The homeowner knew the suspect and feared he would injure her, police said.
A phishing e-mail poses as the DoIT Help Desk to get student account passwords and other information.
While those who run for office are only human, they still need to think before they speak — and start focusing on real issues.
After a three-hour discussion of the appropriate use for land located on the northeast corner of Alfred Street and Old 63, City Council voted 5-2 in favor of rezoning the land for the use of a long-term acute care hospital on Monday night.
More than a year after property owner Jon Livingston first asked the City Council to rezone his property on Locust Street, the council voted unanimously to approve his request.
Bruins players battle through pain to defeat Moberly 2-0 in their last home game of the season.
Wentzville-Holt pitcher Tim Melville is the No. 2-ranked high school prospect.
Twins Stephanie and Jodie Schultz have enjoyed their freshmen seasons at Columbia College. The two have been playing softball together since they were young.
MU sophomore Mike Taylor, a member of the Mizzou Strength Club, will attempt to walk-on to the Missouri football team this fall, despite never having played organized football in his life.
Columbia’s unique new water park opened to the public Thursday. The “sprayground” at Stephens Lake Park, located at East Broadway and Old 63, features 7,000 square feet of water elements including water columns, geysers and bubblers. Development for the sprayground at Stephens Lake Park began in 2007.
Sam Masters dedicated himself to running after his father was murdered in March of 2005.
In Boone County, increases have not been as sharp as in other states, but registration has increased 5 or 6 percent here over the past four months compared to the numbers in 2004, said Boone County Clerk Wendy Noren.
William Lacy Clay, a Democrat from St. Louis, has signed on as a co-sponsor of a measure to eliminate federal penalties for possessing up to 100 grams of marijuana for personal use.
Adrian C. Gonzales, 28, is accused of threatening to shoot an employee at the Waffle House at Range Line Street and Vandiver Drive. His fiancee denies the accusations.
A Fulton woman died Monday after her Chevy Silverado crashed into the back of a tractor-trailer while traveling west on Interstate 70 approaching Providence Road.
Phyllis Chase, superintendent of Columbia Public Schools, said she will voluntarily cut her $200,340 salary, but has not said what the amount of that cut will be. The school board has been searching for ways to cut $10 million from the 2008-09 budget.
U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey and representatives from Mexico, Canada, China and Germany plan to sign a statement calling on nations to intensify international cooperation in the fight against methamphetamine.
Developed in 1996 at University Hospital by David Jimenez and Constance Barone, an endoscopic strip craniectomy requires a small incision in a baby’s skull to remove a strip of bone, creating room for the brain to grow and eliminating the buildup of pressure. In May 2007, Usiakimi Igbaseimokumo started preforming this technique and has taken over the research looking at the long-term effects on children treated by this method.
People are coming from as far as California to see Tony Bennett perform at the grand opening of the Missouri Theatre.
“Try Transit Day,” which will be held Thursday, is aimed at encouraging Columbia residents who have never used the city’s public transportation to try it.