Major Nidal Malik Hasan is the suspect in a shooting at Fort Hood Army base on Thursday. The shooter killed 11 people and wounded 31 before authorities killed the gunman.
Nidal Malik Hasan was responsible for the worst mass killing on a U.S. military base, authorities say. He had problems throughout his career and strongly opposed U.S. involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Gunman shoots and kills 12, injures 31 in rampage at Army base. The man was identified as Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, a 39-year-old from Virginia. There was no official word on motive.
The Kewpies boys soccer team recorded its third-straight shutout in a 2-0 victory over Jefferson City on Thursday night to claim its first district championship since 2001.
A jury found Damon A. Williams guilty of first-degree murder, first-degree robbery and armed criminal action in the June 2008 fatal shooting of Nathaniel Bentley.
Fort Hood, the largest active duty armored post in the U.S., houses nearly 52,000 soldiers. It is located outside Killeen, Texas.
President Barack Obama and House Democats looked to secure votes Thursday to pass a bill that includes a health care overhaul initiative. The bill would expand coverage to millions of uninsured people that would be put into effect in 2013 if voted in. Obama plans on visiting the House on Friday to convince undecided Democrats to vote to pass the bill.
The attacker in the shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, is alive and in stable condition, an Army spokesman says. After the attack, they had said he was killed, but there was some confusion.
The suspect in the Fort Hood, Texas, shooting drew the attention of federal law enforcement officials at least six months ago because of Internet postings that talked about threats such as suicide bombings.
Leaking on-site septic tanks contributed to pollution at Table Rock Lake in the late 1990s, but authorities in that area now enforce stricter regulations.
Look at a breakdown of some of the key issues and where Missouri senators and representatives stand on pieces of health care reform.
Gabriella Garbero, who joined Kappa Kappa Gamma after sorority rush in August, was born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 2. Panhellenic officials believe she is the first woman at MU to participate fully in the recruitment process while managing a wheelchair.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate 100,000 or more people die every year from pulmonary embolism. Caused by blood clots, the weakened heart is forced to work against gravity, making clotting in the lower extremities such as the legs and pelvis more likely.
Bureaucratic complexities make it unclear which state department is responsible for the state of on-site and residential septic systems.
Gov. Nixon called for stronger and more consistent enforcement of DWI procedures across the state. A panel of judges, prosecutors and law enforcement personnel met to discuss options.
MU should take the steps necessary to reduce coal usage and become more energy efficent.
Lt. Gen. Bob Cone said at a news conference that one shooter has been killed and two suspects were apprehended Thursday. All were U.S. soldiers.
William Powell describes his first-hand experience with the switch to general admission seating in the student section to accomidate the growing population. He discusses his discontent while attending home MU football games and the instances surrounding them.
After the potential fatigue-related February crash near Buffalo, N.Y. that killed 50 people and general concerns about pilots' work loads, the Federal Aviation Administration is looking to update its rules on the rest and work schedules of pilots.
Columbia College swept Stephens College 25-7, 25-14, 25-9 on Thursday night.