The MU School of Accountancy ranks nationally for research productivity and exam scores.
Neighborhood residents requested the lights, which will be installed starting Monday.
Sandra Plunkett has been charged with first-degree murder.
Two men who pleaded guilty for a 1989 killing are asking the judge to overturn the sentences because they were decided by a judge instead of a jury.
The winners have not stepped up yet.
Gen. George Casey Jr. toured the sprawling southern Missouri post on Tuesday.
The Intersection needs the community's votes to win $250,000 in the Pepsi Refresh competition. The organization needs the money to buy its property and make improvements.
Fans of Missouri basketball will be able to watch the Tigers take on North Alabama despite the removal of KOMU from Mediacom's line-up.
A new examination found that the researchers who published the initial study linking the MMR shot to autism altered facts about patients in their study.
The lowlights include the cotton-ball incident at the Black Culture Center and Derrick Washington's suspension from the MU football team.
The Missouri men's basketball team dominated North Alabama 98-58 in the Tigers' last nonconference game of the season.
Two adults were injured in the shooting, and no students were harmed after a student opened fire at an Omaha high school.
Allen West of Florida was sworn in Wednesday.
Following a shooting incident with a robbery suspect, police have one man in custody and are looking for a second suspect.
Entries in the Show Me the Errors contest for December dropped off sharply after the two leaders. Overall, there were 154 reported errors — mostly typos and erroneous punctuation.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Do you agree with the City Council's vote to oppose the EPA's plan for Hinkson Creek?
The City Council voted to oppose the EPA's recommendation to reduce runoff by 39.6 percent. Some city officials have questioned the data the EPA used to come to its recommendation.
Five council members side with the staff position saying a 40 percent reduction in stormwater runoff is unreasonable.
There are a growing number of language immersion schools in the U.S., but language instruction in regular schools is actually decreasing. For years, scholars have studied the phenomenon of American's tendency to disregard the importance of language learning and, while theories have been developed, the future of language remains uncertain.
Jarrett Sutton said that after graduation, he will stay in school to get his master’s degree in either educational administration or health science so he can complete his eligibility with the Tigers.