Richard W. French is an attorney with the State Public Defender's Office in Jefferson City. He is a white male, approximately 6 feet tall and weighs about 220 pounds. He drives a 2007 black Kia Sorento with Missouri license plates.
Eighteen Rock Bridge High School students were caught attempting a senior prank around 12:15 a.m. Thursday, according to the school's principal.
Edward Acosta was released from the University Hospital at 10 p.m. Friday and has gone missing.
The Department of Natural Resources found E. coli at one of the 54 sites it tested, and all sites will be tested again in July.
The indictment is on one count of mail fraud, misapplication of government funds and aggravated identity theft.
The explosive was ignited blocks from the Sprint Center.
Since IBM opened a service center in Dubuque, Iowa, the town has seen major changes. Local businesses have thrived and incoming workers have swooped up most of the rental properties available, but the company's presence also introduces new challenges to the city's real estate sector.
The incentives packages offered by Columbia and Dubuque, Iowa, were mainly in the form of tax credits and exemptions and promises to assist IBM with setup processes, such as recruitment and new employee training.
Traces of asbestos found in Parkade Elementary is cause for some of the school's students and staff to move for the summer.
Students played dodgeball during a field trip. Teacher Kari Schuster said it's a great opportunity to see a different side of the students.
The Rev. Dick Blount is working with Columbia Hope Episcopal Church to plan an interfaith community worship service that coincides with the Mid-Missouri Pridefest.
A man is suspected of threatening a group of children with a rifle Wednesday night.
The state treasurer's office now can process most claims for $250 or less using paperless forms.
The Summer Food Service Program reimburses community agencies for offering free meals to children from low-income families when school is not in session.
The center is expected to create hundreds of jobs for the St. Louis County-based business.
Many said there won't be any real answers to the question of conference realignment until presidents of Big 12 Conference schools join the discussions at the Big 12 meetings on Thursday.
Excellence in core service areas is the top priority at this year's City Council retreat. This year's retreat will take place at the Country Club Hotel in Lake Ozark. It begins at 6:30 p.m. Thursday and ends around midday Saturday.
IBM employees brought in to Dubuque from other locations to staff the service delivery center flooded the town's rental housing market. Will the same thing happen here?
The CEO said the city's workforce made Columbia the most attractive place for the company's fifth location.