Though funds are not alloted for downtown cameras, the Columbia City Council is thinking about the future use and placement of the cameras.
The charge is misdemeanor littering, and not a hate crime. The potential penalty is a fine and a year in jail. Attorneys for the students say their clients will likely plead guilty. A hearing is set for April 29.
A group of Sydney Timmons' friends held a benefit Sunday night to help raise money for his funeral. Timmons died Monday, April 12.
The scary moment involved pinch hitter Bryan Meeker.
Mike Anderson was reportedly offered double the salary he makes as coach of MU to take the same position at the University of Oregon. Should Tiger fans have been concerned about the offer?
Support staff and medical workers at the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital will undergo training to refresh their skills on protective gear usage and proper sterilization of reusable medical equipment.
Senators worry suggested bill would cut benefits without saving money.
A new fungal disease found in bats has killed over one million bats in 11 states and Canada. The fungus has been identified in one bat in Missouri, found in a cave in Pike County.
Work on the low-income housing project may begin after line is installed.
Three former employees are alleging that black employees sought to push white employees out of the group.
The Discovery space shuttle's first landing attempt at 8:48 a.m. would have it streaking across the sky in the Midwest and parts of mid-Missouri. The second try would have the shuttle descending slightly more to the south, over Washington state and the nation's heartland.
Police said women were kidnapped by men who bought marijuana from them.
This weekly feature wraps up some of the content Missourian staff found most interesting from around the state.
From Monday through Sunday, people who buy certain new Energy Star appliances will pay no state sales tax.
Zachary Tucker and Sean Fitzgerald, the two MU students arrested in connection with the cotton ball incident, have been charged with littering and face Class A misdemeanor charges.
The governing body of U.S. competitive swimming and a swimming coach have been named in a lawsuit that claims the coach had a sexual relationship with the teenage swimmer.
The bill would make it a misdemeanor if people do not control their animals and someone else is bitten or suffers other injuries.
Law enforcement officials have begun a criminal investigation into the death of a 27-year-old inmate at the Western Missouri Correctional Center in Cameron.
Opponents said the building is not necessary during a time when the school is facing deep budget cuts.
Missouri and Illinois broke ground on the first new Mississippi River bridge in nearly four decades after years of negotiations. The project's estimated cost is $670 million.