Services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Bach-Yager Funeral Chapel.
Officials determine that stormwater pipe system testing was the cause of a neon green substance found in a Columbia creek.
The drug cut prostate cancer risk by 30 percent without raising the risk of dying of an aggressive form of the disease as earlier results hinted it might.
Services will be 3 p.m. Saturday at Bach-Yager Funeral Home.
Officers arrested Damon Lamont Harris, 21, and Martinez Demetrius Jackson, 18, on multiple criminal charges following the July burglary at the 3200 block of Martha Drive, according to a Columbia Police Department release. Police also arrested Ladame Smith, 19, on Sunday in connection with the same break-in, according to the release.
Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones, a Republican from Eureka, says reducing taxes would help grow the economy, create additional economic opportunities and allow more funding for education. On Wednesday, Nixon renewed his objections.
An informational meeting will be held at 3 p.m. Aug. 25 at the Armory Sports and Recreation Center.
Shelby Miller said his arm felt fine coming off a two-pitch outing abbreviated by a stinging line drive off his elbow by Dodgers leadoff man Carl Crawford, but he gave up a pair of home runs as St. Louis lost 5-1 to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night.
After a 5-2 loss to Miami gave them their first defeat in eight series, the Kansas City Royals limp off to play five games in four days against AL Central-leading Detroit.
St. Louis catcher Yadier Molina plans to be in the lineup Thursday, the first day he's eligible to come off the 15-day disabled list from a right knee strain.
St. Louis Rams starting linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar was second on the team with a career-high 157 tackles last season. He will be able to practice and play in all exhibition contests prior to the opener.
Two boa constrictors kept in a traler home in Bourbon have gone missing, and two alligators have been found in the last week in Joplin and a lake near Atchison County, Kan.
The federal government plans to publish details online after final certification decisions are made early next month.
A Missouri couple and their lawyer from Kansas are accused of conspiring to transport contraband cigarettes to New York.
The oil paintings are of pastel-colored baby animals, weapons and bullets against a pale blue sky and figurines that are part-grenade and part-animal.
Joplin Health Department director Dan Pekarek suspects that the gator escaped or that its owner let it go because it was getting too big to handle.
Battle High School doesn't hold its first class until next week, but athletes are already practicing, teachers are preparing and kickoff activities are in the works.
While a new task force sets out to examine violent crime in Columbia, and the mayor pushes for a property tax increase to pay for new officers, the Police is left to deal with the force it currently has.
At a public forum Tuesday night, the Columbia Police Officers' Association suggested more officers could be hired using funds already available.