Mizzou Assistant Professor Click SuspendedMelissa Click pleaded not guilty to third degree assault on Tuesday.
Missouri Lawmakers Consider Concealed Weapons in CollegesA Senate committee heard testimony Wednesday on two bills that would expand gun access on campuses.
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.
Federal Lawsuit Begins Against Ferguson-Florissant School DistrictThe ACLU believes the district is violating the Federal Voting Rights Act in electing his board members.
University of Missouri Temporarily Bans HoverboardsMore than 30 universities nationally have banned or restricted hoverboards on their campuses in recent weeks, saying they're unsafe.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Blake Ahearn, Clayton BasketballThe former NBA and Team USA basketball player, Blake Ahearn, is back in his hometown.
Mo. Senator Files Bill Requiring Students to Use Facilities That Match Biological Sex"What we've tried to do is draft something that allows appropriate protections for all children without having to change the world view of the 999 because of one," Emery says.
Police Charge 6 In Abduction of 2 College StudentsPolice said the two students are Illinois natives and were abducted, held hostage, and one suffered a gunshot wound to the leg.
University of Chicago Calls Off Classes Over Online ThreatStudents who live on campus are advised to stay indoors.
Students for Planned Parenthood Frustrated by Mizzou LeaderMizzou for Planned Parenthood organizer Dina van der Zalm says a Wednesday meeting with interim Chancellor Hank Foley to talk about how the school could help the clinic was canceled.
University of Missouri Curators Ask to Hear from StudentsThe University of Missouri Board of Curators on Thursday announced it wants student input during a Friday meeting.
Police Begin New Program to Interact with StudentsThe expanding program that is now in three schools takes a dozen students and introduces them to the law and police.