We can expect changes in schools, libraries and self-driving cars, but we can't always predict the consequences
Twitter and Facebook posts are the latest bumper crops as farmers look to the future
Scientists disagree over the probability of a repeat of the catastrophic Missouri earthquakes of 1811 and 1812
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Don’t freak out about the federal form for student aid
Let's look at how we got into this financial mess, but more importantly, how you can get out of it
For the people in the restaurant business, a confidential culture of drug use has become part of many kitchens across the U.S. including ones that are local
It normally sounds scary, but debt isn’t always a bad thing. Learn which types you should keep in mind when financing your future — and which types to avoid
With ventures like Silverball and the Arcade at Columbia Mall, Parks is gaming his way all the way to the bank
One shooter left four people dead 28 years ago. The town has moved on. It's evidence of the countless ways people overcome the unseen scars of tragedy.
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How an international first aid program is provoking a response to a crisis
Columbia's premiere musical festival returns with new ownership and local talent.
Even with all of the big names, many of this year’s performers hail from mid-Missouri
Twelve years later, Roots N Blues has grown from a barbecue to a festival with thousands of attendants, and the new owners plan to continue elevating the experience.
The husband and wife duo express and explain their love, adventure and real life struggles through their music.
The iconic folk artist unravels the chaos of ordinary life through her music
Moments from the banks of the Missouri, Mississippi and Current rivers
New technology means that traditional archiving methods are becoming obsolete. Now that we’re in the digital age, how do we record — and keep from losing — the artifacts of today?
Serving a fourth term as a chair on the Dairy Farmers for America board, Calvin defends her position as a female leader in a male-dominated industry