Cameras installed in four locations in downtown Columbia will begin recording for police use Friday.
Ted White was freed in 2005 after a legal battle that began in 1998 when he was wrongfully accused of molesting his stepdaughter.
Lee Carter's $1 million cash only bond was changed to a $1 million bond. The case's seven other defendants have upcoming court dates through October 31.
The male victim, who was stabbed in the back with a 6-inch blade, was taken to University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Mayor Bob McDavid has asked the police and the board to submit reports on the "current status" of the review board along with recommendations for what the City Council should do about the board.
As of Tuesday, no charges had been brought against a man suspected of exposing himself to an occupant of an adjacent stall in an Ellis Library restroom.
The "alligator man," Ken Henderson, is charged with suspicion of animal neglect, abuse and abandonment. Boone County Animal Control requested that he pay a nearly $2,600 fine at a court hearing Monday.
Five residents of the Sunrise Estates subdivision reported their cars had been looked through by intruders. One person reported theft.
Four people were arrested Sunday morning on suspicion of first-degree robbery and armed criminal action at Eastgate Apartments.
At about 10:54 p.m. Friday night, a man entered the back of the Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches as the assistant manager and two other employees were leaving, said Dave Hestir, director of marketing for Jimmy John’s stores in Columbia.
Columbia Police Department investigators said there might be additional victims.
Edward Taggart, 72, and Gilbert L. Love, 73, were struck by a car near mile marker 129.6. Earl William Hutcherson was charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter.
A Missouri Ozarks campground owner is facing accusations of purveying an illicit drug scene. A four-year state and federal investigation found "open sales" of various drugs at Camp Zoe.
David Wallis will take over his new position as the Missouri Supreme Court decides whether overloaded public defender offices, such as Boone County’s, can turn away cases if the effectiveness of counsel is undermined.
Veron Wilson received the maximum sentence for violating the civil rights of four inmates and lying to the FBI.
Boone County Sheriff's Department deputies arrested Elizabeth Moffett, 36, after receiving reports of a suspicious person in the 1300 block of Wagon Trail Heights.
If Cole County Circuit Judge Daniel Green deems the jury selection process to have been unconstitutional, a new trial could automatically be granted.
Chief Judge Phillip Fromme ruled that Bill Hetrick and Lynn Denton could be in the courtroom except during the testimony of Sean Kahler, Karen and James Kraig Kahler’s surviving son.
Joseph Roush said he was involved in some parts of incident but denied involvement in others.