Casey Lewis, the second man convicted in the April 2013 murder of Brian Daniels, will be sentenced in April. James Thompson was convicted in January.
The prosecution tried to tie Lewis more closely to James Thompson, who was convicted last month of plotting to kill Brian Daniels.
Terrence Harvey, 17, was arrested Thursday night. He will be tried as an adult.
After pleading not guilty in November to a charge of first-degree murder in the stabbing death of his wife, Donald Rowland will now face a lesser charge of first-degree involuntary manslaughter.
Matthew Felts faces felony charges in connection with allegations that he stalked a woman in late December 2014.
Casey Lewis, 26, of Stonewall, Oklahoma, is charged with first-degree murder in Daniels' death.
Ian Francis Burow was sentenced to 15 years in prison for child pornography to run concurrent with a 20-year federal sentence.
More than a quarter of those surveyed said they opposed legalization entirely, even for medicinal use.
After leading a state trooper on a car chase, Robert Jean Jackson, 40, slipped in a creek, hit his head and was subsequently arrested.
Robert Eugene McTye, 38, was arrested after the Boone County Sheriff's Department learned that synthetic cannabis was being sold at Room 110 of Royal Inn.
Two men, one armed with a handgun, attempted to rob a man in the rear parking lot of Boone County National Bank branch late Wednesday morning.
It is unclear whether an arrest will be made after a woman reported she was raped Sunday at an MU residence hall.
Two Columbia residents were arrested Tuesday night after a license plate reader recognized their car as stolen.
A man in the home was hit in the face with a handgun and sent to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Officers found 2 ounces of methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia at a residence on Highway UU.
Nineteen defendants were charged in a 40-count indictment for marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine conspiracies. Seven are Columbia residents.
According to the probable cause statement in the case, the victim was visibly intoxicated when the assault occurred in the 800 block of Richmond Avenue. This is relevant to the charge.
Columbia police are investigating an armed robbery of the Break Time convenience store at 2205 N. Stadium Blvd. on Tuesday morning.
According to the Uniform Crime Reporting statistics, there has been an overall decline in reported violent crimes and property crimes in Columbia between 2013 and 2014.
In a speech to the Muleskinners, Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton said he has worked to improve accountability in the department and implemented wider use of body cameras.