Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens didn't explicitly mention school choice in his State of the State address, but he did call for education savings accounts for students with special needs — a measure that lawmakers and school choice advocates say could open the door to broader choice measures.
A federal office that began dissecting Las Vegas police practices five years ago for a first-in-the-nation "collaborative" review is crediting the department in a new report for "notable and sustained" policy changes and a sharp drop in the number of officer shootings.
A fight over name-calling between girlfriends promoted a fight that resulted in the death of a Missouri State University football player outside his Las Vegas home, according to a police report about the arrest of a teenager charged Friday as an adult with murder.
A former Missouri State University student who said he was the victim of a so-called "knockout game" attack outside a 2012 fraternity party has been awarded $1.63 million in damages, though he likely will only collect $630,000.