Missouri Task Force 1 sent 80 of its members to Larimer County, Colo., to help victims of recent flooding.
Perez's insanity plea was accepted by the state in connection with the fatal beating of a patient at Truman Veterans Hospital in February. Psychological evaluations ordered by the prosecution and defense found that Perez was psychotic when he committed the crime.
The MU Museum of Art and Archaeology is moving to Mizzou North at the intersection of Garth Avenue and Business Loop 70 West. It's closing its campus location Monday.
A new MU program aims to help students meet the Peace Corps' application requirements and get a taste of service with a week-long experience abroad.
Harrisburg's 50-26 win over Slater was overshadowed by the losing team's special teams.
Dancers are vying to earn a spot on the Stephens College poms squad.
“It’s probably just a misunderstanding,” Ealy said. “I talked to Aldon a couple times. It’s not affecting his game at all. ... Everybody’s still going to love him.”
A contractor for Missouri's Medicaid program, Infocrossing Inc., sent personal information to incorrect recipients from December 2009 through June of this year.
The move to Stephens Lake Park caused some shuttle problems, but overall, attendees at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival seem happy with the new venue.
Carlos Beltran ended his drought with a tiebreaking shot, Adam Wainwright earned his 18th win, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat Washington 4-3, eliminating the Nationals from playoff contention.
Manning and the Denver Broncos rolled over the Oakland Raiders 37-21 Monday night. Denver's 127 points lead the league and are 31 more than second-place Green Bay.
The Battle softball team beat Mexico 2-1 on Monday.
Rock Bridge scored 10 runs in the bottom of the first inning on seven straight singles, and the team finished with 15 hits overall.
Maybe everything went haywire when Tony Stewart broke his leg Aug. 5. That's when co-owner Gene Haas went rogue, seizing the opportunity while Stewart was incapacitated to finalize a deal to hire the seemingly untouchable Kurt Busch.
Big 12 teams looking forward to playing each other after struggling against nonconference opponents.
Kony Ealy's game against Indiana earned him recognition from the SEC this week.
The son of two musicians, Robert Kvam played trumpet in several bands and had a love of big band jazz. Later, he taught accounting at MU and was much loved by students and colleagues.
Right now short-term lending is governed by a hodgepodge of state laws, with online operators coming up with ingenious ways to evade them. The industry needs uniform regulations and enforcement at the federal level.
Congress refusing to raise the debt ceiling is a bit like suggesting no one should pay bills.
This tool kit from the Missouri Department of Mental Health highlights resources to help youths with developmental disabilities transition to adult life.