The bill sent to the governor Thursday marks a compromise among some business groups and attorneys who represent injured workers.
The measure is the product of a Missouri Bar committee charged with updating the criminal code for the first time since 1979.
The powerful storm crushed buildings as it tore through the area, leaving some as just piles of planks and rubble. Trees and debris were scattered across yards, fences flattened.
It had been printed every two years until a 2010 law barred its continued paper publication. The intent was to save about $1.7 million in costs.
Another Rock Bridge offensive explosion, this one a 12-hit barrage, resulted in a 13-7 win over Camdenton on Wednesday in the Class 5, District 9 championship game.
The Boone County Commission is looking for a project manager to hire from a company that specializes in 911 centers.
Missouri golfer Jace Long played nine holes with Missourian reporter Andrew Wagaman a few weeks before the NCAA regional championships — before both graduate.
Five MU students relieved finals week stress and enjoyed the sunny afternoon on Wednesday at Indian Hills Disc Golf Course.
The Chihuahuas Gertie and Maude, who were part of Stephens College's "Legally Blonde: The Musical," have been adopted.
J. Karl Miller seems to believe that any change to Article 60 is contrary to the discipline of the military. Nothing could be further from the truth. It takes time for change to happen, and it will, even with Karl kicking and screaming that it can’t.
The Black Crowes recently released a live album and has been on tour in the United Kingdom and the United States.
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.