SPRINGFIELD (AP) - A lieutenant at the U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield is facing up to three years in prison after admitting that he persuaded an inmate not to report being assaulted by a prison guard.
While the Milan Lady Wildcats continue to play competitive softball, lack of consistent offense are making wins tough to come by. There is so such problem for the 4-0 football Wildcats, who return home this Friday night for a conference home date with Knox County.
(columbiatribune.com) - The Missouri Chapter of the Sierra Club has endorsed a plan for a high-voltage wind energy transmission line, saying the Grain Belt Express Clean Line project would help move the state away from its reliance on coal.
(yahoo.com) - The Scottish electorate's rejection of independence was greeted with delight by Prime Minister David Cameron, who said that the victory margin of around 55%-45% had settled the issue "for a generation... perhaps for a lifetime".
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - Missouri will have a new government agency to help low-income and minority families after sometimes violent protests erupted earlier this year following a police shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old.
BELL, Fla. (AP) -- A man who spent time in prison a decade ago for the shooting death of his young son killed six of his grandchildren, including an infant, his adult daughter and himself in a rampage at a home where authorities in the small Florida town say they had been called to in the past.
The University of Missouri and the University of Connecticut have finalized an agreement for a home-and-home football series between the two schools, with a game in Columbia next season (2015) and a contest in East Hartford, CT in 2015.
In anticipation for possible postseason play at Kauffman Stadium, the Kansas City Royals have announced that tickets for potential Wild Card and American League Division Series games will go on sale to the general public this (Thursday) morning.