STRIPES, the student-run safe-ride organization, gave a record number of rides in its early opening weekend.
Mark Templeton was appointed Monday to take control of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill relief funds. Templeton's resignation from will take effect Wednesday.
Missouri officials are attempting to bring a freight transit hub to Lambert Airport in St. Louis.
Jefferson Elementary School gained 22 new students after offering a cash incentive.
The Rock Bridge softball team beat visiting North Callaway 15-0 Monday to run its record to 6-0.
At a meeting for the Missouri Public Education Vision Project on Monday in Jefferson City, Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro revealed Missouri's public school students aren't scoring as well as students in other states.
Shane McAfee plans to build on last year's improvements in his second season as head volleyball coach at Stephens College.
A Boone County prosecutor said the decision to charge MU football player Derrick Washington with a felony was reached after an investigation into allegations that he sexually assaulted a 23-year-old woman in June at the Campus View apartment complex.
The governor's choice, Kip Stetzler, held several positions in the administration previously.
Annual reports from nonprofit corporations and businesses must be filed by Tuesday to avoid a fine. Those who fail to file by Nov. 30 will be dissolved.
Stephens College president Dianne Lynch and a mystery donor are setting a bad example for women about what it means to be healthy.
Golfers gathered Monday at Old Hawthorne to play for a good cause. Proceeds from the Family Health Center Golf Tournament benefited the community clinic, which provides health services to underserved families.
The Bruins won the team competition and two group competitions at the Helias Catholic Invitational.
Two people held up a Wendy’s at gunpoint early Monday morning, police said.
After 60 years, Beetle Bailey is still on tour seven days a week in 1,800 newspapers.
Roger Cochran won $25,000 in the Missouri Lottery's "5X the Fortune" game.
The Columbia City Council is having its final work session on the proposed budget for fiscal 2011 on Monday night. Missourian reporter Mary Daly will keep readers up to speed on the conversation on The Watchword blog.
The single count against the suspended running back was filed Monday.