Two Columbia residents were arrested after the search of an apartment turned up nearly 20 pounds of hallucinogenic mushrooms and about 23 grams of marijuana.
A Senate committee approved a bill on Wednesday that would issue up to $800 million in bonds for capital improvements; $550 million of that would go to improve college campuses.
As Hickman High School celebrates the 100th anniversary of its mascot, one die-hard alumnus of the school, Charley Blackmore, keeps cheering on his Kewpies and serving the community by sharing his time and vast music collection.
Through community involvement and donations, 35 mid-Missouri veterans are able to take an Honor Flight to visit the war memorials and Arlington Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
An Audubon Society event this weekend will feature 15 field trips to observe birds in the wild.
The bill that has passed in the House of Representatives would not effect the non-tipped minimum wage, which would still increase twice per year.
NBC television affiliate KOMUis laying off four employees in its production department and cutting the hours of a morning anchor. Management said a drop in advertising revenue, tied to the recent economic downturn, led to the cutbacks.
The amendment, which passed in the House, was attached to a bill that would lower the age for obtaining a conceal-and-carry permit from 23 to 21.
Father Vitale speaks at MU of terrorism, torture and war.
Secretary of State Robin Carnahan estimated some 230,000 Missouri voters lack a photo ID from comparing a voter database to a government-issued identification card database.
A man who was shot during the Virginia Tech rampage said more guns would have worsened the situation.
The dogs were living in inadequate cages and many appeared to need veterinary care. the dogs were removed and taken to the Humane Society in St. Louis.
Family, friends and teammates attended the funeral of Patrick Clegg, who died after being struck by a wild ball.
When Fox's conservative Sean Hannity appeared to volunteer last week to undergo waterboarding for charity, MSNBC's liberal commentator Keith Olbermann jumped at the offer. He hasn't heard anything since.
Obama spent part of his 100th day in office with a town hall meeting at Fox Senior High School in Arnold.
School health officials are trying to inform students and families about the illness.
The owner of two St. Louis stores has been accused of selling counterfeit goods, smuggling goods into the U.S. and money laundering.
NASCAR uses restrictor plates to prevent cars from traveling at unsafe speeds, but an unintended consequence is that cars bunch up in large packs, creating more opportunities for collisions. Do you think NASCAR needs to do more to ensure the safety of its drivers?
Name calling and insults are not becoming to any columnist, no matter his or her political leanings.
A class project for journalist Ben Poston, investigating the possible wrongful conviction of Josh Kezer, finally came to a conclusion almost two years after he graduated from MU when Kezer was exonerated by a Cole County judge. Poston published an article in 2007 that broke the news that the case had been reopened after 14 years. It also highlighted new witnesses and evidence not presented at the original trial.