Raindrops on roses, whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and ... the New York Mercantile Exchange? Why the NYMEX is now, in a time when all things Wall Street have a bad rap, one of my favorite things.
What qualities in candidates should the Columbia School Board consider in choosing a replacement for Tippin?
U.S. media take no notice as the director of an independent Cuban news agency is sent to prison for three years and the Comittee to Protect Journalists reports that 22 journalists are in prison on the island.
On Memorial Day, North Korea detonated a nuclear device. Here, four journalists discuss the United Nation's reaction to the nuclear test.
Anti-abortion activists aren't looking at the whole issue and often neglect to focus on alternatives to abortion.
The show has spent years educating and entertaining the community. Please help keep it on the air.
City officials are split on whether GetAbout Columbia is spending enough of the federal grant money on infrastructure.
For five years, Bill Ferguson has been fighting for his son's freedom. Ryan Ferguson was convicted in 2005 in the murder of Kent Heitholt, the sports editor at the Columbia Daily Tribune.
Throughout history, the U.S. population has acquired a distrust toward "Them," any outsiders that American citizens would consider the nation's enemy. This distrust has grown so blind that we often forget just how many enemies actually lie within our own borders.
If the City Council approves admission fees, Columbia taxpayers should not subsidize this private-for-profit event.
On this session's last day, the General Assembly passed the economic development bill, which includes a few paragraphs regulating transportation development districts. Gov. Jay Nixon is expected to sign the bill into law.
During the summer, Columbia might seem like a dull town to some, but the city in fact hosts a wealth of films, festivals and concerts.
Particularly cruel murderers should be able to receive the death penalty, when judges and juries deem it just.
Eliminating positions and leaving others unfilled could save the UM System more than $2 million. But is it the best way to deal with a declining operating budget and revenues?
Text messaging isn't the only problem. Talking on the phone, applying makeup and drinking coffee take a driver's attention away from where it should be: the road.
More people than ever are applying for graduate schools in the face of a tough economy. But with more people earning advanced degrees, the job market is becoming flooded with "overqualified" workers. Is the deflated economy a good opportunity to pursue a advanced degree?
The media needs to be thoughtful about when and how emergency recordings are used. Using them for scream-value alone is to risk a valuable means of protecting public safety and endanger the privacy of victims for something that often looks like an inane attempt to turn the news into "24."
The holiday was first begun to honor those who died in the Civil War. Today, we celebrate the brave soldiers who protect the peace at home and overseas.
Are the characterstics and qualities of a great city different for ethnic minority residents?
Many of the people who have appeared on "Pepper and Friends" over the past 27 years have been more then interview subjects. And they have been a variety of characters. "We run the gamut, I think, in local community television," co-host James Mouser said.