A Missourian analysis finds blacks are stopped by Columbia police for "investigative" reasons four times more than the state says they ought to be, based on their share of the population.
The idea that voter ID laws lead to voter suppression is a political charade and grossly exaggerated.
Golden is Tolton's first golfer to qualify for the state tournament.
Columbia police asked to search Henry Durst's vehicle after questioning him about a nearby disturbance, said Public Information Officer Latisha Stroer.
Mr. Boles entertained his friends at fish fries and barbecues and had a habit of cooking more food than was necessary.
Mr. Boles graduated from Union High School in 1963. He was a member of Dripping Spring Christian Church.
Sarah Darr, a 2013 graduate of Columbia FFA, has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by Joe Machens Ford Lincoln and Ford Motor Company.
Royals starter Jeremie Guthrie hadn't lost in his previous 19 starts.
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Nine of the 17 European Union countries are in recession. The eurozone's economy contracted for the sixth straight quarter.
The bill, which passed the Missouri Senate 25-8 Wednesday, would force the Revenue Department to stop scanning driving applicants' documents and securely destroy copies of already scanned documents.
The Cardinals scored the go-ahead run in the seventh on a wild pitch in a 4-2 victory over the New York Mets on Wednesday night.
Google also announced expansions to its game services and tools for coders at its annual software developers' conference in San Francisco.
The two-part legislation is intended to reverse some of the consequences stemming from a 2005 state law that overhauled Missouri's workers' compensation system.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that two cases of explosives were taken Monday night from a business near Troy.
Missouri districts that lose state accreditation currently have two years before state education officials can step in.
Newly acquired quarterback Alex Smith has had success over the past two seasons and is a part of the formula that the Chiefs hope turn things around.
A decision by the panel found that former Democratic Sen. Robin Wright-Jones used campaign money for personal expenses such as food and clothing, as well as other reimbursements and reporting infractions.
Jan Brunstrom-Hernandez, who founded the Cerebral Palsy Center at St. Louis Children's Hospital 15 years ago, has cerebral palsy, giving her a special empathy for the people she treats.
The cuts are part of massive legislation that costs almost $100 billion annually and would set policy for farm subsidies, rural programs and the food aid.