A former DNA investigator testified that Kraig Kahler's blood was found at the murder scene.
Pamela Q. Henrickson, a graduate of the MU School of Law, will represent the Fourth Congressional District on the board.
The drill looks scary. The hits are hard, the hits are loud and no evasive maneuvers are allowed by the players getting tackled.
An unidentified object flew in front of the van, and the driver mistakenly "hit the gas," according to Columbia Police Department Public Information Officer Latisha Stroer.
Severe storms in Sedalia caused damage to the Missouri State Fairgrounds and electricity outages.
Missouri freshmen excelled in the preseason volleyball scrimmage.
The Missouri State Teachers Association is protesting the law that prohibits private communication with students through social networking websites.
Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer refused to attend the meeting because he's frustrated that downriver governors want to focus solely on flood mitigation and navigation.
A strong storm caused widespread power outages and blew over a Missouri State Highway Patrol communications tower.
Missouri Head Football Coach Gary Pinkel has promoted two veteran members of his coaching staff — Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach Dave Steckel and Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach/Recruiting Coordinator David Yost.
The designation of the counties as primary disaster areas would allow farmers to receive financial help from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency.
The county commission is contemplating two methods of management for the fairgrounds. The shift relieves the Boone County Fair Board of its day-to-day duties with the fairgrounds.
"Return to the Forbidden Planet" is the final play in a summer series presented by the Maplewood Barn Community Theater. The play is being performed at the Stephens Lake Park Amphitheater.
The adoption campaign is coordinated with International Homeless Animal Day. The animals younger than 5 years old will be discounted by $20, and any 5 years and older will be free.
Changes to the conceal-and-carry law that take effect Aug. 28 lower the minimum age required to apply for a permit from 23 to 21, establish new qualification requirements and expand the right to carry concealed weapons at the state Capitol.
The city should charge for the use of public streets when private individuals — such as Richard King — stand to profit from closures.
The "Teen Garage Band Bash" will start at 7 p.m. at the parking garage at Sixth and Cherry streets.
Twenty-four of the 520 school districts in Missouri failed to meet the required amount of performance standards set by the state.
The work is part of the $9.8 million project to build a new diamond interchange near the Columbia Regional Airport.
Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed funding for the programs in the state's largest metro areas. The cuts will save an estimated $1.2 million in the next fiscal year and $1.7 million a year afterward.