Columbia police are looking for a young man suspected in a shooting in the central city Tuesday evening.
Barack Obama clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday, becoming the first black candidate to lead a major party into a campaign for the White House.
The investigation into whether Matt Blunt’s office violated Missouri’s public records laws has been extended until Aug. 29 because the attorney general’s appointed investigators recently sued to compel the governor to provide documents at no cost.
The plea came after the trial was interrupted when his brother-in-law allegedly tried to attack him.
Jay Nixon said he’s concerned Missourians will wrongly think they can get married in California and have it recognized in Missouri. He also said it doesn’t make sense to implement a ruling that might be overturned by California voters in November.
John Johnson’s daughter is the first female soldier from Missouri to die in Iraq and her death was ruled a suicide. Johnson is petitioning Congress to take a closer look because he says his daughter was attacked, raped and her body dumped in a tent, where a fire was started. “I could let it go, but then, someone will get away with murder,” he said.
The Missouri Department of Conservation is offering anglers across the state the chance to fish without a permit next weekend.
The increase is intended to improve the prospects of hiring a new qualified Water and Light director and to fill future openings.
The explosion put 9,000 servers offline, including the server for the MU student newspaper The Maneater.
Six school leaders retire from Columbia Public Schools.
A house fire at 409 N. Providence Road around 6:30 a.m. was caused by an electrical surge next to the house’s cabinets, a Fire Department release said.
Former Columbian Jessica Bender will return to her hometown Saturday to show a documentary at the Ragtag Cinema that has been six and a half years in the making.
The proposed tax-increment financing program aims to attract major development projects in downtown Columbia.
The 2008 Health Summit sponsored by Missouri Foundation for Health focused on the issue of sexual and domestic violence against women in Missouri.
The dispute between Google and Facebook reflects the fact that for Web companies, there is nothing casual about the business of Internet socializing: There’s too much money, maybe billions, at stake.
Amanda Miner, who had been on the substitute teacher list at Northwest Valley Middle School in House Springs, was accused of molesting a 16-year-old boy.
Some people go to Columbia’s annual Art in the Park for the handmade arts and crafts. Some people go to hear live music. This year, in celebration of the event’s 50th anniversary, organizers want to help the two groups circulate more.
The fire on North Providence caused about $5,000 damage.
The realignment of the high school districts sends students to high schools that are farther away and pushes the socio-economic gap in the community even higher.
A sixth superdelegate has chosen to support Barack Obama in his bid for nomination. Five others have not backed a candidate.