Thursday’s march through Central Missouri was much calmer — albeit with mixed reactions from spectators — than the racial slurs and waving Confederate flags that “Journey for Justice” marchers faced the day before as they walked through the Rosebud community.
Organizers of the NAACP’s “Journey for Justice” march from Ferguson to Jefferson City have said they want state leaders, including Gov. Jay Nixon, to hear their message of a need for change to end police brutality and racial profiling.
Millions were spent successfully advertising for and against hot-topic proposed amendments to the Missouri Constitution during an election cycle unusually devoid of high-profile campaigns for office.
The University of Missouri has hired the provost of Florida State University for a similar role at the flagship Columbia campus.
Bryan Burwell, a longtime sports columnist with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, died Thursday after a short battle with cancer. He was 59.
A 23-year-old man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in a 2012 shooting outside a popular Joplin dance club.
A songwriter and producer who wrote hits for pop and country artists from Buddy Holly to Eddy Arnold has died.
A Kansas City couple will serve nine years in federal prison without parole for a scheme that targeted financially struggling clients.
A Mexican national living in Missouri has pleaded guilty in a conspiracy to sell thousands of fake identifications to people who are in the U.S. illegally.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing a Kansas City suburb for pulling over a driver for flashing his headlights at oncoming drivers to warn that a speed trap was ahead.
A southwest Missouri man broke two vertebrae but survived a harrowing fall off a cliff while hiking in northern Arkansas.
Officials in an eastern Missouri city have approved an ordinance that prohibits distracted driving practices such as fixing hair and makeup and programming GPS devices.
A lawyer for a man seeking a divorce from his husband argued Wednesday before the Missouri Supreme Court that the state should dissolve the union, even though the state constitution doesn’t allow same-sex partners to wed.
The stepfather of Michael Brown has apologized for angry comments he made after the grand jury decided not to indict the police officer who killed his stepson, but said his remarks had nothing to do with the arson and looting that ravaged Ferguson and the surrounding area.
Had a front seat to witness Missouri history for 40 years on the beat
Even outside the recording booth, Bob Priddy’s voice is smooth and deep, perfect for radio. On Monday, he retired as Missourinet’s news director after spending 40 years covering the legislature, crusading for open government and becoming an authority on state history.
University of Missouri Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin issued a public statement Tuesday night responding to racist comments allegedly being made by MU students on social media where they can stay anonymous.
Police are investigating Michael Brown’s stepfather for angry comments on the streets of Ferguson after a grand jury decided not to indict the police officer who fatally shot his stepson, a spokesman said Tuesday.
A member of a group working on revisions to Missouri’s Common Core education standards said Tuesday he won’t resign, bucking the direction of House Speaker Tim Jones, who appointed him.
A recent hammer attack that killed a 32-year-old immigrant has members of St. Louis’ sizable Bosnian community embracing some of the same tactics as Ferguson protesters — albeit in hopes of attracting a stronger police presence rather than opposing it.
American Airlines plans to start using larger jets next year at Columbia Regional Airport to carry more passengers to Chicago and Dallas.