The program aims to strengthen teen relationships by providing education on dealing with unhealthy relationships.
The lawsuit alleges Blunt and his office violated Missouri Sunshine Law by failing to produce requested documents, failing to follow public record retention policies and charging significant sums for documents requested by Missouri media outlets.
Recent economic struggles have been a valuable learning tool inside classrooms of Columbia universities.
School Resource Officer Mark Brotemarkle was cleared by an internal investigation Thursday, but that may not be the controversy's end.
Police are still seeking a suspect in an armed robbery that took place near the MU campus Wednesday night. The man threatened three women with a handgun and then took two purses from them.
The request for penalties are outlined in a revised lawsuit against Blunt, his former chief of staff and others.
Former Columbia police officer Steven Rios used his department identification number to access computer records of police responses on the day Jesse Valencia’s body was found, a system analyst for the Columbia Police Department testified Thursday morning in Rios’ murder retrial.
There will be no pit bull ban in Perryville. Tuesday the aldermen in the southeast Missouri town voted to remove a breed-specific ban from a proposed dangerous dog ordinance scheduled for a vote Dec. 16.
At one Missouri church, the pastors enjoy taking text-message questions from the congregation during sermons and weaving the answers into the message as they talk.
Belden, a St. Louis-based electronics components maker, will be restructuring the company to save $30 million next year and $50 million annually starting in 2011, according to a news release from Belden. The restructuring will result in the loss of 1,800 jobs, or 20 percent of its total work force.
Initial estimates put the cost of removing lead paint from the schools at about $2.8 million, but it now appears more money will be needed.
The Democratic attorney general's $17.3 million fundraising more than doubled the $8.5 million raised by his opponent, Republican Kenny Hulshof.
The Department of Veterans Affairs plans to open two clinics in 2009, one outside of Kansas City and the other in the Bootheel.
Kansas City Mayor Mark Funkhouser has gained critics recently who say his wife, Gloria Squitiro, is a controlling and negative influence on him and his administration.
Couple admits to stealing as many as 150 weapons in robberies they said they staged to feed their heroin addictions.