As state legislatures around the country get ready to debate bills, here is an analysis of a few bills proposed in Missouri, covering topics from protection for faith-based health care to eminent domain.
The best ethics reform would be to let the citizenry finance all campaign costs, but that's never going to happen.
Marching Mizzou was selfish for playing five songs at the end of the game before allowing the Midshipmen to play their revered alma mater.
"The Princess and the Frog" is packed with dazzling characters led by Princess Tiana.
Even if the security flaws that gave Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab a chance to blow up a plane on Christmas Day are fixed, lapses in security will always exist.
There's a growing number of open jobs in the Missouri allied health professions, but schools don't have the capacity to fill them.
The governor has already cut $600 million from a $23.7 billion state budget. With another $200 million in cuts looming, what do you think should be targeted?
A small group of high-profile individuals get to make the most important decisions about our community.
Legislation should be written as simply and concisely as possible without any hidden tricks or hastily passed provisions.
In the end, it was a great game and the Mizzou fans were great folks.
In this new decade, let's try to remember that "we the people" are ultimately responsible for our problems and finding solutions to them.
Most football programs know and respect each others' traditions.
MU won't eliminate coal use overnight, Chancellor Brady Deaton says, but the campus has made considerable steps in that direction.
New beginnings let us leave behind old ways and habits and look ahead to a fresh start.
Marching Mizzou prevented the Navy Drum and Bugle Corps members from playing their alma mater.
One critic of the cell phone industry says a pandemic of brain cancer is forthcoming. Studies show now link between phone usage and cancer, however.
The recession wasn't an outright depression. Jobs and home prices took a dive, but it seems as if the loss has lessened. And, now, as the new year starts, it's beginning to look a bit more optimistic.
The promises of the 2008 presidential and congressional campaigns for health care coverage for all Americans seem to have shifted to a "win" for the Democrats. Republicans seem to have no idea what they want.
The moniker “context-free” could easily be used to describe the entire past decade, or at least the way society is trending. Look no further than the ubiquitous end-of-the-year/decade lists and retrospects currently plaguing the Internet.