Two of the teens, Lauren Oliver and Christopher Lenzen, were high school graduates preparing to attend college. Lenzen planned to attend MU.
James Crocker's defense is expected to be a test of Missouri's castle doctrine, which allows for lethal force against threatening intruders.
House Majority Leader John Diehl sent a letter to colleagues about his fundraising plans if he is nominated as speaker. Rep. Caleb Jones sent a similar letter, but it did not mention fundraising.
Jevon Mallory, 18, faces a felony assault charge after Blythe Grupe, 19, says he choked her in a bathroom at the Kirkwood bathroom.
The money will be used for a collaborative clinical effort between the university's nursing, pharmacy, dentistry and social work schools.
Missouri's Joint Committee on Education is looking to address the hurdles faced by students transferring from unaccredited school districts.
The Columbia phenom is playing Friday night along with the Reverend Horton Heat and Wayne "The Train" Hancock at 9th Street Summerfest.
Gerald E. Roberts, 42, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Jesus Mendez-Castenada, 25, was arrested in connection with Tuesday's accident that injured four people.
Two suspects knew Tre'Veon Marshall before he was killed and were acquainted with Bryan Rankin, a teenager who was murdered last year, a prosecutor said.
Between Richard McKeever’s class and work schedules, owning a business is no small task. Even so, his clothing brand, Arrognt Empire, has thrived since it began this year.
Corby Roberts started his knife sharpening business, Blade Runner Sharpening, after meeting a family friend who sharpened knifes in San Francisco. Before that, he worked as a salesman.
Paul Nahon, a 2011 graduate of Glendale High School in Springfield, won multiple tennis state championships with the school. He recently had transferred to Colorado College.
Mary Crowell was rescued from underneath an overturned vehicle and treated for "non-disabling" injuries Thursday.
Bob Gerau's fireworks collection has an estimated value of $100,000. Gerau said as a young kid, he always had an interest in fireworks. He opened his first fireworks stand 48 years ago.
With seven days to go before the Tigers' final scrimmage of fall camp, here are seven questions that still need answers.
Missouri Republicans acknowledge they've met with Wolfe but won't state whether they intend to vote in favor of overriding Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of House Bill 253.
Three teens have been arrested in connection with a July fatal shooting in Columbia. Two were charged with first-degree murder, and another was charged with hindering prosecution.
See what's new around town and at MU, and Stephens College and Columbia College. And, Tigers football fans, here's what you can expect this season.
Residents learned how to paint layers during an art class at The Canvas on Broadway.