"Change has come," he declared to a huge throng of cheering supporters.
Miles Heard was fatally shot in the chest at about 12:50 p.m. Tuesday in Douglass Park, Columbia police said. Police are now searching for 28-year-old Grady F. Dortch Jr. and have a warrant for his arrest.
Several incidents have come into question recently regarding the actions taken by police officers, and those without all the information should not be criticizing them.
Global attention and the removal of President Mugabe might save Zimbabwe from further economic collapse as the country's currency hyperinflates and the quality of living lowers.
Amid the successes of the first multiracial presidential candidate, black voters reflect on their ballot histories.
Players' weight room gab turns to talk of presidential prospects.
Most polling places in Boone County report high turnout.
Election officials have been reporting long lines at polling places across Missouri despite accounts of fraudulent messages telling voters to wait to vote until Wednesday.
Missourians have adopted an English-only amendment to the constitution, expanded options for storm water bonds, established a home-care attendant council and increased required renewable energy sources for publicly owned utilities to 15 percent.
A list of online news organizations' headlines about the presidential election.
As the school board searches for the next superintendent, it asks community members to suggest priorities the board should have when searching.
There is no doubt that politics is divisive — even within families. Especially during the campaign season, the topic is unavoidable.
Barack Obama has won the presidential election, according to The Associated Press, The Washington Post, CNN and other news outlets. The AP's official electoral vote tally is 324 for Obama and 124 for John McCain. Two hundred seventy votes are needed to win.
See photos from Boone County voting Tuesday.
Some MU students were among the crowd who woke up early to beat the lines at polling places; by 2 p.m., about 1,600 people, most of them students, had voted at MU's Life Sciences Center.
The race for 24th District House seat is as competitive as they come.
Read about the views of area voters on many of the issues and candidates on the ballot for Tuesday's election.
The Missourian has been documenting the 2008 election in slideshows. Watch and listen here.
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An MU faculty member meets someone who's had a different experience with voting rights — and all rights.