No one — not the athletics director nor anyone else at the university — made meaningful attempts at investigating what might have happened between Jerry Sandusky and the boy.
If the Chiefs and Royals pursue naming rights contracts for their stadium, they should try to avoid long, uninteresting names.
The Tigers' move to the Southeastern Conference will come with changes, challenges and costs in the short-term.
The government should take action to bring more attention to the dangers of texting and driving.
After too many cases of cheating schemes in schools, it's time the U.S. Department of Education adopts a whistle-blowing protection system for school staff.
The FERC requirement could require removal of nearly 4,000 structures along Ozark Lake shoreline, which frustrates lake area property owners.
Some legislators have spoken of the harmful nature of term limits, which are said to cause problems including a lack of trust and experience in the legislature.
Proponents of the plan want to eliminate the tax source that brings in 65 percent of Missouri’s revenue.
Many American students find themselves stuck between the dream of earning a college degree and the reality of paying for that education. Rising tuition costs and reduced government support of higher education have forced many students to turn to student loans. The biggest problem is paying for those loans.
College graduates are ready to work, but they are consistently stymied by the significant loan debt they have accumulated. Congress is ignoring the issue, while President Obama is looking for solutions.
In the Share the Harvest program, hunters and meat processors donate venison to food banks to be distributed to needy Missouri families. About 6,100 deer were processed through the program during the 2010 hunting season, adding up to more than 350,000 pounds of meat.
The United States has the world's largest incarceration rate for many reasons. We should take a second look at some of them.
A judge will have to decide how to interpret the placement of a comma to determine whether or not Gov. Jay Nixon overstepped his constitutional boundaries.
The Cardinals made an improbable run to the playoffs, the World Series and a MLB championship in 2011.
Even though public pressure made the way for Joplin tornado hero, Mark Lindquist, to receive workers' compensation for his injuries, the insurance company could have denied his claim under Missouri law.
There is still talk between Iraqis and Americans about an ongoing military relationship and continued Iraqi training under U.S. or NATO auspices.
Despite popular belief, the farm sector isn't on the edge of catastrophe. Farm income is expected to reach $115 billion this year, a record for the industry.
Only a handful of Columbia voters will have the opportunity to vote on a sales tax that will affect anyone that shops or dines downtown.
Mark Lindquist put his life at risk to protect three residents at the group home he worked at the night of the Joplin tornado, May 22. The residents died and Lindquist was in a coma for seven weeks. His employer's insurance denied him workers' compensation at first, but now his medical expenses will be paid in full.
Jesus healed completely. He did not pay lip service with a tidbit here and a tidbit there. The homeless were not to be coddled all their lives. Christians in Columbia should share their time with others who are less fortunate.