The Epilepsy Foundation sent out an advisory saying people diagnosed with epilepsy should avoid watching Disney's new movie, "Incredibles 2.
Pelema Morrice has accepted an offer to become president of Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, starting in August.
The former MU football coach still remembers most of the games and the glory, but the details are now foggy.
A recent study from MU recommends journalists write about historical and cultural factors that impact health, rather than focusing on personal choices.
Ramchand is the dean of the C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston and will become MU's new provost on Aug.
Lena worked at University Hospital for 45 years, retiring from her position as a sterilizing tech.
George Joseph Hage moved to Columbia in 2005, and volunteered at Woodhaven and the food bank.
The Aug. 7 primaries could have major implications for the future of unions in Missouri.
Brother of Mac Payne, killed in 2017, criticizes plea deals: 'Somebody's dead, and the due process wasn't allowed to take place.
In the old days, you could hear the horses hauling wagons laden with tents and good-smelling foods, carrying artisans, performers and animals to the long-awaited exhibition of everything the Green Mountain State had to offer. Vermonters and others still count down the days to the Vermont State Fair, and the four days of festivities planned Aug. 14-18 guarantee a bounty 
ATHENS, Greece (AP) Greece's government borrowing costs have dropped and the stock market is rallying on news that the country's creditors have agreed to debt relief measures that pave the way for an end to the nation's eight-year bailout
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) Asian stocks were mixed Friday as investors were still wary over trade disputes between China and the U.S. as well as between the U.
It is time for an end to British collusion in what is already the world's worst humanitarian catastrophe, write 13 parliamentarians, trade unionists and others. The news that Saudi-backed government forces have begun an assault on the key Yemeni port of Hodeidah (Report, 19 June) is threatening disaster for the region and for the 8 million people in the war-torn country that are at risk of starvation. Saudi forces have launched this attack with the backing of the coalition, which is supported by the US and Britain.
The Turkish president is a dictator in all but name. Turkish voters should kick him out. The prospect of a triumphantly re-elected Recep Tayyip Erdogan armed with sweeping new presidential powers is deeply alarming to many Turks, but it is also a scary prospect for the international community.
On June 7 and 8, 2018, Kelly Wallis, Director of Boone County Community Services Department, and Scott Clardy, Assistant Director of Columbia/Boone County Department of Health and Human Services, participated in the National Association of County's first-ever Health Equity Peer Exchange in Jefferson County, KY. The Health Equity Peer Exchange was an opportunity to learn more about the root causes of health inequity and strategies to combat them, exemplified by the award-winning health equity work being implemented in Jefferson County, KY. Though great strides have been made in the study and understanding of health disparities, meaningful gaps in both quality of life and life expectancy persist for many underserved groups in the US, including Boone County, MO.
. COLUMBIA - A Supreme Court ruling that allows states to charge online retailers sales tax has Columbia businesses rejoicing. On Thursday, the Court ruled states now have the power to force Internet retailers to pay sales tax in states where they don't have a physical presence, overruling their own decision in the 1992 case Quill Corporation v.
The Trump administration's justification for adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census just got a whole lot shakier.
All the major tech companies offer parental controls Apple is the latest. For parents, making the best of them can be tricky.
Dawes, "Passwords" (HUB Records)
All eyes were on her.
'The desert has long been an enigma to us locals'
Anne Marie Lardeau's 5-year quest is paying off with the first ever recorded spring sighting of Western monarch butterflies laying eggs in the Nevada city.
Kathy McVay plans to attend a future Phillies game -- but only if she can sit in the nosebleed section.
Rachel Martin talks to Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions on how religion has influenced public policy in America.
Copyright © 2017 Taxonometrics, Inc. All rights reserved.
This Daily Briefing was sent to email@example.com
You've received it because you, or someone on your behalf,
registered you on 01/01/1900 at https://taxonometrics.me/signup/
To unsubscribe from this list click here UNSUBSCRIBE
To send us feedback click here FEEDBACK
Our physical mailing address is:
204 West 92nd St., Suite #2R
New York, NY 10025