Students questioned whether a lack of transparency and communication among school officials and students were partly to blame for the problems at the Henry W. Bloch School of Management.
Delinquent taxpayers would need to pay their bills between July 1 and Sept. 30 to qualify.
Attorney General Eric Holder called the federal report a "searing" portrait of a police department that he said functions as a collection agency for the city, with officers prioritizing revenue from fines over public safety and trouncing the constitutional rights of minorities.
Dennis Andrew Ball ran in 2012 as a write-in candidate. He's now looking toward 2016 by promoting his platform in all 50 states.
The bill caps noneconomic damages, including pain and suffering, at $350,000. The cap would not limit economic damages such as lost wages or medical bills resulting from the wrongdoing.
Carlos Vargas-Aburto has been acting president of Kutztown University of Pennsylvania since July.
Other changes made Tuesday include cutting more than $74,000 from the budget for Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's office.
The proposed bill would bar insurers in Missouri from accepting subsidies from the federal government.
The 153-day year will include longer days so students will have the same amount of instructional time.
Zoo officials say the grizzly bear "Bert" was euthanized Tuesday at age 25. He had been in ill health with age-related problems.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports 43-year-old Douglas Hahn pleaded guilty last month to two felony counts of first-degree child molestation involving a 10-year-old boy.
The suspended officer is former president of the Ethical Society of Police.
Brian S. Hoskins is charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, possession of a controlled substance and acting as a wholesale drug distributor without a license.
Cara Spencer, defeated veteran Alderman Craig Schmid in the 20th Ward. Schmid had been on the board since 1995.
Danforth expressed "overwhelming anger that politics has gone so hideously wrong" during a memorial service that drew many of Missouri's top elected officials and hundreds of others.
The report chronicles discriminatory practices across the city's criminal justice system, detailing problems from initial encounters with patrol officers to treatment in the municipal court and jail.
The Joplin School District's general fund balance is expected to drop to $4.6 million at the end of the current fiscal year after rebuilding five schools following the 2011 tornado.
Republican Rep. Elijah Haahr of Springfield's bill would allow homeschooled high school students to participate in activities sponsored by the Missouri State High School Activities Association.
Prosecutors have said they plan to seek the death penalty if Frazier Glenn Miller is convicted.
Willie J. Sanders is being held in Jackson County on charges of kidnapping, burglary and assault in a case from last year.