The task force heard testimony from officials who had specific ideas on how to change Missouri's domestic violence laws.
Bill Watkins first proposed a $385.5 million budget in July. The city council must now make its final decision on the fiscal 2011 budget.
The MU Student Health Center is looking to expand its stress-management strategies through new classes and a biofeedback program.
Collectors from all over Missouri attended the state's unclaimed property auction Monday at Stoney Creek Inn. About 70 people previewed the items up for auction the night before.
Lawsuits from former NCAA players are attempting to force the NCAA to share its annual revenues with student-athletes.
Earlier this month, the Franklin County prosecutor decided not to press charges against Rep. Brian Nieves.
A federal appeals court says it will hear arguments about the ruling that puts part of the state immigration law on hold.
Robert and LaVerne DuPont, owners of Missouri group homes, begin a federal health care trial this week. The couple owned the Anderson Guest House, where faulty wiring caused the deadly November 2006 fire.
The Missouri Computer Exchange will host an electronic waste recycling event on Sept. 25.
The Ohio University mascot tackled the Ohio State mascot at the schools' football game on Saturday.
The Columbia College volleyball team won its match on Monday against Hannibal LaGrange 25-14, 23-25, 25-10, 25-22.
The trail heads between Stadium and Forum boulevards will be the main beneficiary of $40,000 donation from the Columbia 3M plant.
Here is a list of services that consumers are likely to find useful under the Affordable Care Act.
The lawsuit, which was filed Monday in the U.S. Western District Court, lists the city of Columbia, 12 police officers and "other, unknown police officer(s)" as defendants.