U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill discussed sexual assault prevention at the University of Missouri Saturday afternoon just hours after MU police said a sexual assault occurred near Memorial Union on campus. McCaskill said society needs to change how it treats victims of sexual assault.
Fayette man is charged with kidnapping and assault after woman found beaten. The police said they found blood on a sofa cushion, pillows, side of a chair, and blood on a bed sheet in the room where Wooldridge had kept the victim. You can now read the full story on our website.
Have you ever wondered what your dreams mean? The Columbia branch of the School of Metaphysics is hosting a hotline this weekend where people can call in and ask dream experts what their dreams mean. You can call the hotline at 573-449-8312 between now and Sunday to have your dreams interpreted by experts for free.
Everybody dreams, but few people know exactly what they are dreaming about. Experts at the newly revamped School of Metaphysics in Columbia will host a hotline this weekend where they will interpret dreams for free.
MUPD arrested a second suspect Tuesday in connection to the assaults on MU's campus over the weekend. Police are still looking for four other males that were involved with the assaults. If you have any information, you're asked to contact Detective Sam Easley at 573-884-3721 or Crime Stoppers at 573-875-8477.
According to the Warrenton Fire District's Twitter account, the westbound portion of Interstate 70 near Warrenton is now open after an ammonia leak shut down the highway this morning. They do, however, say the eastbound portion will be closed "for an unknown amount of time." If you are in the backup, please send your photos as we would like to use them in our newscasts today.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is offering free boat safety certification courses this spring in support of "The Drive to ZERO Highway Deaths" campaign. The last free boat safety certification course is on May 9 at Tan-Tar-A Resort.
The number of high school students using electronic cigarettes has spiked in the last year, according to a new report from the CDC. What do you think could be done to curb the trend? Does something like Columbia's ordinance banning tobacco purchases for those under 21 help? Let us know your thoughts as they could be used in Today's Talk.
Rescued dogs in Missouri may soon have a place to rehabilitate before they go on to new homes in Missouri. The Missouri chapter of Dogs Deserve Better is raising money to build a home where dogs can make the transition from outdoor to indoor living. Have you rescued an animal before? How well did it transition into your home?