Derrick Washington's attorney waived formal arraignment and entered a plea of not guilty on the felony charge of deviate sexual assault.
About 30 people gathered at The Blue Note on Wednesday night to listen to a panel discussion about civil forfeiture laws. The gathering was sponsored by the Americans for Forfeiture Reform.
Officials in Scott County are working to pass a bill that would place non-violent state prisoners in house arrest using electronic monitoring shackles.
Hundreds of prospective jurors arrived at Manhattan, NY., to see if they are eligible for the first civilian trial of a Guantanamo Bay detainee, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani.
A 30-year-old man had a gunshot wound to the head.
A lawsuit filed by the Whitworth family claims the city and police officers violated their constitutional rights during a Feb. 11 SWAT raid at their Columbia home.
The lawsuit, which was filed Monday in the U.S. Western District Court, lists the city of Columbia, 12 police officers and "other, unknown police officer(s)" as defendants.
A woman told authorities she was raped by a man she knew, according to a police report.
The latest instance was the most severe, according to police reports. The physical examination of the victim's injuries, including bleeding in her left eye, is consistent with her description of the dispute, the report states.
Four locations for downtown cameras were proposed to the City Council and will be considered at its next Monday night meeting.
The Sheriff's Department met with the fugitive for a separate incident before learning he was wanted on parole violations and failure to register as a sex offender.
Columbia man arrested on suspicion of drug-related charges.
Officials said the victim was trying to gain visitation rights to his children.
A Columbia man was arrested after a pursuit through the city early Wednesday, according to the Boone Country Sheriff’s Department.
If the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District does not rehear Ferguson's appeal, his lawyer asks that the case be sent to the Missouri Supreme Court.
A witness relayed a description that seemed to match that of the suspects involved in a recent series of theft in Columbia.
Missouri ranked first in computer forensics and second both overall and in officer training.