A federal judge ordered the evaluation take place at the Bureau of Prisons facility in Springfield. Loughner is the suspect in the January shooting that killed six and wounded 13 in Tucson, Ariz.
City Council members voted unanimously for Mike Matthes, former assistant city manager and chief information officer in Des Moines, Iowa, to replace Bill Watkins as Columbia's city manager.
If Gadhafi falls, Libya will rebuild, and many Libyans worldwide are eager to help create a new government.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill said Monday the back personal property taxes will be paid on an airplane owned by a company in which she and her husband have an ownership interest. The plane will also be sold.
Short-term payday loans have long-term effects on communities. They create a cycle of debt that is difficult to escape.
U.S. and British forces fired missiles at Libyan air defense sites Saturday and Sunday, and Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi promised a war.
MU athletes, such as football player T.J. Moe, have embraced the new sports psychology program run by former track coach Rick McGuire. McGuire's expertise is helping coaches teach players to focus in the moment and utilize positive thinking.
The young Hickman Kewpies team looks to rebound from a 10-0 loss when it hosts Pembroke Hill on Tuesday.
The presidential search committee said stakeholders stressed business experience as a qualification for the next UM president. The committee wishes to hire a president from Missouri.
For every $4 the federal government gives Missouri for highway construction and maintenance, the state has to put up $1. Missouri may have to reject some federal funding starting in 2017 due to lack of available funding from the state.
Susan Perkins, a counselor at Blue Ridge Elementary School, started the Emerging Leaders Program as a way to organize student help with recycling, but it quickly expanded. Six months later, 60 students hold 11 different jobs, including art organizer, gardener and morning greeter.
Some say the council's unanimous decision will increase the cost of business.
Inspections starting this week in several central city neighborhoods are intended to crack down on code violations such as broken windows, peeling paint and foot-high weeds.
The Cougars won 4-0 in the first game of a doubleheader against visiting Missouri Baptist on Monday in their home opener, but the offense stalled in the second game, which they lost 2-1.
Columbia police arrested 14 drivers on DWI charges March 16-20 as part of the statewide "You Drink & Drive, You Lose" campaign.
An airport shuttle van flipped over Saturday morning after it was forced onto a median because of slowed traffic, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report.
A third continuance was granted Monday in former MU tailback Derrick Washington's deviate sexual assault case. His attorney says continuances are "normal."
MU police received two reports of indecent exposure over the weekend. One was near Stankowski Field and the other near the Hitt Street parking garage.
Josh and Sarah Pennington will race in the sixth annual Missouri River 340 this summer. Until then, the couple is locking in sponsorships for the race and putting together a rummage sale to raise money for the Missouri River Relief.
An oil sample taken Feb. 8 showed an auxiliary pump might have been inadequately lubricated. The oil may have been too low to properly lubricate the pump bearing, and could have affected its performance during an accident scenario.