Belinda Gay Hulen of Columbia died Saturday, Sept. 14. She was 53.
Michele Kennett received a new title and a bigger workload when she took on additional responsibilities on Tuesday.
The motive for the mass shooting — the deadliest on a military installation in the U.S. since the attack at Fort Hood in 2009 — is a mystery, investigators said.
The Columbia College men's soccer team won 6-0.
Baseball was played in the nation's capital Tuesday, just a short walk from where a gunman killed 12 people at the Navy Yard military instillation. It was another attempt from the world of sports to restore normalcy when things really aren't normal.
After a set of rule changes in 2012 boosted the Powerball payoffs, organizers of the country's other big lottery, Mega Millions, are planning changes to create bigger jackpots.
The auditor's office will be the only statewide position on Missouri's November 2014 ballot.
The Kansas City No Violence Alliance will use the Justice Department money to focus crime-fighting efforts, the group says.
Attorneys for Mark Woodworth say a private detective tampered with a bullet removed from Lyndel Robertson.
Aaron Alexis, the gunman who opened fire Monday in Washington Navy Yard and killed 12 people, acquired a shotgun in spite of complicated gun laws.
After days of heavy rain, clearing skies and receding waters allowed crews to intensify their search efforts and assess the damage of the historic floods.