This Week's Best
Here are the most read stories this week...
Restructuring is still set to take effect July 1. Initial steps, including posting jobs, are on pause until next week. Read more
The health order and mask mandate for Columbia and Boone County is expected to expire May 12 based on current trends. Read more
"Now, I need to be the teacher that I needed, because where there are gaps, there are kids," says new grad Tyus Monroe. Read more
Victims of intimate partner violence are being overlooked in the argument over gun rights, advocates say. Read more
The former Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College defensive back committed to Missouri in January. Read more
Headliners include Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlile and a third act that has yet to be announced. Read more
The legislation represents the latest effort by lawmakers to make it clear that it is legal to teach the Bible, as a text. Read more
Ruby Bailey has served as executive editor of the Columbia Missourian for nearly three years. Read more
Nearly two centuries later, the Missouri legislature has formally declared that the Dred Scott decision was wrong. Read more
Judge Jeff Harris gave Regine McCracken the maximum sentence for causing the death of Randall Siddens in 2019. Read more
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