Attorneys for a Missouri teenager who admitted killing a young neighbor girl are contending that a troubled childhood and an antidepressant drug may have contributed to the murder.
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Two bills that would provide incentives for building underground data storage centers and for drawing amateur sporting events to Missouri have cleared a State House committee.
Public schools all around Columbia will put on a number of events to celebrate and educate the community about Black History Month this February.
A Missouri lawmaker wants to let school districts lease advertising space on buses to help cover transportation costs.
A Missouri lawmaker has proposed legislation that would require members of the General Assembly to be subjected to random drug testing during the session.
The search for the University of Missouri's next president was guided by one unwavering principle: keep candidate names secret. But such confidential searches are hardly the norm on the MU campus.
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill seeks to avoid closing rural post offices under her proposal to maintain six-day mail delivery.
A Democratic House member from southwestern Missouri plans to run for lieutenant governor.
The Black Archives of Mid-America recently completed renovations on a new exhibit and archive space and also welcomed a new executive director, Doretha Williams.