The midterm elections have come and gone, and Democrats took a beating at almost all levels of government. Voter turnout was especially low. So what's a reason for the lowest voter turnout this millennium? Millennials.
The problem with the state judge's ruling is that it has been interpreted as applying only to St. Louis.
Fall brings back cherished memories of family game nights, Thanksgiving dinners and preparation for Christmas.
In Boone County and beyond, the results of Tuesday's election point to the growing mistrust between the community and its government.
When students, minorities and citizens at large view all of the participants in the democratic process as untrustworthy and predatory instead of as public servants, we are in trouble.
Although life wasn't perfect before machines replaced the work of rural farmers, there is something to be said for local raw honey and line-dried laundry.
The fight against Ebola has become a political one with no winners.
Colorful advertisements are misleading the public about development fee increase.
Amendment 6 is the exception to columnist David Rosman's rule of not altering the state Constitution. It might not be a perfect bill, but a longer voting time is worth passing in Missouri.
Love and caring, not biology, is what holds a family together.
Chadwick's votes against causes she supported in her election campaign have drawn the ire of her constituents.
On Nov. 4, Columbia residents will decide if they want to raise their property taxes to pay for more police officers. While the officers won't come cheap, they are desperately needed and raising the property tax incrementally is the best way to do it.
There is no reason that a student cannot bring a Bible to school, as long as an atheist can bring Christopher Hitchens’ “God Is Not Great” on the same day.
The bounty of summer became the bounty of the holiday season as family members gathered to share stories and food — lots of food.
MU's blood drive is one of the top-giving blood drives in the country. But it's unwise for all members to be pressured to give, especially if they're sick.
Further moves to decriminalize marijuana in the city could cause confusion because of contradiction with federal and state laws.
Many people think the handling of Opus Development Co.'s downtown student housing project was bungled when the city didn't listen to petitioners about the development agreement. But that's not the only communication failure related to the project, and the city isn't the only entity to blame.
On the surface, Amendment 10 seems to be a good proposal, but looking closely, the amendment is worrisome for both parties.
In order to fix injustices early, participate in the voting process and address relevant community issues.
Breaking the so-called rules of language seems to be happening with more frequency. It would be much more effective if the rules were broken on purpose instead of misusing words out of ignorance.