Jerry Trump, a former janitor at the Columbia Daily Tribune, cried multiple times during his testimony recanting statements he made during Ryan Ferguson's 2005 trial.
Students in Columbia Public Schools are taking Missouri Assessment Program grade-level assessments through Tuesday. Scores from the MAP test are used to determine whether schools meet benchmarks set up under the No Child Left Behind Act.
Guenther Goldsmith told his story of leaving Germany in 1941 to come to St. Louis. After high school, Goldsmith was drafted on behalf of the United States to fight against his home country in World War II.
Witness testimony in the Ryan Ferguson hearing continued Tuesday morning with forensic pathologist Larry Blum.
The Cougars have won nine of their past 10 games after sweeping a doubleheader against visiting Benedictine-Springfield on Tuesday to end the regular season.
After a relatively slow start, the Bruins stole six bases between the third and fifth innings in a five-inning, 12-2 run-rule victory Tuesday over visiting Smith-Cotton
Superintendent Lynn Proctor said the policy was reintroduced several months ago after several long-term student suspensions related to drug possession. The policy would affect seventh- through 12th-graders who participate in extracurricular activities and the student parking program.
In 10 years as dean, R. Lawrence Dessem has reformed the MU Law School's career services and helped carry on a sense of community in a profession he loves.
Organizations like the American Legislative Exchange Council use citizens as pawns to pass laws that benefits themselves and similar corporations.
The council will consider a resolution at its next meeting to rescind a portion of the Feb. 6 resolution that deemed more than half of Columbia as blighted.
The photography project, titled "Pictures that Speak: A Photographic Display on Living with HIV/AIDS in mid-Missouri" tells the stories of eight mid-Missouri men with HIV/AIDS.
"Joye radiated self-contained dignity without passivity," said Robert Logan, a longtime friend and colleague of Ms. Patterson, and former associate dean of the Missouri School of Journalism. "She truly had the ability to care."
Jake Alexander was 3-for-3 for the Kewpies and hit a game-tying home run in an 8-6 victory Tuesday over Jefferson City.
The awards honored MU faculty, staff and students for facilitating the internationalization of MU and its programs.
Avalene Kruger of Blackburn died April 15, 2012, at Apple Ridge Care Center.
Rebekah Laupp chose to follow her brother, who swam for Drury from 2008-11, to the Division II swimming and diving powerhouse.
Jerry L. Case of Columbia died Saturday, April 14. He was 63 years old.
Avalene (Hogan) Kruger died Sunday, April 15, 2012, at Apple Ridge Care Center.
Despite the dreary weather, birds of all kinds were out to play and flowers continued to bloom. Reader John Hall shares his photos from the weekend.
Doodling can aid a person’s memory by expending just enough energy to keep one from daydreaming, which demands a lot of the brain’s processing power.