After 15 years on Fulton’s Board of Education, Rodney Latty stepped down Wednesday night as the board welcomed the newly elected Verdis Lee Sr. into the fold.
The president of William Woods University, Dr. Jahnae H. Barnett, has been selected for the Hall of Fame at her alma mater.
A South Callaway High School student was arrested Thursday for harassment.
Former University of Missouri Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin is preparing to take on a new role at the school but details of what he will be doing remain unclear.
A report says the University of Missouri boosts the state's economic output by 25 percent, and that each dollar of state support means $38.43 in economic activity over the next 25 years.
The University of Missouri department tasked with cleaning, maintaining and fixing buildings on the Columbia campus is eliminating 50 jobs.
Farm to table
In July 2014, Missouri passed Senate Bill 701 that established a farm-to-school program, which launched efforts to not only provide healthier food choices for students, but also to strengthen local farming economies.
Callaway Hills Elementary students packed their school gymnasium earlier this week, dancing to upbeat music during a Zumba class.
University of Missouri graduate student workers are planning a vote on whether to unionize.
The University of Missouri has seen grades steadily rise, like most colleges and universities across the nation.
The nursing school at the University of Missouri has received nearly $20 million in federal funds to expand research that has already reduced hospitalizations among nursing home residents in the St. Louis region.
The state Senate's budget panel voted Tuesday to block money from going to Planned Parenthood while increasing funding for higher education — reversing most of the cuts in the House's spending plan aimed at the University of Missouri.
A House committee has passed a bill that would allow concealed guns on college campuses.
Westminster College and Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center have formed a partnership that brings Westminster’s new Bachelor of Arts in Leadership degree to Ameren Missouri employees at the Callaway Energy Center site.
Senate budget writers have agreed to boost Missouri's higher education spending, but the panel still is deliberating over budget cuts targeting the University of Missouri.