The 1139th Military Police Company of the Missouri National Guard helps the devastated town in Louisiana
Drilling in the river will help geology crews make decisions about the foundation and footing of the bridge.
The Republican National Coalition for Life event, held during the Republican National Convention, went off smoothly despite vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin's absence.
The body of an 11-day-old girl was disinterred from a Fulton cemetery Tuesday after the girl's family raised concerns that her gravesite might not actually contain her body.
City Council discussed amendments that would use funds to soften a proposed bus fare increase and provide a continuation of the Paquin Tower recreation program at its final work session for the 2009 fiscal budget.
The Republican gubernatorial candidate hopes to convince people to teach math and science with gradually increasing annual bonuses.
The Boone County medical examiner's office ruled the death of 53-year-old Columbia resident Helen Sanders a homicide in its final autopsy report, but Columbia police will not reveal the cause.
Twice a day for about 10 weeks, students will pick up food scraps from Rollins Dining Hall, combine them with manure from the Stephens College stables and mix them together in a composting bin. The compost produced will help fertilize the Saint Joseph and Sustain Mizzou community gardens.
Cindy Pollard brings higher education experience to her new job as associate vice president of the strategic communications office.
After years of financial problems, the Saint Louis Symphony will be able to use the gift to focus on its audience.
Investigators say the body might be that of John Dunivan, a former Butler Coutny clerk who was charged with child sodomy.
A forum titled "Politics and Religion - God in the White House" is being held during MU's School of Journalism centennial, focusing on the involvement of religion in the political arena and the public's views on this trend.
Boone Electric Cooperative workers are currently in Louisiana to restore power after Hurricane Gustav. The outages are greater than what workers experienced during restoration efforts following Hurricane Katrina.
A jury this summer found 48-year-old Cathy Heminghaus guilty of statutory sodomy, sexual contact with a student and supplying liquor to a minor.
Nicholas Sheley is charged with murder in the death of 65-year-old Ronald Randall, the June deaths of a 93-year-old man in Sterling, Ill., and an Arkansas couple found dead in Jefferson County. Those cases are being tried separately.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Wednesday a passport and other evidence found at the scene indicate the body is likely that of John Dunivan, who went missing more than a year ago. Missouri authorities have sent forensic information to a Virginia medical examiner's office to try to confirm the identity and cause of death.
President of the local chapter of the American Association of University Professors wants more competitive salaries for MU professors in order to retain its top professors.
The program, which will encourage people to commute to work or school via bicycle, is a partnership with the PedNet Coalition.