Missouri State will have a committee study the report and recommend changes to curriculum, training, recruitment, and campus events and activities.
Lawmakers in nearly a third of the states have introduced bills to restrict public access to recordings from police officer-worn body cameras.
Lawmakers in at least 15 states have introduced bills to exempt video recordings of police encounters with citizens from state public records laws, or to limit what can be made public.
The 1860 coins, five of which have been appraised to be in fine or extremely fine condition, are worth an estimated $6,000.
A civil war veteran will be buried with his family in southwest Missouri after his remains went unclaimed for more than a century. He will be buried April 11.
The fire started Thursday when the baby was left unattended while his mother went inside a business, police said.
Senators voted 26-5 Thursday to lift restrictions on the bonds that had been intended to pay for a new mental health facility at Fulton State Hospital.
The city proposed new regulations Thursday that would lower permit fees for individual drivers.
The measure ensured businesses are not responsible for withholding taxes on tips employees fail to report.
Police said the children's father, Bill Williams, killed them before a 23-hour standoff Sunday at an apartment complex.
Branson Fire Chief Ted Martin says the fire started in a storage room near the kitchen area.
Authorities say that during three years as treasurer of Sappington Elementary School's PTO, Winifred Wright stole the funds that was supposed to pay for school outings and visits with Santa Claus.
Nancy Brickhouse will start as the Missouri college's chief academic officer starting July 1. She will replace Ellen Harshman, who is retiring after nearly 45 years at the school.
The $465 million Mercy Hospital Joplin features 205 private rooms and features that will make it better able to withstand another disaster.
Missouri is the only state in the U.S. that has not established a prescription drug monitoring program, which would create an electronic database to track prescribed controlled substances.
Missouri ranked last out of the 50 U.S. states in welfare policy in the Heartland Institute's "2015 Welfare Reform Report Card." According to a news release from the Heartland Institute, "Missouri has consistently scored the lowest grades on welfare reform" since 1996.
The committee substitute bill included an amendment that would allow anyone who had a valid industrial hemp license to grow the plant in the state.
Missouri schools that participated in a 1974 fundraiser might have limited-edition prints by Missouri artist George Caleb Bingham. The original Bingham drawings are on display at the St. Louis Art Museum until May 17.
Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday nominated the Joplin chief to replace former Director Daniel Isom II, who left after only six months on the job.
Republican businessman and donor David Humphreys released a signed affidavit saying Republican consultant John Hancock told him on Nov. 24 that Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich was Jewish.