UPDATE: K.C. area soldier wounded in Fort Hood attack

Army Reserve Spc. Keara Bono, 21, was on the phone with her husband when she was shot in the back of the shoulder during the attack. She has been released from the hospital and is doing well, according to family members.

Some mosques step up security after Fort Hood rampage

The president of the Mosque Foundation in the Chicago area says he fears something could be done to Muslims because of "misguided anger."

Kansas City area soldier wounded in Fort Hood attack

Army Reserve Spc. Keara Bono was shot during the attack but has been released from the hopital.

Manager: Muslim sticker removed from suspect's car

The soldier accused of opening fire at Fort Hood recently had his car keyed and his Muslim bumper sticker torn off his car. An army employee was arrested.

Defense attorney offers glimpse of Johnny Wright's past

Johnny Wright's attorney insists his client is 'absolutely innocent' in the 1976 disappearance of Becky Doisy.

Young farmers share experiences at Small Farm Trade Show and Conference

The show and conference is being held this weekend at the Boone County Fairgrounds.

Water main repairs require water shut off in north Columbia

Residents living near Dawn Ridge Road and Clark Lane in north Columbia were without water for 4 to 5 hours Friday as the city repaired a water main break.

Two early morning Columbia robberies appear to be connected

Police believe they are looking for the same three perpetrators in two separate robberies that occured Friday morning.

UPDATE: Suspect in Orlando office shooting had money woes

The shooting on the eighth floor of an office tower paralyzed downtown Orlando for three hours. Police quickly tracked Jason Rodriguez to his mother's home, spotted him through a window and ordered him to come out.

Poll: One-third can find, get H1N1 flu vaccine

Even those at extra risk are having trouble getting the vaccine. In fact, half of those who tried couldn't find information about where to get the vaccine, according to the Harvard School of Public Health poll.

Old Missouri 'Blue Books' available online

"Blue Books" from 1889 to 1972 are available online; the goal is to have every book available eventually. Blue Books are printed every two years and list government officials, election results and other facts and figures about the state.

Gateway Arch waives fee on Veterans Day

To recognize Veterans Day, the National Park Service will waive the $3 fee and have park rangers portray a frontier soldier and military surveyor at the museum under the Gateway Arch.

Missouri transportation officials prepare for winter

The Missouri Department of Transportation has prepared its equipment for clearing snow and ice from the roads during winter and has stocked up on salt.

Columbia College to host forum Tuesday about Veterans Affairs loans

The forum will explain how to buy a home or start a small business with Veterans Affairs loans.

Central Missouri Community Action opens weatherizing foundation

Central Missouri Community Action opened The Columbia Center for Energy Efficiency and Weatherization on Thursday. The center, which received U.S. Department of Energy funds, will be able to weatherize approximately 800 homes over the next two years.

Nontenured-track faculty may soon be included in MU campus committees

MU Faculty Council discussed a proposed change that would allow the nearly 600 nontenured-track faculty to participate on the 31 campus standing committees. They are expected to vote on the change Nov. 19.

Heller Road property recommended for industrial zoning

The Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission voted 6-0 Thursday to recommend 116 acres of property in northwest Columbia be rezoned for industrial use. The site is the first and only to be certified as a potential high-tech employment location by the Missouri Department of Economic Development. The entire 192-acre site was annexed by the city in April and is currently undeveloped.

Looking at Berlin Wall's fall 20 years later

The 20th year anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall is approaching and festivities are planned to commemorate the day. After all this time has passed, what does Berlin look like?

State conservation official named technology chief

Doug Young was picked to become Missouri's new chief information officer starting Nov. 18. He will be in charge of the state's budget for computers and technology and deciding what new technological developments should be used.

Missouri Conservation Department picks new director

The Missouri Conservation Commission has picked Bob Ziehmer to head the Department of Conservation starting Jan. 15. Ziehmer will replace John Hoskins, who said in August he planned to retire.