JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri residents now have an upgraded tool to find registered sex offenders in their area. The governor unveiled a more comprehensive online sex-offender registry Monday. The changes, passed by the legislature, include more descriptive information about the offenders and the offenses.
ST. LOUIS — Pitching to Albert Pujols, chasing Christy Mathewson, and Smudgegate.
ST. LOUIS — David Eckstein, the little engine that drives the St. Louis Cardinals, is in need of a tuneup.
Brian Smith, Missouri’s senior defensive end who is three sacks short of the Big 12 Conference record for career sacks, was lost for 6 to 8 weeks with a fractured right hip. He will miss the rest of the regular season, but he might be back in time for the team’s bowl game.
In the art world, an exhibit’s importance can be gauged, in part, by its travel.
Vicki Pinkel plays a critical role for the MU football team.
The Columbia Public School District recently admitted six severely mentally ill kindergartners, one of whom has already tried to take his own life five times, said Lynn Barnett, assistant superintendent for student support services.
A Kentucky man sentenced in federal court Monday for his involvement in a plan to distribute methamphetamine in Callaway County also had a plan for getting rid of the contraband: He stuffed it into a rocket that could be shot from the trunk of his car.
As the players walked back onto the field for overtime Monday, something changed.
Kallie Carmichael left a lot in New Sharon, Iowa.
Flu shots from Columbia/Boone County Health Department will cost five dollars more than last year, and because of limited supplies they will be available only to residents of Boone County between the ages of 4 and 50 with chronic health conditions and those over 50, according to health officials.
One of the owner/operators of the VIP Sauna was given five years of probation Monday for second-degree promoting prostitution.
A 30-year-old Columbia man facing a murder charge in the beating death of Carlos Kelly pleaded guilty to first-degree drug trafficking Monday in the 13th Circuit Court.
The former pastor of a Columbia church pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of second-degree statutory sodomy and second-degree statutory rape in the 13th Circuit Court.
Commuters driving on West Rollins Road on Friday morning may have noticed more cars than usual in front of Russell Boulevard Elementary School. Cars spilled from Russell’s parking lots and lined the streets in both directions.
A Columbia man pleaded not guilty Monday in the 13th Circuit Court to a charge of sexual assault.
The first time the actor Robert Loggia met the acting coach Stella Adler, he got to touch her, well, breast.
Ever since Academic Hall burned down in 1892, leaving nothing behind except six main columns, the area around Francis Quadrangle has been steeped in Mizzou tradition and local legends. According to tradition, students walking under the Journalism School archway should lower their voices to a whisper. The tale is that two students once failed a class after the dean of the school overheard them talking about cheating on a test.
In 1996, Patrick Crabtree directed a straight-to-video martial arts movie about a divorce attorney who is kidnapped and tortured. Filmed in two weeks in St. Louis, “Death Kick” had a $75,000 budget.
All of the professional steps Jeff Harris has taken in the past 20 years appear to fit together seamlessly.