The journalism industry is losing skilled reporters left and right because it can't afford to keep them, but the public can't afford to lose the benefits of journalism in the process.
America is degrading its people, and everything Americans do against gay people is against our founding fathers’ words.
Newspaper industry giants could find a lesson in staying power in the little guy's perspective.
Sports editor Greg Bowers and reporter Robby Lewis talk about Askren's athletic career.
Upon enactment of the Employee Free Choice Act, when a simple majority of the employees signs an authorization, union recognition is mandatory, thus making election by secret ballot unnecessary. But the right to vote by secret ballot has protected the individual voter for more than 100 years.
Sports editor Greg Bowers and reporter Luke Thompson talk about Missouri’s unexpected
victory over the defending national champions.
Learn how to easily grow and maintain paperwhite narcissus, bright and fragrant flowers that can bloom throughout winter.
This construction should be put in a group with other obsolete, politically correct constructions. There are gender battles worth fighting, but pronoun placement isn't one of them.
Whatever the worst is that we have to bear, it can be borne more easily with the love and support of family on hand to help us through.
A large divide between the main political parties leaves little optimism for progress in the peace process.
Jefferson City's move to all-syndicate radio is cause for fear at Columbia's KFRU.
The Columbia Missourian's managing editor, Jeanne Abbott, talks to KBIA’s Sean Powers about the economy’s impact on the news business.
There's a reason why 20 million people per day listen to Rush Limbaugh.
Skip Deming can be a little vague, but the position is his to lose at this point.
A complaint regarding Ann Coulter's voting eligibility in Connecticut was filed late last month. The source, who holds an unlikely place on the political spectrum, is seeking to expose her lies stemming from those nasty sound bites that have angered other critics already.
History shows that spending money won't help; what will help is lower taxes, removing regulation and eliminating government waste.
The laptop debate centers around whether senators would be paying attention to their laptops rather than the debate.
K12 reporter Joshua Nichol-Caddy talks to KBIA’s Sean Powers about the latest development on the search for Columbia’s next superintendent.
Heart of Missouri CASA appreciates the good work Thetas have done for abused and neglected children.
In light of all the press about the Obama family, it seems as though all of the other families are being forgotten and left under the radar.