Bryan Page has only been playing tennis for a little longer than two years. Page, a sophomore, picked up the sport after watching his brother Brandon Page compete at Hickman as the top player on the team.
A sobriety checkpoint is planned in Boone County before Sunday. The planned day and location have not been released.
Coal Free Mizzou members deliver a letter to U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill's office protestng MU's use of coal.
Police are seeking Mark A. Whitworth, 47, and William L. Palmer, 18, for being connected to alleged sexual crimes.
Mizzou NORML argues that there should be equal punishments for illegal use of alcohol and marijuana and that colleges should stop teaching students to "drink responsibly" and start teaching them to "party responsibly."
Columbia Police have arrested one man suspected of sex offenses. They are still seeking another.
A proposed amendment to Missouri's consitution rejecting federal policies and asserting state sovereignty was endorsed by the Missouri House on Wednesday. The measure needs another vote before moving to the state Senate.
The St. Louis County Police Department will be issuing Taser stun guns to all patrol and specialized unit officers by the end of April.
Melissa A. Kitchen, 41, of Centralia, will serve 120 days of "shock time" after pleading guilty to giving perscription pills to middle-school children.
Legislation could grant physical education credit to students who participate in interscholastic sports or marching band in Missouri high schools. The bill was approved in its first round Wednesday.
Missouri officials made the Illinois State coach's hiring official on Thursday.