Coverage shouldn't be limited to what is approved by Medicare and your insurance company.
Anheuser-Busch is receiving criticism for its cans that come in college colors. Universities such as MU have asked the company to pull the cans off the market since they target underage students.
Jobs, public transportation and crime are just three of the issues the next mayor should concentrate on.
With the different media outlets in Columbia, members of the community can still be showcased in the aftermath of "Pepper and Friends" being cancelled.
Sedalia School District's choice to remove band shirts reflecting evolution distort logic and categorize scientific theory with religion.
Bicyclists need to share the road without unnecessarily impeding traffic.
Mayor Darwin Hindman will leave with a legacy that includes contributions to economic development and the parks system.
Kennedy's death brings discussion to gubernatorial apointments and special elections. Do these processes uphold democracy?
Those who oppose health care reform don't understand a citizen's civic and moral duty to do what's best for the country as a whole. The lack of empathy springs from the breakup of families, the discontinuation of the military draft and the fact that some schools may not have civics classes anymore.
MSA President Jordan Paul details the efforts he and other student organizations made to help keep Reactor Field as a tailgating area.
This week, one of many Utahphobes I've met asserted that Utah has nothing to offer. So I decided it was time for a look at what underlies their state of aversion.
Nearly half the teams involved in this year's race also raced in the Tour de France.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development has forced a disproportionate amount of its $11.3 million in budget cuts upon the state's Division of Tourism. Cutting more than a third of the division's budget will reduce the state's ability to advertise itself and also to bring in crucial tourism dollars.
Representatives of Missouri's hotel industry estimate that 2,500 hotel workers would lose their jobs if the Department of Economic Development follows through with $7 million in proposed cuts to the Division of Tourism's budget. .
KOMU should not be motivated only by a quest for profits and is morally obligated to retain the community-oriented program "Pepper and Friends" because of the services that show provides to central Missouri.
'Cash for Clunkers' was a wonderful deal compared to the billions of dollars wasted on unnecessary weapons systems and in Iraq.
The city's budget shortfall is forcing the Columbia Police Department to consider new, more financially-viable policing strategies.
Lawmakers need to consider tort reform when reworking health care.
The government's track record doesn't make it too likely that health care reform will fare better than other agencies.
High overall enrollment led the university to reorganizing the bookstore, housing and class sections.