Maj. K. Kendall Mathews writes about losing selfishness and reconnecting with people from the past.
Former President Jimmy Carter's adviser on Middle East affairs discussed previous strategies to solve and the current state of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
As Hickman High School celebrates the 100th anniversary of its mascot, one die-hard alumnus of the school, Charley Blackmore, keeps cheering on his Kewpies and serving the community by sharing his time and vast music collection.
Father Vitale speaks at MU of terrorism, torture and war.
Republicans say the amendment, which passed the house in a 115-43 vote, gives pharmacies the freedom to choose the products they stock. Democrats call it an attempt to control womens' bodies.
Brian Coley began in the restaurant business at age 14, washing dishes. Now, the 23-year-old graduate of the MU hotel and restaurant management program is running his own place, Coley's American Bistro, in downtown Columbia.
A new survey by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life found the reasons for switching religions are often tied to childhood faith.
The Missouri Health Department tested about two dozen people with flu-like symptoms, and none proved to have swine flu. Health officials are further preparing as more cases surface elsewhere.
The deputy health minister of Israel calls for renaming the swine flu the "Mexican flu," saying the reference to pigs is offensive to Jews and Muslims.
Here are questions and answers regarding the spread, prevention and treatment of swine flu.
Contemporary services and blended services, combining old and new worship styles, have been introduced in local churches to allow congregation members to choose which style best suits their spiritual side.
Mexico's government is still not sure how many deaths can be directly atributed to swine flu.
The World Health Organization raised its alert level on swine flu, categorizing it as a disease easily spread through human to human contact. Officials from countries around the world are unveiling their plans to help prevent outbreaks of the disease in their respective countries.
While urging calm, government agencies are taking steps to prevent the spread of swine flu, including discouraging travel to Mexico.
Dustin Lance Black, who won an Academy Award for best original screenplay for "Milk," spoke at MU Sunday.
The Bluffs nursing home is going to build a new wing that will utilize state of the art technology including GPS and weight-loaded floor sensors to manage and care for Alzheimer's patients.
First Presbyterian Church welcomed the Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow, the U.S. Moderator of the 218th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, to discuss change in the Presbyterian denomination.
Missouri officials have requested the state's share of anti-flu medicine and masks from the federal government.
Confirmed cases of the swine flu rose to 20 by Sunday afternoon from eight on Saturday morning. An expert on global flu outbreaks, Michael Osterholm, is unsure if the swine flu is going to die out over the span of a week or the beginning of a pandemic.
The Labor Department plans to propose new rules that would protect workers from diacetyl, a chemical used to flavor popcorn, which has been causing severe lung disease as well as other repiratory illnesses.