Group celebrates its legacy and future plans with a gala celebration Saturday in Columbia.
With Arkansas State's Blake Anderson in crosshairs, sources confirm some members of Board of Curators have reservations.
Julie Hutton sells made-from-scratch croissants, macarons, learning to make them when missing what she grew up with in France.
The fast-food chicken restaurant would be located southwest of Providence Road and Locust Street.
This position is the first of its kind in Boone County, focusing on ID checks and restricting access to minors.
Event allows students to demonstrate through debate their mastery of constitutional issues.
The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced how those interested in producing hemp can start applying and registering for the 2020 growing season.
The plan aims to reduce future flooding risk.
The suspect, an MU student, was arrested by MU police Wednesday night on three counts of sodomy in the first degree.
About half a dozen people have applied for a first-of-its kind job to draw election maps that are fair and competitive.
A former priest is suing for libel and slander after being included on a list of alleged abusers of children.
A man who admitted sending emails to job applicants to a St. Louis health clinic telling them that their names were too “ghetto” to be hired has been sentenced to four years of probation.
A medical examiner says drug overdoses killed two inmates who died within hours of each other in early October.
The grant, from the U.S. Department of Justice, totals nearly $500,000.
Missouri Coalition for the Environment filed the lawsuit Monday in response to weakened nutrient protections for state lakes.
Cranktivus is a food drive bike ride that donates to Central Pantry. Cyclists will meet noon Saturday at Walt's Bike Shop.