Taxpayer money should go to worthy investments, like children and pre-K programs.
Missouri should follow the examples of other states and choose cleaner fuel.
This week is national Sunshine Week, a time to ponder how average citizens can help keep the government accountable for its actions. Wake up and start giving a hoot.
Nuclear plants are essential in providing Missouri with consistent power and supplementing renewables like solar and wind power.
Columbia Missourian reporter Ben Magnuson talks about how some of the candidates have spent their campaign contributions.
Nowadays, what someone says may not always be what they mean. One has to watch out for contextual differences between phrases in order to understand today's political rhetoric.
Some stimulus money will be used to build a new bridge in Columbia, but does that change your opinion of the plan?
Tournament brings the sport to the international stage.
SB390 and HB792 would provide equal funding for private and public school students. Currently, the former receives an Access award worth $4,600, while the latter receives $2,150, in four-year institutions.
For months, members of the Coalition to Control Tasers have worked with the Columbia Police Department to implement new oversight guidelines.
Many among both baseball fans and taxpayers in America have felt betrayed in recent years by poor decision-making among the powerful to try to gain an unfair advantage.
Inconsistencies between the theater's Web site and other advertised prices should be cleared up.
As self-sufficiency and individualism gain momentum over larger national chains, MU Extension programs need to be ready to help guide local productions and markets.
The Coalition to Control Tasers says it wants the Columbia Police Department to adopt a strict policy on responsible use.
The Health Connection helps its customers in ways others wouldn't be able to do. The staff there knows the customers and their individual needs, and can assist in structuring an appropriate workout. The gym also helps fulfill University Hospital's "wellness" mission.
Loans can be extended under certain conditions to avoid financial problems.
On Monday, President Barack Obama repealed former President George W. Bush's 2001 executive order restricting federal funding on most forms of embryonic research. Interest groups say the new executive order will not end the fight in Missouri, however.
Avoiding the health care issues in this country has economic as well as health consequences. Without changes, companies aren't as competitive as they spend more and more on employees' health care coverage, and the overall economy isn't as prosperous.
In international relations, it's important to remember to focus on the commonalities between countries rather than the differences that separate.
Getting rid of those positions will save the district $1,603,250, but will remove specialized help for students.