When considering the four-day school week, questions arise about what kids would do on their days off and whether it's fair to taxpayers.
All it takes is a few clicks and the Central Missouri Humane Society could be closer to winning a shelter makeover from the Web site Zootoo.com.
By writing in support of a second AmerenUE nuclear plant, Mayor Darwin Hindman smartly opened needed discussion regarding nuclear power in mid-Missouri without specifically committingColumbia to a particular action.
One of the great minds of the movie industry has posed this question: "Why aren't movies better these days?" One answer is that people are only paying to see sensational, explosive flicks based on comics books instead of supporting more original films.
K-12 Editor Liz Brixey talks about Belcher's background as superintendent of the Kearney School District.
Meals on Wheels was able to deliver 2,390 lunches as part of the fundraiser.
As many Americans find themselves jobless or in financial trouble, they can use this time of economic crisis to reach out to others and acquire new skills for life.
As the race for the next superintendent of Columbia Public Schools was coming to a close, K-12 reporters Amanda Branco and Joshua Nichol-Caddy offer an update on the selection process.
Jerome F. Dunn, 21, was arrested by a Boone County Sheriff's deputy after a search of his home revealed stolen property, according to a news release from the Boone County Sheriff's Department.
The faith-based Long Spoons Coalition helps to reinforce the community's interests in the state budget process.
This week, we also ask you to weigh in on the stimulus package, an increase in gun sales and the success of the Missouri men's basketball team.
The two words — open government — don't always go together. Fight for transparency with the new schools superintendent and new police chief.
The collision of two nuclear submarines, one French and one British, earlier this month is a reminder that nuclear weapons are still around, despite the attempts to reduce their prevalence.
American citizens could help Obama by speaking up to Congress.
Bad news for MU employees abounds as benefits cuts exacerbate an already frustrating financial situation.
Examining the truth behind the Fair Tax Act and MoDOT's tax plans shows schemes to take residents' money.
Ameren customers shouldn't be forced to bear the burden of financing a new nuclear power plant, which wouldn't provide energy for 10 to 20 years or more. CWIP provisions will hurt Missouri's economy.
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.