The suspects, all under the age of ten, are connected with vandalism at Cedar Ridge Elementary School.
Paul Smith introduced 4-year-old Alisa Maier to a neighbor as his nephew.
A California resident was the first person to file a complaint about the Feb. 11 SWAT raid with the Citizens Police Review Board.
Family and friends of Edward Acosta, who went missing May 28, question the few details that are available about the night of his disappearance. He left the University Hospital without transportation back to Pulaski County, and remains found July 2 in a wooded area behind Rock Quarry Road are likely his.
A California marijuana activist filed the first complaint with the Citizens' Police Review Board. It will be considered by the board at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
The Columbia Police Department arrested a second suspect in connection with the rash of shootings that occurred last week.
The department was awarded $40,000 for training enhancements.
Seven adult pit bulls and eight puppies were rescued in Southwest Missouri.
The annual Missouri DARE Officers Association hosted a car display Wednesday night. The officers showed patrol cars and "tricked out" vehicles before getting rained out.
Alisa Maier was cleared by a St. Louis hospital this morning and was able to leave with her parents.
The 4-year-old girl was taken from her home Monday night, as she played outside with her brother.
The arrests were a result of the "You Drink & Drive. You Lose" campaign.
Courtney May-Rainey was sentenced to three years for each charge, which will be served concurrently.
More than 900 additional signatures were added Tuesday to the petition that would ban Taser use in Columbia. The petition had been 494 signatures short of being presented to the City Council.
The FBI Fugitive Task Force in Kansas City arrested Marquez Lawhorn for first degree assault in relation with the July 1 shooting near Stanford Avenue and Ash Street.
Starting in January, judges will have to give attorneys a chance to research claims made by jurors.
The downtown police force is using data from MU and a Wisconsin police department to guide its operations.