Kroger recalls chocolate chips

The chocolate chips possibly contain an undeclared milk protein.

Police chief offers security training to City Council

Ken Burton has offered Police Department expertise to council members and possibly Board of Education members.

Missouri loan agency might again fund Access Missouri scholarships

The Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority Executive Director Raymond Bayer Jr. said Wednesday the loan authority board has reserved an additional $30 million for the scholarship program during the 2011-12 school year.

UM Board of Curators to meet Friday morning

The meeting will address enrollment fees, financial aid and housing rates.

City received almost 39 million e-mails in 2010

More than 34.5 million were blocked for being spam or containing viruses. 

TIGER TIPOFF: Sophomore finds place on MU women's basketball team

Sophomore guard Trenee Thornton played a bigger role than the statistics show in the Tigers' upset victory Saturday at Texas.

New guidelines would make school lunches healthier

The Department of Agriculture proposed new federal standards that would reduce sodium and fat in school meals. 

Missouri Auditor Schweich hires former GOP candidates

Despite hiring mostly Republicans, Schweich promised to avoid partisan politics.

Wealthy treated themselves during the holidays

Luxury spending rose 8.5 percent from Nov. 28 to Jan. 1 over the same period last year.

Humane Society leader defends Missouri dog-breeding law

Humane Society president and CEO Wayne Pacelle was meeting with Missouri lawmakers Wednesday to discuss his organization and the new law.

Dad pursued Arizona massacre suspect before shooting

Several people described Jared Loughner as a loner who had a strained relationship with his parents.

Udall: Let's all sit together for State of the Union

Senator Mark Udall is urging Congress members not to separate themselves by party during the speech.

State senator from Columbia to head spending committee

Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, was previously vice chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee.

Church agrees to not protest slain child's funeral

Shirley Phelps-Roper of the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., says church members will skip the funeral of Christina Taylor Green, a victim in the Arizona shooting.


Missouri men's basketball team defeats Nebraska

The Missouri men's basketball team never trailed in a 77-69 victory over Nebraska on Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena.

Former Moberly pastor indicted on kidnapping charge

James Wilson is scheduled to be arranged in Randolph County court Thursday.

Missouri Senate committee chairmen selected

Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Rob Mayer has selected leaders for the chamber's 18 committees.