Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares her short story "20th Century Mythology — Woman Still the Root of Evil" with the Columbia Missourian.
The Regional Economic Development Inc. board members have voted to speak out against a proposed staff reduction at Columbia's mail processing center, citing the loss of jobs and reduced postal service.
Two teenagers who police say stole electronic devices from Columbia Public Library, a Joe Machens Mercedes dealership and a residence were arrested on Tuesday.
Connie Guy was an accomplished musician, writing most of her own music for the children's music program at the First Christian Church. She spent many years directing and organizing the church's annual Christmas pageant.
The Bruins' match against Rockhurst is postponed because of rain.
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The Royals have won four straight and six of seven to move three-games above .500 for the first time since May 12, 2011, when they were 20-17.
A statement Wednesday from the agency's Board of Governors notes that Congress has passed a spending bill that continues the long-time prohibition against reducing delivery days.
After being questioned by senators concerned about Missouri's new licensing process, state licensing officials remain reluctant to halt the practice.
The new border security requirements call for 100 percent surveillance and a 90 percent apprehension of border crossers or would-be crossers where the majority of unauthorized entries take place.
Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., who are among the most conservative members of their parties, boosted the chances that the Senate will agree to broaden required gun background checks
Pain is the top reason people see a doctor, and there's no way to quantify how bad it is other than what they say. A big quest in neuroscience is to find tests or scans that can help diagnose ailments with mental and physical components.
Paul R. Dorrough was a fixture in the 1980s and 1990s around Springfield, where he would set up his easel and paint local landscapes and buildings. Dorrough originals are displayed in many Springfield businesses.
Memories of economic days gone by were rekindled last week when David Stockman, Reagan's budget director, unleashed a scathing attack on years of decision-making by U.S. leaders, including his former boss.
It projects that the deficit for the 2014 budget year, which begins Oct. 1, would fall to $744 billion. That would be the lowest gap between spending and revenue since 2008.
Jake Westbrook led the Cardinals to a win against the Cincinnati Reds, 10-0, on Wednesday.
The proposal would redirect $57 million saved by trimming the tax credit to state health, mental health and social services that might benefit seniors and the disabled.
The museum and the historical society will receive the 2013 Missouri Humanities Award for Exemplary Community Achievement in the Humanities in Missouri.
The campuses are designed to help students complete their degrees sooner and land jobs in high-need fields.
The legislation endorsed Tuesday would impose tougher penalties on prisoners than the general public for the crime of second-degree sexual misconduct.