Democrats are out of line for calling Republicans racist and homophobic for opposing certain legislation.
Missourian columnist George Kennedy asked last week whether Sen. Kurt Schaefer was playing politics or policy. Maybe the question should be: Should Schaefer's actions be considered juvenile and conspiratorial?
The Bruins' 2-1 overtime win Wednesday night was the first annual Anna Alioto Memorial Classic, dedicated to former Bruins standout Anna Alioto, who drowned last fall at Northern Michigan University.
Missouri scored 22 runs on 31 hits in a doubleheader Wednesday against Western Illinois. Missouri won the first game 10-5 and the second game 12-4.
The Bruins' Alex Jones lost at No. 1 in singles but responded with a victory in his doubles match.
Nicholas Aaron Harbour was born on Dec. 12, 1988, in Columbia
The fire damaged the stove, range hood, walls surrounding the stove and two kitchen cabinets.
Thomas A. Hudson died Tuesday, April 30, 2013. He was 84.
The MU Panhellenic Association presented the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation $20,000 on Tuesday.
Nicholas Aaron Harbour, 24, of Columbia passed away on Tuesday, April 30, 2013.
Thomas A. Hudson retired from the Columbia Police Department as a captain after 29 years of service.
Gov. Jay Nixon visited Rock Bridge Memorial State Park to praise the program, which is accepting applications for summer jobs.
A reader asked why roads are narrower in certain areas and why parking spaces can be smaller than others, and we answered.
The Kansas City Royals rallied from an early five-run hole to beat the Tampa Bay Rays 9-8.
The State Highway Patrol revealed last month that it had obtained a list of concealed weapons permit holders.
Blues beat the Kings, 2-1, in series opener Tuesday.
In a tweet Wednesday morning, the police department said only that three more suspects are in custody and more details will follow.
Organizers of a workshop held in Columbia on Tuesday said that hospitality workers are particularly valuable in recognizing possible warning signs of abuse.
Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray is among 13 rookie free agents to have signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. The rookie free agents will join the Chiefs' eight-member draft class for a three-day minicamp beginning on May 10.
The bill lets the Federal Aviation Administration transfer around as much as $253 million to prevent staffing reductions.