A northeast Missouri farm has been quarantined to research the disease.
Columbia Police arrested a second-grader on suspicion of assaulting the principal of Alpha Hart Lewis Elementary School on Wednesday morning.
Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Chris Belcher says three finalists are being considered for the job.
A woman received skull and spinal fractures after being hit by a car Friday morning. She was taken to University Hospital.
An American Airlines flight is forced to return to Kansas City International Airport two days in a row.
Cathy Gieseker pleaded guilty in fedeal court to a Ponzi scheme, receiving a nine-year prison sentence. Now state prosecutors are trying to decide how to proceed in the state suit.
Trout fishing season begins Monday. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is expecting thousands of fishermen and women to turn up at state parks.
A Thursday night fire caused extensive damage to a house at 4117 Derby Ridge Drive. The fire was the result of improperly discarded smoking materials, according to a Columbia Fire Department news release.
The Missouri baseball team has no starting job locked up in the outfield. Aaron Senne, the team's only returning starting outfielder, has moved to first base.
MU Faculty Council approved the measure, and it will go into effect next fall.
This bill makes illegal the "suspension rule" that allows insurance companies to indefinitely hold claims. The House sponsor said the bill would lower health care costs overall.
Rep. Timothy Jones, R-St. Louis County, has two bills in the House General Laws committee that would tighten the Missouri Sunshine Law. One piece of legislation would require a four-day notice prior to a meeting that will discuss tax increases, eminent domain, zoning concerns and tax increment financing.
Though some question his commitment to MU's educational mission, Forsee is widely considered an economic asset.
The Department of Transportation has already introduced the lights in St. Louis and Kansas City.
Business owners expressed concern about police faulting the businesses themselves rather than the rowdy patrons.
The Kewpies are scheduled to play Holt in the district final on Friday.
Not filling out a Census form is the equivalent of your local community losing $1,500.