Rachel Updike becomes the first Big 12 gymnast to win the award three weeks in a row.
Gary Wayne Palmer, 46, faces one year in prison and two years of supervised probation.
Mizzou College Democrats held a watch party at Boone Tavern to view President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address on Tuesday night. While the college-aged Democrats are optimistic about Obama's 2012 campaign, they are also apprehensive about their prospects after graduation.
A Forum Boulevard improvements meeting was held Tuesday night to inform Columbia residents about projects proposed to reconstruct problem areas of Forum Boulevard.
At its meeting Tuesday, members of the Downtown Leadership Council expressed concern about a staff report that would dissolve its duties into the Downtown Community Improvement District.
A Laddonia man, James Napoleon Woods, 41, was arrested Jan. 23 in connection with a home invasion robbery that happened Jan. 19 in Columbia.
Missouri's tobacco tax is the lowest in the country. Rep. Mary Still, D-Columbia, hopes to boost the tax per pack to pump money into education.
Six iPads and one laptop were stolen from Lee Hills Hall last October.
Features include solar panels that can heat 80 percent of the tower's hot water and an irrigation tank that collects rainwater for plants.
With a win against Hickman, Rock Bridge will extend its home winning streak to a duration of three years.
The stickers were found Tuesday near the offices of Democratic senators, some of whom have opposed Republican-backed legislation related to President Obama's health care law.
Martin Scorsese's Paris adventure "Hugo" leads the Academy Awards with 11 nominations, among them best picture and the latest director nod for the Oscar-winning filmmaker.
The bill, which will be sent to the full Senate after a 7-2 vote Monday, would require anyone except deputy registration officials to register with the Secretary of State's office.
Kewpies seniors Andrea Drake, Paige Nelson and Kimberly Lake hope to add another road victory to their record Wednesday at Rock Bridge.
The league's unbalanced schedule, involving Thursday-to-Saturday games, has some teams favored, some teams not and basketball coaches upset.
There were stickers depicting crosshairs on the nameplates of at least five Democratic senators and on House Republican office. The Missouri Capitol Police and State Highway Patrol were investigating the stickers.
Expansion of government financial information posted online would increase accountability and show citizens plans for debt repayment.
Citing privacy concerns, three suburban St. Louis grade schools have taken away activity monitors used in physical eduction classes.
Sisters Berta Sailer and Corita Bussanmas are co-founders of Operation Breakthrough, a nonprofit daycare for poor children.
Many of the rescued animals are malnourished and won't be ready for adoption for weeks.