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More than 200 employers will recruit at MU's business career fair on Thursday, a record number. [Read More]
To obtain a cosmetology license, stylists must complete 1,500 hours of training, which can cost around $16,000. Missouri is one of 13 states that requires... [Read More]
The Classic Story On Stage" will stop in Columbia for one night on Nov. 27. [Read More]
Anderson's uncle taught him how to play football on the PlayStation. [Read More]
MU's fall 2017 enrollment numbers for both freshmen and total number of students are higher than anticipated but still down from 2016. MU administration's recruitment... [Read More]
Is Missouri really "outpacing the nation" in jobs? We wanted to find out. [Read More]
The goal of "Race and the American Story" is to create more thoughtful and aware students regarding race. The one-credit course, which will be offered... [Read More]
More than 200 people are dead and an estimated 44 buildings leveled after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit just southeast of Mexico City on Tuesday... [Read More]
Sports columnist Ben Frederickson sits down for a Q&A with Mizzou's AD... [Read More]
The Chamber of Commerce event is Thursday. You can drop off your gently used business attire at two locations in Columbia. [Read More]
The Satanic Temple says Missouri's anti-abortion position goes against its religious beliefs. [Read More]
The MU Dairy Club holds an event with Baloo and Mowgli, two calfs from the Foremost Dairy Research Center, on Wednesday at Speaker's Circle. The... [Read More]
The victims and the suspect know each other, according to a sheriff's department news release. [Read More]
Death notice for Pumma Sing. [Read More]
The suspect and the victim were seen arguing earlier the night of the shooting, police said. [Read More]
There are times when you, my favorite reader, think I am quite "out there" arguing for First Amendment rights as it concerns freedom of liberal... [Read More]
Talking about race and racism isn't rude — it is a necessity in a country where racial divisions are deepening. [Read More]
Does Trump want to govern the country or perpetuate a cycle of tweets and tantrums that capture TV ratings but make little impact on how... [Read More]
Prisoners nearing their release dates tell how the faith-based outreach program changed their lives. [Read More]
Inmates paint a caboose on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017 in Booneville, Missouri as a part of a service program. The inmates are volunteers from the... [Read More]