Forty-two percent of eligible faculty accepted MU's voluntary separation program and will receive payouts of up to $200,000 each.
Under a new Missouri law, medical school graduates who don't get a residency will be eligible to become "assistant physicians" and can provide primary care in underserved rural and urban communities. But the devil seems to be in the details.
Douglass High School Principal Eryca Neville knows the students who walk by her office — not just their names, but also their stories. She constantly reminds them that she sees them — really sees them.
Former MU student Anthony Johnson thinks the large number of volunteers in Missouri bodes well for the Show-Me State's initiative petition.
Jack Lipp, 19, was at a party early Saturday morning when he fell off an outdoor balcony.
The fourth Title IX administrator candidate, Richard Olshak, held an open forum Thursday at Memorial Union. He spoke about his goals, changing MU's culture and keeping Title IX in the forefront.
Stephens awarded a scholarship to a homeless eighth-grader in New York. She can use the money to attend the school whenever she graduates high school.
Keep Columbia Free is collecting signatures for petitions against City Council's decision to increase the purchasing age of tobacco and vapor products as well as banning the use of e-cigarettes indoors.
A petroleum expert says he expects gas prices to stop dropping soon, and that the low prices aren't a bad sign for the economy.
The program, which helps people pay heating bills, has already used more than half of its federal funding for the year.
Roads slick after overnight snowfall.
The suspect was arrested on suspicion of five counts of robbery in the first degree, five counts of armed criminal action, one count of unlawful use of a weapon and nine counts of kidnapping.
The fourth and final candidate for MU's Title IX administrator position, Richard Olshak, will participate in an open forum at 3:45 p.m. Thursday in Stotler Lounge III in Memorial Union.
Battle High School is Rachel Bennett's "home away from home." The assistant principal and single mother of seven balances her fierce dedication to her students with her children at home.
Ellen Eardley, the third candidate for the position, explained how her background in law and women's studies would make her ready to go in the job, if chosen.
Dozens of people showed up, some holding signs saying, "The smallest coffins are the heaviest" and "#prayforpeshawar."
Columbia City Council members felt private interests should help bear the costs of the proposed contract with Retail Strategies.
In April, Columbia voters could see a ballot with a proposed stormwater utility rate increase and an electric utility bond issue of $60 million.
Total accumulation is anticipated to be between 1 to 2 inches.
Two Columbia residents were arrested after a Boone County Sheriff's deputy located a vehicle reported stolen from Callaway County in the Budget Host Inn parking lot.