October 26, 2014
Republican Vicky Hartzler, Democrat Nate Irvin and Libertarian Herschel Young seek election to represent Missouri's 4th Congressional District in the U.S. House.
October 25, 2014
Fourteen emergency vehicles responded to the scene after a truck backed up into Addison's Grill, 709 Cherry St., Saturday night. Multiple people were hospitalized in the accident.
Homecoming happenings at Memorial Stadium on Saturday included fans coordinating their outfits based on seating sections to form a tiger stripe, the crowning of Homecoming royalty and, of course, the football game between Missouri and Vanderbilt.
The parade Saturday morning was one of the highlights of the 103rd anniversary celebration of MU's Homecoming.
October 24, 2014
The Battle High School football team crushed Washington 56-8 during the first game of the district playoffs on Friday. Battle will play at Waynesville next Friday in the second round of the district playoffs.
The Stephens College women's soccer team suffered a 3-0 defeat against Johnson & Wales University-Denver on Friday.
Alumni, students and descendants of MU's founding families gathered for the dedication of the new Traditions Plaza on the eve of Homecoming on Friday on Mel Carnahan Quad.
Members of MU's fraternities and sororities spent Friday morning preparing decorations for the 103rd Homecoming. An exhibition of their decorations was held Friday evening in Greektown.
The official MU paisley print, designed by an MU art professor in honor of the school's 175th anniversary, can be found on a variety of items sold at The Mizzou Store.
Members of First Presbyterian Church of Columbia uncovered old photos and memorabilia from The Chez Chandelle Coffeehouse, a popular place for folk singers to perform that opened in the 1960s. The space in the church's basement is still used as a student center.
October 23, 2014
The Stephens College volleyball team celebrates during the team's match against Benedictine University at Springfield on Thursday. The game was held at Silverthorne Arena.
Michele Wheatly, a candidate for MU provost, spoke at a forum Thursday at the MU Student Center.
More than 200 people attended the 8th Dumpling Festival at the Missouri United Methodist Church on Thursday night.
Stephens College soccer faced off against Freed-Hardeman on Thursday at Cosmopolitan Park. The Stars went into the half with a manageable 2-1 deficit, but the game quickly got away from them as Freed-Hardeman scored four straight goals to win 6-1.
Mike Bishop and his personal trainer, Mary Love, drive to Oakland Park to work on his rehabilitation. Bishop was in a car accident when he was 16 and has had multiple health problems since.
The Rock Bridge High School offensive line joke and mess around during during break at practice on Wednesday. The close-knit crew gets together every week for "O-Line dinners," where they eat, talk and watch NFL and college football.
October 22, 2014
The Columbia Art League hosted the first Crafts and Draughts at the Logboat Brewing Company, which opened earlier this year.
As MU's Homecoming nears, construction workers finish work on Traditions Plaza. The $1.4 million project was funded by the Mizzou Alumni Association.
Tolton football players practice on Tuesday before playing Hallsville on Friday. Although the plays at practice were offensively focused, the defense stood out, breaking up passes, recovering fumbles and stopping running backs for losses.
Protesters took to the streets in Ferguson, Missouri, on Aug. 9, after a white police officer fatally shot Michael Brown, an unarmed black 18-year old, in the St. Louis suburb. The protests have continued since then.