The switch from TigerNet to Mizzou Wireless has been a shaky one for MU students and faculty.
The road-closing begins Friday and will last at least a month as the second stage of a construction project is completed.
The Boone County Sheriff's Department has completed an online incident viewer that displays the location of reported crimes on a county map.
A new law banning text messaging for Missouri drivers age 21 and under took effect Friday. But law enforcement agencies question the enforceability of the new law because it is difficult to see if a driver is texting.
The state's commercial banks experienced a loss of $67 million for the period, while its savings and loans earned $11 million.
The Department of Natural Resources withheld for about a month test results showing unsafe levels of E. coli in the lake.
Gov. Nixon ordered flags lowered after the death of Missouri soldier in Afghanistan.
The proposal to ban indoor smoking will be on the Nov. 3 ballot.
Preliminary figures show fall enrollment is up an average of 12.5 percent at the state's 12 public, two-year colleges.
Swine aren't welcome at Vermont's oldest fair because of concerns over the H1N1 virus. Other state fairs are coming up with different ways to address the issue. Meanwhile, pork producers battle misconceptions associated with the so-called swine flu.
Ken Strong lends his deep voice, his love of music and his honed hearing to the Jefferson City barbershop chorus the Show-Me Showboaters.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources says the plant's owner allowed contaminated storm water to flow into state waters and the Missouri River.
County Executive Charlie Dooley is expected to make decision on the indoor smoking ban legislation Friday.
When police arrived in the neighborhood Thursday evening, several people, including one with minor gunshot wounds, barricaded themselves in two homes.
Seventeen different languages are spoken in the four schools that make up the Bayless School District in St. Louis County.
The charges against Michael Wayne Limley and Christopher William Lee Helton carry a maximum sentence of 10-30 years or life in prison