Hickman's former principal Bob Nolke is taking a job as Interim Adminstrator for Columbia's future regional Catholic high school after retiring in 2001. He will be providing information about the plans for the high school, marketing and securing additional funding.
Although Missouri as a whole voted against President Obama, Jefferson County didn't. He's stopping by Jefferson County on his 100th day in office to show his support.
Republican Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania just switched parties, becoming the 60th seat in the Senate for the Democratic majority. He blamed Republicans in Pennsylvania for becoming too conservative, which he believed would not allow him to be elected to a sixth term in the Senate.
Rep. Rob Schaaf, R-St. Joseph, compared expansion of government-run children's health care to economic slavery in March.
Most people confirmed with the new swine flu were infected in Mexico, where the number of deaths blamed on the virus has surpassed 150.
Students and faculty members at Rock Bridge and Hickman high schools talk about taking the new End-of-Course Assessment, or EOCA, which replaces the Missouri Assessment Program, or MAP. Just like the MAP, the EOCA is used to measure academic progress under the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
Newly appointed Public Information Officer Jessie Haden said the Columbia Police Department is considering using social networking sites Facebook and Twitter to get in touch with the community.
A revised indictment filed by the U.S. Attorney's office brought additional weapons and drug-trafficking charges against the 16 suspected members of the Cut Throat Gang.
MU recreation officials said dates have been set to renovate Stankowski Field and the floor in the Jungle Gym at the MU Student Recreation Complex.
The House Tax Reform Committee passed the amendment, 7-4, along party lines. Democrats have raised questions about the constitutionality of the bill.
The headquarters for a national business journalism professional association is moving from MU to Arizona State University as part of Arizona's revamping of its curriculum.
Hickman's track and field team had success in the field events Tuesday at the six-team Hickman Relays.
His term in office could merit its own name, but some worry he's not doing enough.
The beer giant will keep its headquarters of more than 600 years in Belgium despite the fact that the newly acquired Anheuser-Busch accounts for 40 percent of the company's business.
The nation's finest players are scheduled to participate in the country's most prestigious chess tournament in the new facility that features 150 chess boards and 10 flat-screen TVs.
The new owner of the Independence appliance store will be responsible for the $3,300 per month lease payment, and in return, will receive all appliances, parts and materials.
The deputy health minister of Israel calls for renaming the swine flu the "Mexican flu," saying the reference to pigs is offensive to Jews and Muslims.
Manuel Cazares is charged with second-degree murder in the February deaths of his former girlfriend, 27-year-old Amanda Thomas, and 25-year-old Carl Patrick Epley. Cazares is an illegal immigrant whose status wasn't discovered until after his arrest.