The bookstore launched 11,111 Ping-Pong balls from atop the building at 11:11:11 a.m.
The BEC postponed the election announcements to finish an investigation of a slate.
Billingsley-Kooi received 44 percent of the total votes.
Two men were arrested while sitting in a vehicle at the Rainbow Softball Center listening to loud music and drinking beer.
Transgender Awareness Program includes both serious and celebratory events.
The storage space is now up to 15 gigabytes.
Two arrested after disturbance at Ragtag Cinema Officers arrested two minors on Tuesday morning on charges of drug and alcohol ...
Congressional Medal of Honor winner Sgt. Salvatore Giunta spoke to students on Tuesday.
Administrators have met to discuss how to better handle inclement weather.
The new rate will take effect April 1.
Rob Sanders was fired in September after an incident involving excessive force in a holding cell.
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The explosion caused damages to farms, roads and infrastructures.
Community members can provide their input about the proposed changes at public meetings.
Robert Johnson was arrested on suspicion of his connection to the three burglaries.
City Hall will accept artist applications until Nov. 18 to complete the ‘Percent for Art’ project
The award-winning Missouri Automated Criminal History Site allows the public to request criminal history checks online.
MU has seen a 17 percent increase in first-time enrollment of international students.
The former MU chapter of Amnesty International disolved a few years ago.
Universities held a statewide competition to register students to vote.