Columbia native Simon Barrett brings his thriller "V/H/S" to the 2012 True/False Film Fest. Barrett said his film is unrelenting and aggressive with its compilation of fake, gory home movies found by the film's characters.
The Columbia Chorale will be performing a concert of short, but important, works.
The award-winning second volume textbook "Energy and Resource Systems" earned MU professors Tushar Ghosh and Mark Prelas the Texty Award. The professors said they created the book because they didn't think there was a good textbook for their energy and resource systems class.
Missouri traffic crash reports are posted online at the Missouri State Highway Patrol's website and available there for 29 days.
The National Institutes of Health grant will help students learn how to address various social and behavioral factors that are linked to health outcomes.
The majority of tourist attractions are still open after Wednesday's storm, and people are encouraged to visit Branson despite the recent distaster.
Attorney General Chris Koster advises people to watch out for hoaxes like charity scams and individuals posing as disaster officials.
Although six theaters and 22 hotels and motels were damaged in Wednesday storm, tourists are still encouraged to visit the music hub.
After twisters on Wednesday killed 13 people in four states, those living in the Midwest and South have been warned of another bout of dangerous weather expected for today.
The legislation would only allow a man to get a vasectomy to protect him from serious injury or death.
If passed, the bill would remove the state's lifetime ban on food stamps for convicted drug felons. Some officials, though, fear drug users would sell their food stamp cards to get money for more drugs.
Several Missouri counties were under a tornado watch this morning, which came with reports of quarter-size hail.
The tornado injured dozens of people and damaged six theaters and 22 hotels and motels.
Branson business owners hope historically high gas prices won't deter tourism, but will be ready to act if they continue to rise.
Souls Harbor, a 30-year-old homeless shelter, has paved the way for numerous other organizations to assist Joplin's rising homeless population.
Gedlu Metaferia's nonprofit has helped about 30,000 African immigrants and refugees over three decades, but it will likely be forced to close due to a lack of funding and grants.
Missouri is currently one of nine states that gives a lifetime ban on food stamps for convicted drug felons.
The Federal Trade Commission began investigating last year if oil refineries are keeping gas prices unnecessarily high.