The school has faced a steady stream of problems since auditors issued a scathing report in January. The report found the academic journal article was not subject to the same rigid standards as top academic papers.
John Muhammed had said the March 12 shooting was a "setup between members of the police fraternity."
The money is coming from offshoots of APS Healthcare and Innovative Resource Group over claims that the companies submitted false Medicaid claims.
A boy with Asperger's syndrome required hospitalization after an attack in the cafeteria of his middle school.
Court documents say that when the boy wouldn't stop crying, his father became angry and injured the baby.
The Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith recently sent a request to the Archdiocese of St. Louis to remind clergy members they are not allowed to participate in events that promote the so-called visionaries.
Legislators want to make July 1 "Lucile Bluford Day," after an African-American journalist who sued MU in 1939 to challenge Missouri's Jim Crow laws.
Cecil Clayton was put to death by injection after Gov. Jay Nixon denied a clemency request and the nation's high court turned aside appeals claiming Clayton was mentally incompetent.
Attorneys for Cecil Clayton said that he had an IQ of 71 and that psychiatric evaluations indicated he didn't understand the significance of his scheduled execution or the reasons for it, making him ineligible for execution under state and federal law.
Republican Rep. Dan Shaul believes the measure will protect consumer and retailer choice.
Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder said President Barack Obama joined in inciting the mob and "encouraging disorder in Ferguson."
Right-to-work legislation was sent Tuesday to the full Senate, but a Senate committee failed to move forward with what supporters call a "paycheck protection measure."
A toddler in New York died in December after drinking liquid nicotine used in electronic cigarettes.
The measure endorsed Tuesday would add the advertising of sexual acts with a minor to Missouri's law against sexual trafficking.
Preliminary autopsy results indicate that both children died between 24 and 48 hours before the standoff in southwest Springfield ended, Police Chief Paul Williams said.
Defense attorney Jerryl Christmas suggested police may have roughed up his client, Jeffrey Williams; police say these assertions are false.
Six officials from Ferguson have resigned or been fired since a federal report was released.
Businesses would have to create a written plan for relocating and show creation of additional jobs in the state.
An affidavit from a Secret Service agent says Cameron Stout had several conversations during the past week with a confidential informant who is a former Aryan Nation member about plans to kill the president.
Celebrations will continue throughout the week and end Saturday.