Blunt discussed COVID-19 and mental health issues with MU leaders.
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The Kewpies picked up a historic win over their crosstown rivals, beating the Bruins on the court for the first time since 2013.
Parents need to have open discussions with their children about how to navigate various situations they could encounter.
Violent crime is the topic of a special legislative session that begins Monday. Some 70 protestors were at Columbia City Hall.
Missouri lawmakers return to the Capitol July 27 for a special legislative session to discuss laws related to violent crime.
Much is left to the discretion of business owners, though medical experts are firmly pro-mask.
I would add a word of thanks to the child care protection workers, who must visit homes where abuse may be present.
The Cultural Association of India hosted its fifth-annual India Day event, a blend of academia and celebration.
"It's the first time I've ever openly supported any kind of fee, any kind of tax in my career," said Gov. Mike Parson at the Missouri Community Betterment Awards Banquet.
As part of Women in Engineering Week, several engineers and campus members discussed how to avoid stress and burnout in the workplace.