We should be investing in bus and railway systems in order to make public transportation more efficient and minimize traffic on interstates.
Monir Shababi writes that overlooking the subject of obesity is contributing to people not seeking treatment.
Julia Williams said that people need to allow their children to enjoy their time as children and not force them to grow up too quickly
MU needs to support academia in the same way it supports its athletic programs.
Members of the Coalition to Save the University of Missouri Press voice their concerns over the new university press model.
An organization called Hunting Works for Missouri reports that hunters' annual spending is equal to more than half the total cash receipts for cattle and soy beans in the state — two of Missouri's most valuable commodities.
"Shame punishments" have no place in today's society because they "blur the line between justice and entertainment."
Occupy Missouri working to end the "the whole corporations-are-people-and-money-is-free-speech nonsense."
In an effort to hold local media stations accountable for truthful reporting and advertising, FlackCheck.org has created the "Stand by Your Ad" campaign that allows participation from citizens.
Members of the Boone County Democratic Central Committee say the values of Democratic Party or more balanced and just than those of the Republican Party.
A new online Social Security statement provides people with accurate estimates for retirement, survivor benefits and disability.
Attorney general candidate Ed Martin would be committed to serving Missouri veterans during his tenure in office.
As the war comes to a close, Americans must ensure their veterans receive the mental health care they need to reenter civilian life.
Columbia resident Linda Green feels the evidence in support of EEZs is scant and that their implementation in Columbia could lead to economic trouble.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton expresses his support for the concepts covered in the National Research Council's latest report.
In 2009, a 10-page report concluded that bolts securing Stephens College bridegs had been dissolved by ice melt, a similar issue facing the St. Louis Arch.
The Columbia community has always been kind to Special Olympics, and the city really rolled out the red carpet for this event.
The decision to close the press will have a long-term effect on the cultural climate at MU.
With the demise of the press in 2013, MU’s reputation as an academic university must be questioned and MU will establish an image as primarily a sports school.
A university that doesn't value astute thinking and literary craft and surrenders the chance to promulgate them is simply contributing — eagerly, in this case, it would seem — to the continued decline of the culture.