Mike Alden, MU's athletics director, discussed Frank Haith for the first time Wednesday at a kickoff party for Missouri football boosters. When asked if he supports Haith, Alden replied, "We support the NCAA process."
Steve Jobs resigned as the company's CEO Wednesday, saying he can no longer handle the job.
On Wednesday, a Kansas City psychiatrist contradicted his partner's Tuesday testimony, saying that Kraig Kahler was capable of premeditation in spite of his psychological problems.
After an injury derailed his season last year, Donovan Bonner used his time on the sidelines to get ahead as a linebacker. Now he has the chance to prove it on the field.
Former students of William "Mac" Jones remember his enthusiasm for Shakespeare and his ability to relate to them. Jones and his wife, Ruth Ann Jones, were found dead in their home last week, possibly of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Parshall succeeds Vicki Riback Wilson as director. The job will become full time when he takes over.
The bipartisan plan hopes to rehabilitate more offenders and save state money by enforcing tougher jail terms to only those offenders who warrant such punishment.
While rebel leaders moved to set up a new government, Moammar Gadhafi vowed not to surrender.
With the temperatures in the 90s and humidity making things even more miserable, the Missouri football team held a relatively light practice Wednesday.
Nixon's budget director defends staff transfers to separate state agencies saying they are an efficient use of resources.
People were dancing in the streets to the music of Jimmie Vaughan, The Bel Airs and The Mojo Roots on Wednesday at 9th Street Summerfest. The Blue Note hosted the event as part of its series of free outdoor concerts.
The school announced Wednesday that starting in fall 2012, it will add five new athletic programs, doubling the number of sports available to student athletes.
Residential Life at Columbia College held a party for students Wednesday outside Miller Hall. Among the events were an egg toss, string fights and human ice cream sundaes.
The Columbia Downtown Leadership Council is suggesting a tax-increment financing district downtown to help fund projects.
Thirty-five residents were unable to move into their new apartments at The Grove in Columbia, and some who were able to move in on time complained of unfinished or poor construction work.
The House Budget Committee questioned Gov. Jay Nixon and his actions concerning relief funds for Joplin. The governor set aside money without knowing exactly how much money is needed for relief.
Laughter prevailed at a memorial service for an MU School of Law professor who died Monday. Greg Scott was loved by students and colleagues for his humor and kindness.
Volunteers will work throughout the community that was struck by a devastating tornado on May 22.
As support for Gadhafi weakens, Libyans hunting him released a $2 million bounty and amnesty for anyone who kills or captures him.
An experimental trial for drawing new ward boundaries would make sure incumbent council members do not get drawn out of their wards. This article explains Trial F and touches on other trial options.