The Missouri Housing Development Commission chairman's Arkansas residence brings eligibility into question.
Prescription plan extension will allow elderly and disabled Missourians to continue to receive state help for prescription drugs.
A recent citizen survey showed 57 percent of Columbia respondents are dissatisfied with the condition of city streets.
Basketball skills competitions and pickleball were just a few of the games that occurred on Friday.
Rep. Chris Kelly proposed to use the state's rainy day fund rather than cut higher education funds to help areas in Missouri affected by natural disasters.
Freddie Walker, who competed in Friday's horseshoes competition, takes part in dozens of events all around the Midwest and enjoys visiting family and friends while traveling with her husband.
The district's board cut $1.8 million from the 2011-2012 budget.
MU men's basketball coach Frank Haith has arranged to have his team participate in the One State, One Spirit Classic against the Missouri Southern State University Lions in October to raise money for relief efforts following the May 22 tornado.
Ricardo D. Thompson was arrested on suspicion of second-degree burglary, first-degree property damage and felony stealing, according to a Columbia Police Department news release.
Four people were arrested May 26 in connection with the same crime after Boone County Sheriff's Department deputies served two search warrants.
Extensive flooding along the Mississippi River threatens to spread an aggressive and invasive fish into new areas.
James Clayton Dinwiddie, 49, was arrested early Thursday morning in connection with reports in May of child molestation and statutory sodomy.
The 17th annual Relay For Life of Boone County has raised $136,000 for the American Cancer Society, and organizers hope to raise a total of $207,000.
The board of the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority was expected to approve A $30 million transfer during a meeting Friday at its Chesterfield headquarters.
The high school building and two elementary schools were destroyed in the May 22 tornado and the school district is scrambling to find alternatives sites.
Judge John Moody overturned the conviction of Paula Hall of Sparta because the jury in her trial was not told about a witness' criminal history.
"Abraham Lincoln: An Extraordinary Life" at the National Museum of American History reminds us of his humble beginnings and eventual impact on America. It also reminds us of the impact he should have on us.
Joseph Kreiser, 46, was arrested Friday morning on one count of possession of child pornography, according to a news release.
Gov. Jay Nixon cut $57 million from the budget to fund the $50 million in general revenues he has committed to the disaster response in Joplin.
The Cooks were wed on June 4, 1961.