Stormwater flow creates levels of problems for Hinkson Creek.
Columbia Missourian education editor Liz Brixey and reporter Hayley Tsukayama take a look at Chris Belcher's early days in office in audio interview.
The Nobel Foundation probably jumped the gun in awarding the Peace Prize to President Barack Obama, but, maybe it's a sign that other hard-sought goals could be accommodated on a short track, too.
Public opinion is what brought the Korean and Vietnam wars to an end, and this might happen with the war in Afghanistan. Our president and those in Congress who support this war might be looking for new jobs if they go against public opinion.
President Barack Obama has called for the repeal of "Don't ask, don't tell," a policy that allows homosexuals to serve in the military as long as they don't disclose their sexual orientation. Now under increasing pressure to act, Congress might be gearing up to tackle the issue.
Membership in the League of Women Voters had no bearing on the decision to file the petition.
College athletics have been plagued by scandal and misconduct, but returning to a focus on integrity and freshman academics could bring order back to the field.
The city plans to replace two deteriorating bridges along the MKT Trail, largely using money from a park sales tax designed to fund such projects. Do you think the city is handling this issue well?
Why did Nixon hire a consultant to secure stimulus funds for rural Internet? Because there's a clear need for expanded broadband access in Missouri, and the consultant's proven he can get the job done.
The Nobel Peace Prize has traditionally been awarded for the winner’s accomplishments, though in this case it seemed to be based more on President Obama’s potential to influence world events. He took office 12 days before the Nobel committee's nomination deadline in February.
We're easily distracted and because of this, many opportunities to create change have passed by.
A new petition is circulating that aims to put an initiative to allow early voting on the November 2010 ballot. If the initiative passes, voters would be allowed to vote before Election Day.
Suicide is a delicate issue —but one that will continue to be reported on. The Missourian's policy on running suicides, which was put in place long ago, comes down to the public element.
Imagine the roads this nation and the world could have taken if someone else were credited with discovering North America. The possibilities are endless.
Some countries are more prepared, or even over-prepared, to deal with the H1N1 virus than some of their third world counterparts. Many people are concerned that vaccine supplies will not be adequate.
For business reasons, Major League Baseball should switch to one-game playoffs decided tennis-style, in which the first team to outscore their opponent in five total innings wins the game.
The Tiger Hotel, the Heibel-March building and the YouZeum are all historic. Unfortunately, it looks like two of the three may also become history.
An investigation done by a reporter for The New York Times shows that testing for E. coli can be lax — and little is being done about it.
With Catholic hospitals providing such a large percentage of medical care, the voice of the Catholic Church should be heard in the health care debate.