Shaking was felt at the White House and all over the East Coast, as far south as Chapel Hill, N.C. Parts of the Pentagon, White House and Capitol were evacuated.
The Missouri State Teachers Association is seeking an injunction to halt implementation of the bill, while the Missouri National Education Association is seeking to have the issue addressed by the state legislature.
Teammates call redshirt freshman cornerback Xavier Smith the "Swag King." He has the upbeat personality and sense of humor to warrant the nickname.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission was not immediately aware of any damage at nuclear power plants in the Southeast.
Incomplete testing on evidence has delayed the trial, once scheduled for Sept. 13, until early 2012.
An auto paint store burst into flames at 4:45 a.m. Investigators are searching for the cause of the explosion.
The magnitude 5.3 quake — a high magnitude for Colorado — hit on Monday night. Although some homes were damaged, no one was injured.
The Hickman softball team opened the season Tuesday with a three-inning 18-0 victory over host Boonville.
After 12 years as a volunteer with Columbia Second Chance adoption center, Valerie Chaffin hopes to expand the facility's reach as executive director.
With the season opener a little more than a week away, the MU football team is working on its final preparations for the 2011 season.
A 5.8-magnitude earthquake centered northwest of Richmond, Va., led to evacuations throughout the East Coast.
MU professor Cooper Drury believes that Islamic fundamentalists could create an autocratic state unresponsive to the needs of its people. He fears that a change of government could also disrupt international relations.
A Kansas City-based psychiatrist testified that the murder suspect "couldn't refrain from doing what he did." But under cross examination, he confirmed that Kahler referred to his daughter as "rotting corpses."
The Ward Reapportionment Committee will hold a public hearing on Sept. 7 to discuss re-allocation of the First Ward with the public.
Mayor Bob McDavid outlined his strategy to revamp the city bus system Monday night, including a plan for a transit task force, "hot routes" and a transit board separate from the Public Works Department.
Local filmmaker's competitive bird-watching documentary featured on PBS.
The lawmakers contend the flooding is a result of management decisions made by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, a federal agency.
The charismatic professor died Monday after collapsing in Cornell Hall.
The exhibit, which is sponsored by the University of Missouri, hopes to help preserve the Malayan tiger species.