September 28, 2012
The University of Central Florida will host the Missouri Tigers football team Saturday.
September 27, 2012
Glenn Greenwald, a columnist on civil liberties and national security issues for The Guardian, spoke Thursday at the MU School of Law.
Todd Akin stopped in Columbia to speak at the Boone County Republican campaign headquarters Thursday. The stop was part of Akin's bus tour of cities in Missouri.
James Hopfenblatt, who was born in Bolivia, uses his international background and urban influences to shape his graffiti art.
September 26, 2012
About 150 people attended Let Me See U Vote to hear discussions about different social issues, such as education, health care, women's issues and LGBTQ rights.
Rock Bridge boys soccer beat Hickman 3-1 at Hickman High School on Wednesday. This was the first time the two varsity teams of the schools met this season. The Columbia rivals will meet next on Oct. 23.
Jen Wheeler sells donated items on Facebook at discounted prices to raise money for refugees around Columbia. Wheeler started City of Refuge, a nonprofit organization, in 2010.
Four days into autumn, fall colors are beginning to show through at Capen Park in Columbia.
September 25, 2012
Some people took to the Lake of the Woods Recreation Area to fish after an afternoon thunderstorm Tuesday.
September 24, 2012
The Columbia College volleyball team defeats Stephens College in a Monday game at the John and Mary Silverthorne Arena. Columbia College won 3-0 and is the No. 3 ranked team.
Police and SWAT members arrive at Bonny Linn Drive in northeast Columbia after receiving anonymous reports of people in two vehicles shooting at one another Monday.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry visited Columbia to campaign with attorney general candidate Ed Martin on Monday afternoon. The two men held a round-table discussion and a meet and greet open to the public.
Scotty Cox and Cara Denis host "Scotty and Cara in the Morning" for the Clear 99 radio station. The show has been honored with a national award nomination for best small market radio personality team.
Greg Judy raises all-natural, grass-fed sheep and cattle without any chemical fertilizers or hormones on his property in Randolph County. Judy uses a ranching technique called mob-grazing, which relies on frequent pasture rotation.
September 22, 2012
John Mayall and Al Green performed Saturday night at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival in downtown Columbia.
Rock Bridge High School placed fifth, and Hickman High School placed 10th in the Kewpie Softball Classic.
Hickman High School lost 6-1 to St. Dominic in the team's first game of the Kewpie Classic on Friday. Rock Bridge defeated Kirksville 7-1.
The South Farm Showcase, a free event sponsored by the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, was organized to educate visitors about the environment.
Stephens College played Missouri Baptist University in their first game in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. The Missouri Baptist Spartans won the game 14-0.
Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ brought 65 teams to Columbia to compete for $10,000 in prizes and the winners of the best chicken, ribs, beef brisket and pork divisions were announced 3 p.m. Saturday.