Davis was originally sentenced to 20 years in prison for first-degree assault, 20 years for armed criminal action and 10 for attempted first-degree robbery. At the Monday formal sentencing hearing, the judge ruled that Davis will serve his sentences concurrently.
Research shows the fruit has high levels of antioxidants, and can boost immunity and lower cholesterol.
The proposed amendment would allow former prisoners of war with service-connected disabilities to receive an exemption on property taxes.
Jerry Beck, the Constitution Party candidate for U.S. Senate, said his business experience would be useful in Congress.
Libertarian candidate Jonathan Dine also attends concerts around the state to gain name recognition.
The Tigers are nine strokes off the lead.
With the second round beginning Tuesday, Missouri is only two shots from making it into the top-five.
Aric Bremer, a 2003 MU graduate, will take the place of Randy Wright.
It has criminal prohibitions that law enforcement can easily identify without a need to consult experts.
Christianson more than qualifies for the position.
The vote by Columbia City Council dishonors the residents on the corner of Bourn and West Broadway.
Proposition A is set to majorly affect Missouri's two largest cities, but should it have that power? One reader doesn't believe so.
Using ethanol will help the environment and economy.
With election season upon us, candidates have begun to attack one another.