University of Central Missouri
A former University of Central Missouri student from Saudi Arabia who was accused of paying his roommate to kill a Warrensburg bar owner has left the country nearly three weeks after charges were dismissed.
The president is expected to highlight a new state program that fast-tracks students to college degrees when he visits the campus of the University of Central Missouri.
The government of Saudi Arabia posted a $2 million bond in April to free 24-year-old Ziyad Abid, but a judge rejected it because it wasn’t posted by a licensed bail bond agent.
Mathematicians at the University of Central Missouri found the 17 million-digit prime number last month.
Ban includes all university-controlled buildings.
WARRENSBURG, Mo. (AP) __ Former President Bill Clinton challenged University of Central Missouri graduates last night to join his efforts to reduce energy consumption to prevent global warming. The two-term Democratic president also received an […]