Some potential jurors knew too much about the case against former Columbia Water and Light director James Kraig Kahler — and had firmly set opinions about the charges against him: four counts of capital murder in connection with the slayings of his estranged wife, her grandmother and his two daughters.
Max Copeland might not be the face of the Missouri football team's offensive line, but he is one of its most prominent voices.
How to redistrict the St. Louis area was one of the biggest topics of disagreement.
The scheduled changes should improve traffic flow and safety near the airport.
City Manager Mike Matthes said during a coffee session that the city's bus system, which has been running a deficit, would use up its fund next year.
The websites of five county sheriffs in Missouri, along with the Missouri Sheriffs Association, were hacked by a group known as Anonymous.
Army Sgt. John Russell is accused of killing five service members at a mental health clinic in Iraq in 2009. His hearing started Monday.
Jacksonville coach Jack Del Rio ended the practice this season, saying players need to have more respect for each other.
A petition from downtown businesses and a Columbia City Council decision had forced Richard King to move his concert series to Forrest Rose Park in July.
A storm that blew through Boone County late Sunday afternoon knocked out power in some communities and broke tree limbs. The weather station at Columbia Regional Airport clocked the strongest gust at 62 mph.
FEMA said it would pay 90 percent of the debris removal costs from residential areas in Joplin and Duquesne if they were cleared by Sunday.
Five Truman State University students were hired to respond to odors from several Premium Standard Farms operations, but before they started, the university president cut the jobs — he was concerned about them getting wrapped up in legal disputes.
Pedestrians and motorists should be cautious while in the West Boulevard area and use alternate routes if possible.
The nonprofit investigation outfit inspects the property of clientele who think they could be in the presence of uninvited guests.
Copies of the poster can be purchased for $15 at Deck the Walls in the Columbia Mall and the city's Office of Cultural Affairs. Proceeds from the poster sales will go to various arts agencies in town.
Climate change is real, mankind has contributed to it and, in a year in which extreme weather patterns have led to countless deaths, the role of climate change is a question worth researching.
A tenant living above the restaurant heard part of the ceiling fall, thinking it was thunder.
The waiver system is designed to give schools in all 50 states relief from some of the law's testing mandates. Education Secretary Arne Duncan has said that if No Child Left Behind is not changed, 82 percent of U.S. schools could be labeled as failures next year.
Senators from North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Montana wrote in a letter sent to two top Corps officials that the agency must learn from this year's devastating flood season and apply those lessons to next year's plan.
The National Weather Service said the storm dropped up to an inch of rain in parts of Platte and Clay counties in less than an hour.