State community colleges to try capping tuition increases

The Missouri Community College Association said they will try to abide by a tuition increase cap for the next year.

Missouri ballot measure would revise initiative process

A measure to protect petition rights will soon have its own petition circulated for the 2012 ballot.


Douglass High School boys basketball team defeats KC East, 81-51

Douglass High School improves to 9-3 after beating East High School (Kansas City) 81-51.

Marching Mizzou's new uniforms to arrive soon

The band is planning to replace its 10-year-old uniforms with a new, more contemporary look. Members should be able to wear the new uniforms for this fall's football season.

'King's Speech' gets 12 Oscar nominations

The Oscars set up a best-picture showdown between two favorites, "The King's Speech" and "The Social Network." The awards show airs Feb. 27 on ABC.

St. Louis businessman nominated for open UM System curator seat

David Steward, the founder of World Wide Technology, was nominated by Gov. Jay Nixon to fill one of the open seats on the UM System Board of Curators.

Number of roadway deaths decreases in 2010

There were 821 roadway fatalities, the lowest number since 1949.

MU's School of Medicine receives grant for children's mental health

The $3.25 million grant will provide services for Boone County infants and children up to age 8 and their families.

TODAY'S QUESTION: Will Tony Mitchell suit up for Missouri this season?

Tuesday marks the last day to enroll in classes at MU for the spring 2011 semester, and men's basketball recruit Tony Mitchell's situation is still up in the air. Do you think Mitchell will suit up for the Tigers this season?