Columbia Missourian sports editor Greg Bowers and reporters Kelly Nelson and Mark Levitt joined KBIA's Eric Durban on "The Beat" to discuss the story of an athlete who pushes the limits of human endurance.
Nobody said a word about my husband and me adopting a pit bull until we started telling people that I was pregnant. That’s when I realized just how easily people’s prejudices come into play, especially since pit bulls have been given a bad reputation.
Living through others makes it hard for one to function as an independent person.
Johnny Wright is out of jail on bond, with a court appearance scheduled for Dec. 11. Columbia police had been looking for him for more than two decades before he was arrested in September on a second-degree murder warrant in connection with the disappearance of Becky Doisy.
MU students are helping in their protest of coal use on campus and are bringing the university closer to being coal-free.
The Stupak Amendment is a controversial health care reform bill that could prevent private insurance companies from offering abortion coverage in the future, even though they currently do so.
We must educate ourselves and others to make the decisions that are best for society rather than allowing ourselves to be manipulated. We must take action to address the mess we face.
Missourian reporters and editors are taking an increasingly Web-centric focus for the newspaper.
The Stupak amendment to the House health care bill states that federal money cannot be used to pay for insurance plans that cover abortions not performed for medical reasons or in situations involving sexual assault.
Sesame Street is not only a childhood staple in the U.S., but the show is popular in many countries, such as South Africa, Brazil and Germany. However, the reach of this American show is sometimes at conflict with a country's culture.
Columbia Missourian reporters Roseann Moring and Tram Whitehurst joined KBIA's Eric Durban on "The Beat" to discuss the evolving community conversation.
The anti-Taser coalition is split as to what to do about the weapon, and being shocked sounds better to me than being clubbed.
Columbia Missourian reporters Elliot Njus and James Patrick Schmidt joined KBIA's Eric Durban on "The Beat" to discuss the process behind the tweets.
Columbia Missourian reporter Michelle Hagopian joined KBIA's Eric Durban on "The Beat" to discuss the latest findings.
You have a voice. It's time to start using it and participate before you hear about a new law passed and signed by the governor.
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer did not support House Resolution 3962. He should listen more to his constituents rather than the insurance industry.
Twitter helped the spread of incorrect information during the hostage scare in Jefferson City on Tuesday. What should or shouldn't media organizations do when it comes to using Twitter as a source for breaking news?
The health care reform bill that passed the U.S. House of Representatives would not allow federal subsidies for health insurance plans that cover elective abortions.
When Columbia's newest HyVee opened this week, the real news for local Minnesota transplants was the Caribou Coffee outlet that came along with it.