Community members in Fulton are coming together to send donations to people affected by the flooding in Louisiana. The Fulton Sun’s office will be accepting donations this week Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. The office is located at 115 East Fifth Street in Fulton.
Despite unrest, the University of Missouri's Law Enforcement Training Institute will welcome an extra-large class of trainees on Monday. Read our story to find out why the police academy's assistant director thinks enrollment is trending upward.
UPDATE: J'den Cox has won a bronze medal in the 86 kilogram weight class. He defeated World No. 3 Reineris Salas Perez of Cuba 3-1. Read our story for a full recap of Cox's day wrestling in the Rio Olympics.
The Missouri Department of Transportation and Missouri State Highway Patrol will start using new technology in helicopters to track drivers as part of the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign. What do you think about the campaign?
The University of Missouri will enroll fewer students this semester than in recent years, according to preliminary totals released Monday. However, school administrators may still have cause for optimism. Read our story to find out why.
Jessica Aschoff and Michael E. Miller, suspects in the armed robbery in Pike County, were arrested in Columbia Saturday morning. Miller was taken to a local hospital for injuries not related to his arrest.
KOMU 8's Friday Night Fever Game of the Week features Centralia taking on Highland. Check out our story on the Panthers' unusual defensive formation, and tune in for coverage on all the games happening around Mid-Missouri on KOMU 8 News at 10.