October 29, 2014
The Hickman Kewpies win 1-0 over Rock Bridge during the Class 4 final on Wednesday night at Battle High school. Hickman advances to play Lee's Summit on Nov. 4.
MU students, staff and faculty made handprints with purple paint on a banner on Wednesday to show their support for sexual assault prevention. The color purple is symbolic of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, which is October.
October 28, 2014
Bob Burchard, Columbia College director of athletics, announced the additions of baseball and indoor and outdoor track and field teams to the college's sports lineup during a media luncheon on Tuesday.
The Stephens College Stars faced the Calvary Bible College Warriors in Silverthorne Arena on Tuesday. It was a special match for Star Samantha Phegley, who was celebrating her senior night.
People gather in downtown Columbia Tuesday to protest the scheduled execution of Mark Christeson. The U.S. Supreme Court stayed the execution late Tuesday night.
Royals fans cheered for their team Tuesday while watching Game 6 of the World Series at the Kansas City Live! Block in the Power & Light District in Kansas City, Missouri.
Four people dressed as Smurfs rallied for donations on the streets of downtown Columbia on Tuesday to raise money for Job Point, an economic development organization. The effort was part of Job Point's fifth annual Local Celebrity Apprentice Fundraiser.
Documentary photographer Eugene Richards, a Missouri Honor Medal recipient, speaks to journalism students as part of an informal Q&A session Tuesday. Award recipients were asked to speak to MU students as part of a series of master classes.
Keller Garcille, 3, of Rolla, Missouri, was diagnosed with autism earlier this year. He is just one of an increasing number of children diagnosed with the disorder, which affects the development of social and communication skills.
October 27, 2014
Rock Bridge won 1-0 in overtime, and Battle beat Hickman 4-0 in the district high school soccer playoffs.
The Columbia College women's soccer team shut out Stephens College 10-0 Monday at Cosmopolitan Park to clinch the regular season American Midwest Conference championship.
Seth and Colleen Colaner adopted both 11-month-old Camille and 4-year-old Essie. Now Colleen Colaner is the co-founder of the Family Diversity Institute and is working to create an online hub to help adoptive, interfaith, transracial and other non-traditional families.
October 26, 2014
Children in costume participated in a pageant at the Holiday Inn Executive Center on Sunday.
Members of Sigma Phi Lambda removed the paint from the windows of the Heidelberg on Sunday afternoon. Student organizations decorated the windows of businesses downtown on Friday for Homecoming weekend.
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.