The central Missouri teenager pleaded guilty last month to second-degree murder in the 2009 killing of her neighbor, 9-year-old Elizabeth Olten.
Former Kansas City Chiefs coach to be the Steelers' new offensive coordinator.
The St. Louis Rams will play one game per season at Wembley in London. Tickets for the Oct. 28 game go on sale Monday.
After losing their homes in a deadly May 22 tornado, customers of Vivint, a Utah-based security company, are still paying bills to protect their uninhabitable buildings.
The two Republican presidential candidates criticized each other from afar one day before the Colorado and Minnesota caucuses.
Tea party activists are shifting their support to Mitt Romney after losing hope in other Republican presidential candidates.
Newt Gingrich's Center for Health Transformation and the Gingrich Group hired lobbyists, according to lobbying disclosures and corporate reports, but he said his consulting group has never lobbied for clients.
The legislation would allow school districts to lease advertisements on the interior and exterior of school buses. A portion of the advertising revenue would pay for student transportation.
Elements of the housing bureaucracy has kept initiatives that would help hard-pressed homeowners from working at the level they were intended.
The Super Bowl half-time show experienced a significant gaffe when network censors failed to cut away from an offensive hand gesture made by British performer M.I.A. The incident prompted speedy apologies from NBC and the NFL.
Columbia's Historic Preservation Commission is set to honor six properties as Most Notable in 2012.
Columbia Telephone Building, Missouri Hall, Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority House and the Harry Satterlee Bill and Florence Henderson House are among those honored on the 2012 Most Notable Properties list.
Members of the Downtown Leadership Council and the Downtown Community Improvement District met in January to discuss a potential merger between the two. The City Council will consider each group's call for increased cooperation at its meeting Monday night.
The Tigers (21-2, 8-2 Big 12) are one of three ranked teams in the Big 12, all in the top 10.
The approval of the ordinance would make the designated taxi stands in downtown Columbia permanent.
With Missouri trailing Kansas by six points with fewer than four minutes to play, English walked into the team huddle and told his teammates that they were going to win the game.
The Missouri men's basketball team rallied in the final minutes to beat Kansas 74-71 Saturday at Mizzou Arena. With Missouri joining the Southeastern Conference this summer, the basketball game may have been the last played between the rivals in Columbia for the foreseeable future.
Sports celebrity appearances, fireworks and a spot on national television all added to the hysteria that made up what could potentially be the last chapter for the 104-year-old rivalry in Columbia.
The new technology will help meteorologists to identify the shape of precipitation particles, allowing for increased certainty about the volume, rate and type of precipitation.
Images of Columbia residents enjoying a warm February, MU students preparing for the Kansas game and shots from the men's basketball victory were among last week's best photos by the Missourian staff.