The sprinkler system that saved much of the library’s collection also caused most of the damage.
Daron Martez Peal, the supposed shooter in the death of Aaron Hobson last October, was sentenced to 25 years for second-degree murder and 20 years for armed criminal action, to be served consecutively.
Callaway County Sheriff Dennis Crane said the incidents are not thought to be related.
MU's main library is expected to reopen Tuesday morning.
A monitored phone conversation between the woman and an inmate revealed that she'd promised to bring him some "Scooby snacks," according to police.
Daron Peal, who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and armed criminal action in July, was sentenced Monday.
An MU spokesman said the library will remain closed Monday but will reopen at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Students were not allowed near the area while police searched the car. Police found a marijuana blunt and a .45-caliber semi-automatic handgun during their search.
Police detained three people after an incident stemming from a traffic stop on Business Loop 70 East.
Kahler said in a court filing that trial costs and a trust fund established for his son, Sean, have exhausted his funds.
A woman was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of receiving stolen property after she accidentally fired a gun into the floorboard of the car she was in.
The town of Troy is the latest among four dozen towns and four counties in Missouri to require a prescription for drugs containing pseudoephedrine. The law goes into effect Oct. 1.
Police were dispatched Tuesday at 9:54 p.m. to investigate reports of an argument involving weapons.
Watch an interview with Sangeeta Shastry, the Missourian reporter who covered the Kraig Kahler capital murder trial in Kansas.
Mark Cochran and Elizabeth Denman, dubbed "Bonnie and Clyde," were sentenced to prison in the aftermath of a high-speed chase and a kidnapping.
A 17-year-old was arrested at a Petro Mart on multiple charges, including second-degree robbery and assault on a law enforcement officer.
A man was convicted of five counts of sexual assault against at least two of his children Tuesday. Evidence in the trail demonstrated that the man had sexually abused his oldest daughter for 10 years.
Unlike other parts of eastern Missouri, St. Louis County doesn't require prescription for pseudoephedrine, which is used to make methamphetamine.
Suspected for a robbery on North Kathryn Street, Jimmy Joseph Talton was held on a $4,500 bond.
A wrongful death lawsuit was filed against Aaron Hansberry by the parents of MU student Caitlin Valora for a motorcycle accident caused last August.