Man found dead in Boone County house fire

A fire broke out early Tuesday morning in northern Boone County, claiming one person's life and injuring another person. More than 38 firefighters responded to the blaze this morning.

One man was found dead and a woman was rushed to University Hospital with serious burns after a house fire Tuesday morning in northern Boone County. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

UPDATE: City Council tables Police Review Board proposal

While many residents and the Citizen Oversight Committee pushed for a Citizens Police Review Board, they said they were OK with the council's decision.

Missouri pitchers selected in first round of MLB Draft

MU pitchers weren't taken as quickly as predicted in Tuesday's Major League Baseball draft, but they were still chosen in the first round. Aaron Crow was selected 12th overall by the Kansas City Royals, and Kyle Gibson was selected by the Minnesota Twins 10 picks later, with the 22nd pick in the first round.

UPDATE: Farmers call for end to livestock ID system

Missouri farmers and others throughout the Midwest criticize the USDA's controversial National Animal Identification System, calling it a "costly mistake" and "unnecessary."

Three bodies found in Cole Camp home

Three bodies were found in a central Missouri home under circumstances police are calling "suspicious."

UPDATE: Supreme Court to let Chrysler sale go on

And earlier in the day, a bankruptcy judge approved Chysler's plan to terminate 789 dealer franchises.

Today's Question: Defining a Citizens Police Review Board

Do you think the Columbia Police Department should be subject to external review with regard to how its representatives handle complaints?

Spring storm hits Kansas, Missouri

A tornado touched down near Greensburg, Kansas, but no damage was reported. However, some storms in southern Kansas and southwest Missouri produced heavy winds and rain and baseball-size hail.

The man behind the draft picks

Missouri pitching coach Tony Vitello helped Aaron Crow and Kyle Gibson find success.

Cancer patients using nontraditional medicine get false hope

Studies estimate that 60 percent of cancer patients try unconventional remedies, which do not have to be proven safe by the Food and Drug Administration. The nontraditional therapies can be financially, medically, physically and psychologically harmful.

Cancer patients should beware of supplement use, try nontraditional remedies

Tips for cancer patients for alleviating symptoms.

Sometimes supplements don't heal

Three cancer patients turned to supplements to help cure their cancer. But in these cases the supplements did not work, and in some cases they actually harmed the patients.

School board comes out against tax-increment financing

Representatives from the Board of Education plan to vote against the two plans before the Tax Increment Financing Committee at Tuesday's meeting.

First Gitmo inmate comes to US court, pleads not guilty

Ahmed Ghailani, a Tanzanian accused in two American Embassy bombings a decade ago participated in a brief but historic federal court hearing that transported him from open-ended military detention to the civilian criminal justice system.

Chrysler severs ties with 789 dealerships

A bankruptcy judge stripped hundreds of dealerships of their authorization to sell Chrysler cars in an order issued Tuesday as Chrysler and Fiat officials continued to wait anxiously on the companies' delayed merger.

Ten banks approved to repay federal loans

Experts said Tuesday that allowing 10 banks to return $68 billion in bailout money shows some stability has returned to the system but cautioned that the financial crisis isn't over.

UPDATE: Farmers protest livestock ID system in Jefferson City

The agriculture department's town hall meeting brought hundreds of farmers objecting to a National Animal Identification System that registers animals and farms.

UPDATE: St. Louis police officer charged in wreck that killed 4

Christine Miller was arrested Tuesday in connection with an accident that killed four people from India. Miller is facing an additional charge tied to a fifth victim who was badly injured.

Defendant in February shooting death waives initial hearing

Andre Josiah Lee, 21, is charged with second-degree murder and first-degree attempted robbery. He can face 10 to 30 years or life for the murder charge and 5 to 15 years for attempted robbery.

Missouri baseball players wait for MLB Draft results

Several members of the Missouri baseball team, including pitcher Kyle Gibson, are waiting to see what team will select them Tuesday in Major League Baseball's amateur draft.