A grant that MU received in June to recruit student poll workers resulted in 320 interested students - well beyond expectations.
Among his goals are continuing the university’s efforts to increase enrollment and maintaining a good relationship between the institution and the community.
The jury deliberated for less than two hours before giving Richard Davis the death sentence for killing an Independence woman.
The governor’s Office of Administration said the state took in $507.2 million in July, a 5.2 percent increase over the $482.4 million collected in July 2007.
The singer plans an acoustic concert Oct. 4 at Buckner Brewing Co. in Cape Girardeau. Proceeds will benefit Mississippi Valley Therapeutic Horsemanship.
Rachelle Morris has been charged with second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of Joshua Morris at a city park in Republic on Sunday. Joshua Morris had served on Republic’s Board of Alderman from 2005 to 2007
Two winning tickets for Saturday’s jackpot were sold: one at Apple Market in Kansas City, the other at Amvets 48 in De Soto. The winners will share the jackpot.
Gregory Wadlow has been sentenced to 30 years in prison.
A worker at Predator World near Branson was critically injured in a tiger attack on Monday — the second time in two days that a worker at a Missouri exotic animal facility was attacked by a tiger.
Both Hulshof and Steelman have planned final campaign stops that branch away from southwest Missouri.
The quickly erected walls against flood waters have become bloated, smelly eyesores for some communities.
Man says he attacked 32 women in the Kansas City area as part of a 2006 plea deal. Now, police are looking for the victims he claims to have raped.
As the last person born in the historic black enclave of Pennytown, Virginia Huston has spent much of her life working to preserve the history of a community founded in 1871 by a freed slave.
After a gunman robs a couple at an ATM in Kansas City, police said that the man shot the robber in the head.
Court documents say the suspects were bored and looking for someone to kill when they came across the cyclist.
All the personal information was password-protected and encrypted, the company said, but it would not say how many people are affected or when the theft occured.
The company was hired to overhaul Missouri's computer system for driver's license and motor vehicle records and was supposed to get $1 from the sale of every record before lawmakers limited the price to one-half of a cent for bulk orders.
The Life Sciences Fund of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce's political action committee has become a significant financial player in Kansas politics in recent months.
A Michigan firm reached a $100,000 settlement with the state attorney general's office over consumer protection lawsuit.