No suspects have been apprehended but police are still investigating.
The Obama administration is stalling in shutting down the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. They face a complex set of problems in finding new homes for detainees.
The changes, beginning March 1, would specify maximum wind and hail size at the end of severe thunderstorm warnings.
According to a new study from Feeding America, one in eight Missourians use emergency food assistance every year.
New bill expands access to adoptees' medical records.
As state revenues continue to fall below projections, Gov. Nixon is planning another budget review to see if more cuts are needed.
Missouri's laws for control of firearms are weak according to a gun control advocacy group.
The Columbia School Board hears how the district compares to 12 other state districts in federal funds received and asks for volunteers to serve on district committees.
The House Public Safety and Corrections committee voted against a bill that would strip $19 million from the Department of Corrections. The proposed cuts come as a result from Gov. Nixon's plan to freeze in-state tuition.
Sarah Read, an attorney and owner of The Communications Center, officially kicked off her campaign for Columbia's Fourth Ward City Council seat during a Thursday evening gathering at Shakespeare's Pizza.
The Citizens Police Review Board was established in July 2009 but still has yet to take a case. A major reason for this, according to Columbia attorney Dan Viets, is that the filing process is confusing and difficult to understand
Navy Ensign Emily Merritt of Columbia is in the midst of a seven-month deployment aboard the USS Nassau, but spent 15 days near Haiti as the crew provided humanitarian relief.
Missouri gymnast Allie Heizelman was honored by the Big 12 Conference by being named to the Community of Champions, which recognizes student athletes who excel in academics, community service, leadership and sportsmanship.
Budget issues will only grow worse at higher education institutions after federal stimulus money depletes.
The society will have paintings from Thomas Hart Benton and other pieces online.
The wide receiver will not participate in next week's NFL scouting combine.
Despite a three-year citywide smoking ban, Columbia's first hookah lounge is opening Friday.
Audiologist says noise-induced hearing loss can be prevented.
Given two months to provide more input to City Council on new noise rules for downtown, the Special District Board is stepping up its research.
Bondi Wood, a business owner and former teacher, says her involvement in local politics will give her an edge in the nine-month campaign for the county's top elected position.