The majority of voters in Boone and seven other counties and the city of St. Louis approved the measure, but it failed nonetheless.
Columbia Police Department spokeswoman Latisha Stroer said the "vehicle-to-vehicle" shootings began on Skyview and Green Ridge roads.
Despite the physical toll, many members of the Outlaws, a men's rugby team open to all ages, stay with the sport because of the camaraderie the players share.
MU graduate dies at age 51.
In the hours after the election Republicans and Democratic leaders said they are willing to steer toward compromise, as messy as it might be.
Delta's decision came on the heels of a city announcement that it had reached a deal in which American Airlines would provide flights to and from Chicago and Dallas-Fort Worth in exchange for a two-year, $3 million revenue guarantee and other incentives.
Maine and Maryland became the first states ever to approve same-sex marriage by popular vote. And in Minnesota, voters rejected a proposal to place a ban on gay-marriage in the state constitution, a step taken in past elections in 30 other states.
Richards and her family learned the news at a watch party at The Blue Note on Tuesday night.
Sheila Robertson of Columbia died Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. She was 51.
Eighth Street from Walnut to just north of the Eighth and Walnut Parking structure exit will be closed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday.
Michele Gail Brown was arrested on suspicion of financial exploitation of an elderly woman she resided with, along with three other charges.
Holiday and craft festivals, such as the King's Daughters Holiday Festival, begin this weekend in Columbia.
David Craig of Centralia died Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012. He was 73.
Columbia Police were seeking Rashard L. Bigham in connection with a shooting Tuesday near the Women's and Children's Hospital on Keene Street.
Charles D. DeCarr III was arrested on suspicion of sexual exploitation and other related charges.
Investigators were called to four different crime scenes in northeast Columbia.
Republicans had renewed control of the House within their grasp early Wednesday as the two parties traded gains from the Eastern seaboard to the Southwest.
An exit poll by The Associated Press found that a majority of Missouri voters said U.S. Rep. Todd Akin's comments about rape factored into their vote. Women were slightly more likely to admit to their consideration of the comment when making a voting decision.
MU freshman Adam Olson made up his mind shortly after the first presidential debate on Oct. 3 because he preferred Obama's education plan to Romney's, he said.
On the morning after Election Day, we took a look at mid-Missourians' reactions to statewide ballot proposals, and to other national political issues.