In four months, Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus has gone from an unknown disease to the most talked about swine disease other than PRRS virus.
Michael Warner and Reagan Hubbard put together game tables for the upcoming Mid Mo FIRST Robotics Lego League competition in Camdenton.
Perhaps the fragile nature of the rose (and the plant on which it is borne) is a part of its mystique. In other words, if roses were easy to grow they might not be as popular among gardeners.
Mold, mildew and dry rot can create long-term problems for your home and health. Before replacing drywall and floor coverings, make sure building materials have had enough time to dry out.
Research has shown that there is little evidence of health risk and there is actually evidence of health benefits for adults consuming three or four cups of coffee per day.
Oaks are one of the most important and abundant hardwood trees in Missouri’s forests. Besides producing high-quality wood products, oaks provides important sources of food and cover for wildlife.
Join us for the Osher at Mizzou 2014 Winter Session. Osher at Mizzou delivers courses designed to complement the interests, concerns and lifestyles of the over-50 adult. Classes start Jan. 21.
As children become teenagers, parents may wonder what happened to the children who once shared information freely. Some parents may also be concerned when teens want to spend more time away from family.
Simple safety tips can help you prevent criminals from filling their Christmas stockings with your goodies this holiday season. Watch the video. Listen to the audio.
Theater helps us understand life. And few life experiences match the emotional complexities of breast cancer, which affects one of every eight women in the U.S. Watch the video and listen to the audio.
Floyd Henson, left, owner of Henson Enterprises, and Willis Mushrush, business development specialist, examine one of the precision parts the company produces. Watch the video. Listen to the audio.
Unless they look that way because of food coloring, you generally want to steer clear of green eggs and ham.
Missouri got a chilly December gift from Canada after a November that continued a below-normal trend for 2013. Listen to the audio.
Something about cold weather makes us long for a warm meal waiting for us as we come in the door at night.
Crop pests of the past that may be big problems in 2014 will be featured in update sessions during the MU Crop Management Conference, Dec. 17-18 in Columbia.
If you watch TV news programs, read newspapers/magazines, are on Facebook, or talk to friends and family that are even slightly interested in politics, then chances are you've been hearing about the Affordable Care Act.
Eight wineries work together to bring wine-tasting tourists to their region just north of Kansas City. Watch the video. Listen to the audio.
Run, hide or fight.
With a little planning, you can gobble 'til you wobble this Thanksgiving without breaking your budget.
We present a list to help you maintain your houseplants and other miscellaneous chores around the yard.
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