MU journalism senior Laura Myers was among 15 students to compete in the College Champtionship series on Jeopardy. In the first round, which aired Monday, Myers beat out students from The Ohio State University and the University of Kansas to win $10,000 and advancement to the semi-finals.
The City Council discussed options for the future of Columbia public transit on Monday night, including the possibility of having MU students pay a small fee, but no decisions were made Monday.
Missouri senators backed the state's higher education budget 29-4, but some expressed concerns over plans to increase the budget for the 2010 fiscal year.
The MU School of Journalism is recommending that incoming freshman purchase an iPod Touch or iPhone to access recorded class lectures has led to questions about what students should be asked to buy. Should the MU School of Journalism endorse certain brands of technology?
Gov. Jay Nixon called a state of emergency to help counties respond to the storms that caused deaths, injuries and damage in Missouri.
Dom DiMaggio was a seven-time All Star, holds his team's record for the longest consecutive game hitting streak and was involved in many charitable causes for medical and education institutions.
After making draperies for the Lives Under Construction Boys Ranch home in Lampe with which her church was involved, Janeen Burnham was so moved by the boys' stories she wrote "Miracles of Restoration."
Those who were young in the decades when coming out was not an option are now becoming gay activists, giving the movement members who are more established in their communities and secure in their jobs.
A Kansas City man is charged with robbing First Federal Bank after being identified by the driver's license from the wallet he left at the bank.
The driver is currently being held in Jackson County on suspicion of child endangerment and assault on police officers.
A strong storm system moving across southern Missouri on Friday morning created a few small tornadoes and damaging winds up to 80 mph.
Sen. Claire McCaskil and Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois are lobbying for a high-speed rail corridor between St. Louis and Chicago.
Missouri's Department of Health and Senior Services confirmed Thursday another case of the swine flu. This brings Missouri's total to 10 cases.
Three men were shot to death in an SUV early Friday morning after leaving a nightclub in downtown St. Louis. Police are still looking for suspects.
Christopher Piersee, the northeast Missouri man accused of killing his wife and infant son, pleaded not guilty to the charges Thursday.
The decision drew protests from nearly 300 opponents who signed a petition "voicing discontent" with the decision made by the school's Board of Governors. The school has close to 6,000 students.
The 3-year-old boy who was found after being lost in the woods for 52 hours is now listed in good condition at Jefferson Regional Medical Center.
The Missouri House approved legislation that would allow life prison sentences for people convicted of particularly vile child rapes. The measure will now go to the Senate.