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Representatives from Columbia's Nora Stewart Early Learning Center spoke to the council about bringing the federally endorsed Creating Lasting Family Connections Program to the center.
It's the first time I've ever openly supported any kind of fee, any kind of tax in my career," said Gov. Mike Parson at the Missouri Community Betterment Awards Banquet.
In 2017, Jeremy Terrell Humphrey shot and killed a Kansas City man, Nathan Taylor. In his sentencing hearing Monday, Humphrey maintained that the shooting was in self-defense.
The couple alleges the city cut the trees in the summer of 2017 without providing just compensation.
Missouri House of Representative candidates will answer questions at a public Columbia Disabilities Issues Forum Thursday at Woodhaven.
Christopher Latrell Moore was arrested on Aug. 20, 2017, after a standoff with police.
Karl Swope was in the Boone County Jail on $10,000 bond.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott thanked line workers from the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives for helping restore power near the state's capital.
Inductees include David Rees, Dave Marner, and Thelma Blumberg, who is only the eighth woman to be inducted into the Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame.
The classes will be held throughout the day on Tuesday and are open to the public.
Demetres Washington pleaded guilty Friday to involuntary manslaughter and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child for the crash that killed her daughter.
Construction workers for the Royal Inn motel were working on the walkway when cement began to fall.
The wrongful death lawsuit related to Kenneth Suttner's death has been moved back to state court after a judge dismissed several federal charges.
The Bank Purchase Award went to "Lidded Vessel" by Russell Adams, and "Dying Coral Reef" by Jeanne Bintzer won The People's Choice Award.
The local mortgage lender received the award Sunday night at an annual convention.
Temperatures late Monday and early Tuesday were expected to drop below freezing for the first time this autumn.
Descriptions of the reported thieves were similar, according to the Boone County Sheriff's Department.
Flocking together, local "birders" enjoyed camaraderie and spotted birds during their second time participating in the worldwide Big Sit event.
Missouri Task Force 1 performed search and rescue operations Saturday before receiving their first showers and hot meals in two days.
Madison Lawson, who uses a motorized wheelchair to get around, has grown accustomed to being asked tone-deaf questions. That was part of the inspiration for her award-winning podcast, "The Obvious Question.