Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith was the head coach at Miami for the past seven seasons before being hired by the Tigers in April.
The fiscal 2012 budget proposed by City Manager Mike Matthes calls for giving most employees a raise of 25 cents per hour. Union representatives say it's a step in the right direction.
Karen Kahler's divorce attorney, Dan Pingelton, said his client's husband had "introduced Sunny (Reese) sexually" to the couple, wanting to add another partner to his marriage.
Nevin Shapiro, who is now in prison for running $930 million Ponzi scheme, was a Miami booster between 2002 and 2010.
We are often too apathetic or naive to listen to those around us, but we should pay attention to those seeking peace.
Most of the prosecution’s witnesses Tuesday afternoon were law enforcement officers who took part in the cleanup and evidence collection effort after the shootings.
A large group of players are competing to succeed Carl Gettis as the Missouri football team's punt returner.
The issue was prompted by complaints about the regular street closings for the 9th Street Summerfest concert series.
Attendees will have brunch while watching a Missouri Tigers football practice.
About 200 people attended a hearing to express concern about the Army Corps of Engineers' plan to rebuild the Birds Point levee to 51 feet — 11 feet below its height when it was intentionally breached.
Dale Helmig was freed from prison after a northwest Missouri judge ruled he was a "victim of manifest injustice" and two state appeals courts upheld that decision.
The proposed Missouri ballot initiative would limit interest rates on payday, car-title and other short-term loans to 36 percent.
Admiral Noel Gayler was one of several retired, high-ranking U.S. military officers who have called for the abolition of nuclear weapons.
Boone County Hospital now provides free health screenings through the Know Your Numbers mobile health unit.
Thaddeus Thompson admitted to involvement with robberies at Martinsburg Bank and Trust and Regions Bank, a police spokeswoman said.
The American Civil Liberties Union has sued a central Missouri school district as part of a campaign to stop schools' Internet filtering software from blocking access to educational websites about gay, lesbian and transgender issues.
The inmates' lawsuit argued that Missouri does not get valid medical prescriptions for the drugs used to put prisoners to death.
The purpose of the act is to prevent teachers from using Web pages and social networking sites to foster inappropriate relationships with students, but it is unlikely the law will clear the First Amendment in its entirety without a fight.
A “Clothesline of Quilts” has spread through three counties in mid-Missouri. The Boonslick Trail currently includes 25 barn quilts, with the goal of 20 in each county.
The new owners of the Boots Motel in Carthage, which opened in 1939, have plans to renovate it and reopen it as a tourist site and boutique motel.