The dean of the College of Education called a news conference to say James is still a finalist, and that the selection process will be fair and transparent.
Former Peace Corps volunteers in Columbia, who are hosting the Third Goal International Film Festival on Saturday at the MU Student Center, share their own stories of serving overseas.
The Missouri Bar Criminal Justice Task Force issued a list of recommendations for the state funding of the public defender system, which has been in a state of near-crisis for years.
Ferguson's petition alleges errors and bad judgment on the part of the Cole County judge who most recently denied him a new trial.
Two separate incidents regarding open records this week showed that journalists are not the only citizens using the Missouri Sunshine Law.
Wolfe discussed record enrollment growth, strategic priorities in his annual address.
In June, the Missouri Contemporary Ballet will perform "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."
Last year’s Tigers were great at it, nine guys following the veteran leadership of Kim English and Marcus Denmon, translating to a 30-5 record. But this year’s team is different.
The group announced its support for Laura Nauser over opponents Mark Jones and Susan "Tootie" Burns at its quarterly membership breakfast.
The Columbia Police Officers’ Association said selling the dog at such a low price “demonstrates the continued fiscal irresponsibility and misinformed decision making surrounding Fano.”
The man was discovered by two Air Force ROTC cadets early Friday morning and then taken to University Hospital.
Deandre Pennington's senior season – and high school career – was in jeopardy after a knee injury, but he has made a speedy recovery and plans to rejoin the Kewpies as they hit the season's home stretch.
A gas leak at an apartment complex Friday afternoon led to evacuation.
Several events around town mark Black History Month.
Read the prepared text of UM System President Tim Wolfe's presentation at the UM Curators meeting Friday morning.
Two-year-old Madison, a therapy dog, travels with her handler Ron Harder as a member of the Rock Community Fire Protection District's public outreach program.
Since Matt Tabor began to target excessive tardiness and absenteeism at Benton High School, the school has noted a marked improvement.
The Sunshine Law currently allows fines of up to $1,000 against officials or governmental bodies who "knowingly" violate it. The legislation would reduce the fines to $100 but no longer require that violations were "knowing."
The bill would allow criminal charges and civil lawsuits against doctors for performing abortions on women who they know are seeking to end a pregnancy solely based on gender or potential physical or mental disabilities.
There are about 300,000 fewer hunters today than a decade ago and the number of hunters in the overall population has fallen from 7 percent to 6 percent. So, bring in the kids.