender in Nevada.
Ben Loeb, Rock Bridge High School's girls head tennis coach, has created a successful program by focusing on the mental part of the game.
The Rock Bridge softball team was defeated by Ozark High School 2-1 on Thursday night. The loss was its first of the season.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon calls a state income tax cut plan a "reckless experiment," while Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who was in the St. Louis area Thursday, called Missouri's tax policy "onerous."
Three Columbia seniors get together Tuesday to play pool at the Columbia Senior Center.
Lisa Michelle Koopmeiners of Columbia died Wednesday Aug. 28. She was 42 years old.
SafeTrek, a smartphone app created by three MU students, would supplement conventional 911 dispatcher services.
The Justice Department said Thursday that states can let people use the drug and license people to grow it — as long as it is kept away from kids, the black market and federal property.
The Army said Thursday that a soldier was found dead in a bathroom early Thursday morning.
We wanted Ellis Fischel simply because of the team approach they had. This included Advance Practice Nurses. We would rethink that decision now given the current circumstances.
In Columbia, workers at McDonald's, Taco Bell and Burger King will be part of the strike.
The warning label will begin appearing on Extra Strength Tylenol bottles in the U.S. in October and on most other Tylenol bottles in coming months.
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said that using intense therapy to try to change a minor's sexual orientation seemed dangerous and that lawmakers showed good reasoning for banning the therapy.
Workers protested in about 60 cities nationwide, calling for the right to unionize without employer interference and pay of $15 an hour.
Tiger Kickoff includes preview coverage of the Tigers' home opener against Murray State.