The journalism schools at MU and University of Nebraska-Lincoln plan to ask the Federal Aviation Administration for permission to resume using aerial drones for news-gathering purposes.
Penn State will gradually get back football scholarships taken away over the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, the NCAA announced Tuesday, crediting the university for making significant improvements to its athletics programs.
A police report stated the gun was found Friday on top of a toilet paper dispenser by another legislative employee.
St. Louis often ranks high in crime ratings, and some officials in the region believe it's unfair because city and county crime stats are separate, unlike some other large cities. The county has a relatively low crime rate.
Columbia College cross country runners Lindsey Martin and Michael McCulloch were named AMC Runners of the Week for the second consecutive week.
On Tuesday, the Nittany Lions got some rare good news from the NCAA, which will restore some of the scholarships taken from the school as part of the punishment over the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Jonathan Toews and Co. are all set to go for their second consecutive NHL title and a historic third in five seasons. There was no salary-cap purge this summer, leaving the Blackhawks largely intact as they try to become the first team to repeat since the Detroit Red Wings won it all in 1997 and 1998.
With eight upcoming games across two states, the Cougars look forward to bonding as a team on the road.
As a state lawmaker, Hanaway led the Republican takeover of the Missouri House in the 2002 elections.
Trees must be at least 40 feet tall, fully branched and donated. The owner of the winning tree gets a personalized thank you from Gov. Jay Nixon and an invitation to the tree lighting.
Hickman softball defeated Jefferson City on Tuesday 3-2.
Police say the thieves stop those transmissions by covering satellite dishes with aluminum foil, which allows them to use counterfeit, maxed-out or stolen credit card without being detected.
Kansas City moved within three games of idle Cleveland for the second AL wild card with six remaining — all on the road.
U.S. officials said they were looking into whether any Americans were involved.
Jason Kidd is done saving the Nets as a player. The only way he can help them now is as a coach, and nobody knows whether he can have the same impact in a suit that he did in a uniform.
In separate speeches at the United Nations on Tuesday, President Barack Obama and new Iranian President Hasan Rouhini both spoke up for improved relations between the U.S. and Iran, signaling a possible restart in negotiations over Iran's nuclear program.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said security forces had defeated the attackers in a bloody four-day siege at a Nairobi mall. The Kenyan Red Cross has confirmed 62 deaths in the attack, but the figure is likely to rise as the building is searched.
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.