Click Appeals Denial of Missouri Unemployment BenefitsMizzou spokesman says the university is protected by Missouri statutes in revoking the former professors claim.
Protestors Pay Brentwood Target A VisitThey called for a boycott over company's transgender restroom policy
University of Missouri Reviews Rule for Campout ProtestsThe rule against camping overnight says a person can't create a ``bedroom or living room'' on campus grounds.
KC Woman Slaps Police Horse During Trump ProtestShe's facing a municipal charge of abuse of a police service animal.
Residents Protest Against North City NGA LocationProtester Larry Chapman told KMOX's Charlie Brennan he wants the NGA director to decide on a site -- and soon.
Protesters Want to Shut Down Local Jail for Gladiator FightsFrankie Edwards spent two years inside the medium security jail on Hall Street and says he was forced to take part in fights between inmates, arranged by guards.
Family Wants 2 Officers Fired After Allegedly Pointing Guns at Kids"I would like them reprimanded, I would like them taken off of the force," The Rev. Melissa Bennett says.
Missouri Professor Calls Her Protest Actions EmbarrassingShe calls the run-in ``a hectic and flustering moment,'' and says she wasn't calling for violence.
After Troubles in Columbia, Fewer Freshman Apply to MissouriSo far, the university's received 18,377 freshmen applications for the fall. That compares to 19,318 applications at the same time last year. However, it is 123 more applications when compared to January 2014.
University of Missouri System Governing Board Makes No Announcement After MeetingThe Board of Curators held an emergency session Wednesday evening amid racial tensions on the Columbia campus.
Lt. Gov. Kinder Calls for Mizzou to Investigate Staff Shown in Protest Video"I would immediately, today, begin an investigation. I would have the appropriate authorities at the school call them in and ask them to explain themselves. The video speaks for itself very loudly," Kinder said.
Mizzou Players Say Protest Shows Athletes Have PowerIt took only two days after the football team joined the protest and threatened to stay off the field until a black student protester ended his hunger strike for the target of their boycott to be gone.

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