According to the Department of Justice, Missouri could lose 10 percent of its federal funding under the Justice Assistance Grant Program if the General Assembly passes House Bill 301.
The Bruins sealed an 18-3 win Wednesday night.
The Missouri men and women's golf team have a pair of freshman hailing from Scotland, the country where golf was invented.
Three officers with the Columbia Police Department attended the training, hosted by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Missouri, in Jefferson City on Tuesday. Human trafficking crimes are now under the Street Crimes Unit of the Criminal Investigations Division.
The goal of the event was to help students relax and to destigmatize campus services that students are sometimes reluctant or embarrassed to use, Counseling Center outreach coordinator Christy Hutton said.
President Barack Obama challenged new generations Wednesday to seize the cause of racial equality and honor the "glorious patriots" who marched a half century ago to the very steps from which the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke during the March on Washington.
Jefferson City State Capitol hosted a Freedom March on Wednesday for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington led by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced tax credits totaling $955,848. The credits will go toward a variety of organizations focusing on education and health for Missouri youth.
Michael Porter, formerly the director of basketball operations at Missouri, will move into an assistant coach's role on for the Missouri women's basketball team, coach Robin Pingeton announced Wednesday.
At the National Cathedral in Washington, the central bell tower played "Lift Every Voice and Sing" from the carillon. The bells rang for about 15 minutes to mark the moment when the speech was delivered.
No immediate threat was found, and the lockdown was lifted around 11 a.m. School officials were still trying to determine who wrote the message and when it was written.
Writer Deborah Miller asks whether Rep. Vicky Hartzler votes based solely on her own opinions or on those of her constituents.
In 1963, Gene Robertson traveled to Washington, D.C., to witness the March on Washington, where Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. Nimrod Chapel, stationed in Asia, listened through the radio.
Chase Senor loved the great outdoors, especially hunting and fishing, and spending time with his family.
Hickman softball wins season opener 14-1 in five innings.
All memory loss may not be attributed to Alzheimer's. It may in fact be the result of old age and the lack of a specific protein.
Missouri's Military Medal Return law took effect Wednesday. An attempt to return over $750 million in unclaimed military honors to veterans.
Investigators search for owner of the Maitland Opera House, Kenneth Rainwater, who has been missing since Saturday, when the building was destroyed by a fire.
An attorney for superintendent Mark Ficken said an investigation by the school district found Ficken was not involved in inappropriate actions or statements.
The new law allows an additional fine for violations that occur close to where law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel or tow-truck operators are responding to a roadside issue.