A panel of MU faculty and staff members met Thursday to discuss the progress of the strategic plan, which is meant to enact and oversee improvement to the university.
Boone County's court system has just one in-house interpreter, who speaks Spanish. For other languages, the courts use a phone translation service.
John Hall shares photos of his peony garden, which bloomed early this year.
With Thursday’s 9-0 victory against Glendale, the Bruins bettered their previous record from 2006, when Rock Bridge had a home winning streak of 66 matches.
Top lawmaker says investigation into Secret Service prostitution scandal will yield more firings, Defense Secretary says diplomacy remains first option in Syria, Afghan president condemns US troops photos and the Murdochs face UK ethics inquiry.
The Missouri House passed a measure making it more likely that Missouri, the first state to challenge the federal health care requirement, will block its implementation.
Republican Blaine Luetkemeyer proposed a bill that calls for limited editions of $1 and $5 commemorative gold coins honoring Mark Twain.
Freedom Movement at Mizzou is part of a nationwide campus campaign calling for action against the injustice of modern-day slavery, particularly, human trafficking. The movement’s purpose and hope is to raise awareness among college students about the realities of modern-day slavery and impassion them to join the fight.
The Secret Service is moving quickly to quell the scandal that erupted late last week, when at least some of 11 agency employees implicated in the incident brought prostitutes back to their hotel in Cartagena, Colombia.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned the photos printed in the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday, saying a quicker exit of international forces can prevent such missteps.
A number of states are combining unemployment benefits with on-the-job training, including North Carolina, New Hampshire, Utah and Missouri.
The Cape Girardeau County prosecuting attorney's office declined to press charges, but the university says its Office of Student Conduct is reviewing the incident because hazing is prohibited.
The steps the United States is taking to pressure the regime of President Bashar Assad include sanctions, direct non-lethal support to the opposition such as communications equipment and emergency humanitarian assistance of $25 million.
Rupert Murdoch and his son James, who have been at the hub of the long-running phone hacking scandal, will testify to Britain's media ethics inquiry next week.
Columbia Public School's 5th Grade Honors Choir is dedicating a concert to founder Susan Altomari. As an educator and music specialist, she has touched many people, her colleagues have said.
A proposed constitutional amendment would allow a new, electronic pull-tab game to help fund veterans' homes.
Clark, who died of a heart attack Wednesday, was the workaholic head of a publicly traded company, a restaurateur, a concert promoter and real estate investor.