UPDATE: Missouri lawmakers seek redistricting compromise

Missouri lawmakers will be working into the night to decide how to split up St. Charles and Jefferson counties. Other redistricting is also being deliberated.

Missouri lawmakers seek redistricting compromise

The House and Senate proposed separate redistricting plans and are now trying to agree on one plan. Missouri is losing one U.S. House seat because its growth over the past 10 years did not keep pace with the rest of the U.S.

MU researcher finds affection helps people build more successful relationships

With his feel-good findings, MU researcher Colin Hesse marries science and sense.

Sheriff's Department wants public's help on Coleman homicide case

The Boone County Sheriff's Department continues to seek a second suspect in the shooting death of Donnell Coleman, and it hopes the public has information that would help.

GEORGE KENNEDY: Legislature shuns real problems in favor of ideology

The dominant Republicans of the Missouri State Senate foster an ideological agenda that is often ignorant toward the will of the people.

Bomb squad clears suspicious package found in Boone County Courthouse

The package contained no explosive or incendiary materials.

Hickman baseball team out of rhythm at wet tournament

Thunderstorms causing wet conditions hampered the Hickman baseball team, which lost to Grain Valley and Boonville on Thursday at the Boonville Wood Bat Tournament.

Short Street parking garage construction set for November

Hotel developer Dave Parmley, who is developing the Short Street garage and Regency Hotel, said projects construction will begin in November.

The Gulf oil spill: one year later

BP is seeking damages from Cameron International and Transocean to help pay for the liabilities the company has incurred from the spill. Wednesday marked the first anniversary of the oil spill off the Gulf of Mexico.

BRAD CLEMONS: How to feed a family without buying anything

Don't sweat the small stuff, but embrace the little things — especially those that you can do for other people.

Missouri baseball team wins series opener at Baylor

The Missouri baseball team beat Baylor 4-2 on Thursday in the opening game of a three-game series in Waco, Texas.

Scott gets sentence for selling drugs that killed MU student

Hagi Scott, the man who sold heroin and cocaine to an MU student in 2009, was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday.

MU aiming higher in next fundraising campaign

A new fundraising drive focused on raising MU's national and international profile seeks to raise $1 billion.

Bonnie View might allow dogs

The Parks and Recreation Commission moved to recommend that dogs only be allowed on the part of the Bonnie View Nature Sanctuary north of Rollins Road.

Missouri golfer Kate Gallagher uses athleticism, work ethic to excel

Missouri golfer Kate Gallagher never slows down. The former four-sport athlete is down to one and is looking forward to the Big 12 Championship this weekend.

Umar Cheema encourages journalists to fight for a cause

Pakistani journalist Umar Cheema has faced threats, beatings and two attacks on his life, yet he continues to report on issues that matter to him most.

Parkade Elementary celebrates success of Missouri Professional Learning Communities

The program has been in place at Parkade since 2008. It places students into three tiers based on their behavior and rewards them when they show improvement.

Unique batting gloves work for Boonville baseball player

When Boonville baseball player Jason Luster steps into the batter's box, it's hard not to notice the yellow leather work gloves he uses as batting gloves.

MU Faculty Council endorses diversity course, grievance policy

The MU Faculty Council's diversity course requirement would have students take 3 credit hours from areas such as humanities, social or behavioral sciences.

Angels continue to help new businesses

The new leaders of an angel investment group that helps start-up technology companies is looking to recruit new prospects.