False witness testimony, new evidence and an unlawful jury selection were key points in a habeas corpus petition filed Monday, which seeks a new trial or freedom for Ferguson.
MU basketball player Kim English said he received many responses to his Twitter post about a racist graffiti incident outside Hatch Hall on Saturday. The Tigers play Texas Tech on Tuesday.
Benjamin Elliott, the MU student arrested for allegedly writing racist graffiti on a statue outside Hatch Hall, claimed that he was drunk at the time of the incident. The Legion of Black Collegians will discuss the vandalism during their Senate meeting on Wednesday.
The candidates will participate in community events to become familiar with Columbia.
Rock Bridge sophomore point guard Travis Jorgenson sometimes gets called for a carry but more often creates plays with his dribbling skills. The Rock Bridge boys basketball team won 82-52 against Sumner Monday night.
The Columbia School Board approved eight budget guidelines Monday, including allowing teachers to move up one step on the pay scale and continuing to fund the employee benefits program.
Building race cars with the Missouri Formula Race Team can take up to 40 hours each week, but team president Ryan Sobotka said passion helps to minimize the time commitment.
The Historic Preservation Commission will honor five notable properties at its annual gala Wednesday.
Hot Box Cookies and The Candy Factory were two businesses that got some love Monday.
Making a government-issued photo ID required for voting will adversely affect thousands of voters.
The melting should continue with temperatures reaching into the 60s this week, according to the National Weather Service.
A Saturday fire that destroyed Jerry G. Parker's trailer and took his life was ruled an accident.
Pujols and the Cardinals agreed to a 1-day extension of contract talks out of respect for Stan Musial's award ceremony. Musial will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Tuesday in Washington D.C.
The loss of a congressional district after the 2010 census will force the Board of Curators to change its makeup, by either allowing more than one curator to live in the same district or by giving a student member voting power.
General Motors, which was saved by a government bailout after declaring bankruptcy in 2009, will issue $400 million in employee bonuses to mark the "new GM."
The Obama administration's attempt to change antitrust rules in the meatpacking industry has been met by opposition from Republicans because they believe the reforms are "burdensome and ineffective" and could hurt meat producers.
The Civil War exhibit will be presented at the Walters-Boone County Historical Museum for two years starting on March 6. Each year of the war will be highlighted in six-month intervals.
Officials from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are coming to Columbia to audit the city's system, which is at issue in a fight over pollution in Hinkson Creek.
Interim Director John Blattel became the permanent director of the city's Finance Department.