There's still time, but the clock is ticking on legislators to enact tax cuts.
The failure to expand Medicaid has left 300,000 Missouri residents unable to afford health insurance.
Gov. Jay Nixon got a close look at Joplin in the aftermath of the 2011 tornado, and that's where he recognized Lane Roberts' leadership qualities.
The 2,000-square-foot Cape Girardeau History Center at 102 High St. began its new life in the former Andrew Jackson Bridal Co. building with an exhibit titled "Spring Into History."
By infusing abortion politics into what was a bipartisan bill, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has created a multi-car pileup so huge that even Republican senators despair anything can get done.
His intelligence and knowledge allow him to take on many jobs and excel at all. He has a phenomenal memory and recall, which are vital in any task. He has real compassion for people and strives to improve their lives.
A group of Missouri legislators is continuing a determined effort to bar undocumented immigrant students from making Missouri a better place by limiting their access to higher education.
Racism is in everything from what you think when you see someone different from you to how you interact with people. It is in my classrooms. It was in my dorms. It is part of my life and stays on my mind from sun-up to sundown.
We can look to the administration to change some policies — harsher penalties for harassment, for instance — but we have to look to each other for the subtler changes.
Matters of inclusiveness and safety affect everyone on campus, due to reasons as insignificant as a person’s gender, sexual orientation or religion.
If you want to grow into the best possible version of yourself, learn about other people and issues that are bigger than you.
State law should open the collective bargaining process between government and unions because the public pays for, and depends on, the policies set in these meetings.
Politics is a blood sport. It shouldn't be. What if we all said we're not going to take it anymore?
A UCLA study found that in Missouri, 14.3 percent of black students in elementary school were suspended at least once in the 2011-12 school year compared to 1.8 percent of white children. The 12.5 percent disparity is twice the national average.
Government business is the people's business, and there should be only rare circumstances when government information cannot be public.
At a forum Tuesday night, MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin urged patience and "systematic, persistent" efforts to change. The students made it clear that their patience has been exhausted.
A Missouri House of Representatives bill would prohibit colleges and universities from enforcing policies that deny benefits to student organizations that require members to adhere to certain beliefs.
In this letter supporting Jerry Kennett for Boone Hospital trustee, he is described as a caring, capable physician and citizen.
Fully one in five consumers have an error in at least one of their three major credit reports, according to a 2013 Federal Trade Commission study.
President Obama in February asked Congress to approve an Authorization for Use of Military Force against the fanatical and bloodthirsty group that has scored significant military victories, and the administration insists that a new authorization is a priority.