The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will hold a series of public meetings in five cities. Columbia is not selected as a meeting site.
The fifth annual MU Gallery and Museum Crawl from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday is a free event for the public. Gallery and museum "crawlers" will have a chance to visit art exhibitions in five locations at MU. Visiting all the exhibits gives patrons a chance to win prizes donated by event sponsors.
The proposed ordinance would make noise and music downtown illegal if it can be heard 300 feet away between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. Currently, the downtown noise ordinance prohibits disruptive noise within 50 feet during those hours.
MU's Take Back the Night event will allow men and women to speak out against sexual violence. Kelley Lucero hopes to change the way people think about prevention with her speech at the rally.
A recent federal court decision that found the government's freezing of an Ohio charity's assets to be unconstitutional could have implications for the Islamic American Relief Agency, a Columbia charity linked to terrorist activities in 2004.
The Sierra Club has organized a campaign to raise awareness about coal's contribution to climate change on campuses powered by coal.
The override measure on Nixon's veto on the dome-key measure failed 86-71, which was 109 votes short of a two-thirds majority.
Missouri's education commissioner said the state will participate in the national competition for $4.3 billion in Race to the Top, but it will not apply for the federal grants during the first phase.
Journalist Lisa Ling addressed students at MU's Jesse Auditorium, recounting experiences in Colombia and Afghanistan and the lessons she learned there.
Sgt. 1st Class Jared Monti died during a firefight in 2006 while trying to rescue a wounded soldier.
The airline will scale back its operations in St. Louis and Raleigh-Durham, N.C. In St. Louis, American and its regional affiliates will reduce daily departures by 46 and discontinue service to 20 destinations.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources are seeking help from the state attorney general's office to take legal action against Whispering Oaks Residental Care, a home for the mentally ill, in Ballwin. The department said the home has violated the state's safe drinking water law.
Trustees for the Missouri State Employee's Retirement System voted to increase state support for the state employee pension plan in the wake of poor investment income during the recession.
Missouri's Blaine Gabbert makes it easy for any football enthusiast to get worked up. But good quarterbacking comes with time.
Because Missouri generates so much more revenue from a home game, it can afford to pay Furman more money than Furman would receive from a home game of its own.
The monument will feature a description of Union efforts during the 1861 battle and will bear a list of the federal units that took part.
The blackout will make it easier for migrating birds passing through St. Louis.
The incidents are alleged to have happened from 1999 to 2008.