Deputy who fatally shot driver acted appropriately, investigation finds

A deputy fatally shot an intoxicated driver who pointed a gun at him during a traffic stop.

To glimpse fall foliage, tourists may have to travel later

Leaves are changing color later, and scientists are trying to understand why. 

Missouri Department of Transportation eliminates 667 staff positions to cut costs

The savings are part of a five-year plan to cut costs on staff, equipment and facilities. So far, MoDOT has saved $177 million.

Rock Bridge volleyball team sweeps Hannibal

The Rock Bridge girls volleyball team improved to 21-5 this season with a 25-15, 25-12 victory Thursday at Hannibal.

St. Louis police release OccupySTL protesters

The St. Louis Police Department released a group of OccupySTL protesters who were arrested early Thursday. The protesters were were arrested for ignoring warnings to vacate a St. Louis park. 

Big 12 votes to begin negotiations with TCU

Missouri did not participate in the vote on the advice of legal counsel.

OccupySTL demonstrators arrested in St. Louis for curfew violations

The 10 demonstrators were arrested more than two hours after the park in St. Louis closed for the night.

C-SPAN bus visits MU today to educate about government, campaigns

The bus will be open to students, teachers and Columbia residents from 1 to 3:30 p.m. today.

MU Faculty Council to discuss academic freedom policy

A proposed policy being discussed at MU's Faculty Council meeting Thursday afternoon is intended to protect classroom academic freedom and to ensure that faculty and students feel comfortable engaging in open dialogue in the classroom. Some have concerns about the policy as it is written now.