A Jeep parked on the 3300 block of Appalachian Drive was shot in the rear windshield, and officers found five spent casings near the vehicle.
The woman woke up to a man who had gotten in her bed and began to touch her sexually, according to the release.
Only 2 percent of that food from 150 countries is inspected by the government at ports and borders. About 50 percent of fruit eaten by Americans and 20 percent of vegetables are imported.
The probe is focused in part on her short-lived presidential bid.
Bragging about killing dogs on Facebook led to arrest.
Highway was closed after two tractor-trailers and two vehicles collided early Friday near Faucett.
Rule will help license people who will help state residents search for health plans on an online marketplace.
Some Democrats said allowing a bill that nullifies federal gun-control laws to be vetoed is career-ending, especially in Missouri's rural areas.
The Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge had its final piece of structural steel installed Friday.
Raul Delgado, a Jefferson City man, recently published "Ghosts of 1968." More than 800 people have copies so far.
In part, President Barack Obama used his Show-Me State visit to repeat his call for Republicans to show the nation specifics of their alternatives. And he promised to listen.
Without a great public education, that core promise our nation makes to all children, they won’t have the preparation they need to get a good job and grow our economy.
For Ed Franko, guiding others to big bass is more than just a job, it's a passion.
The Missourian's annual "Collegetown" edition takes a look at what students will need to know before moving to Columbia and adjusting to college life with tips on things such as buying football tickets and staying healthy.
City Manager Mike Matthes intends to release his proposed budget Friday morning, a day after the Columbia Police Officers' Association called for the city to hire additional officers.
The University of Missouri System denied an advisory council's request for syllabuses on the ground that they were intellectual property.
Boone County plans to hire six full-time positions to expand 911 services using the funds from a three-eighths-cent sales tax passed in April.
The video has been shared by other fire departments across the country and by Facebook users around the world.
University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe said several prospective search candidates have indicated interest in the job. Members of the chancellor search committee were named Thursday.
Participants between the ages of 8 and 22 were judged on showmanship, while their furry friends were judged based upon their body type and condition.