A properly planned sustainability program would focus emerging community efforts on reducing energy and resource use, as well as on generating less waste.
Did City Council want to show off the painted GetAbout Columbia paths and love of a parkway, or did it want to create a workable street where cars and bikes and residents can coexist in harmony? If it was the latter, it has certainly failed miserably.
President Obama is the commander in chief of the United States, but he's not its only leader. All citizens have a responsibility to keep themselves informed and stay active in order to lead the country toward a better future.
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.
Changing the law to allow motorcycle riders over the age of 21 to ride without a helmet is a step backward.
The kindness shown to a young, financially struggling couple by the owners of G&D Steakhouse is still alive after more than 30 years.
No state or individual should have a right to kill anyone. Gov. Jay Nixon should commute Dennis Skillicorn's death sentence.
In the midst of a budget crunch, Missouri lawmakers have bigger things to worry about than changing the state Constitution to disenfranchise thousands of voters. The rights of all citizens should be protected, not just those with state IDs.
A proposed amendment would weaken Missouri's judicial selection process by inserting party politics.
A class project for journalist Ben Poston, investigating the possible wrongful conviction of Josh Kezer, finally came to a conclusion almost two years after he graduated from MU when Kezer was exonerated by a Cole County judge. Poston published an article in 2007 that broke the news that the case had been reopened after 14 years. It also highlighted new witnesses and evidence not presented at the original trial.
Sheila Walker, a guest lecturer at MU on Friday, conducted two years of ethnographic research in Los Angeles County on how African-American girls form their identity.
Utility companies are getting their way despite economic downturn.
Margaret Bauer, an alumnae of the Missouri Scholars Academy, disagreed with columnist Katy Steinmetz's opinions on the program. Bauer believes MSA exposes its participants to various opportunities by creating a fun environment.
The hospitals have agreed to tax themselves $52.5 million and use that money as the match to draw more than $90 million of federal funds to Missouri.
If the status quo were a viable option, this might not be a difficult choice — but Missouri’s ever-increasing power needs must be met.
A referendum for adding "gender identity and expression" to the non-discrimination policy at MU is set for April 6-8. Include Me MU is also meeting with individual schools within the university since each school each hasthe right to implement further policies for themselves.
Nuclear plants are essential in providing Missouri with consistent power and supplementing renewables like solar and wind power.
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.