Reyes trumps Verlander in Game 1

DETROIT — With the right rookie on the mound, it was the scrappy St. Louis Cardinals who looked sharp in the World Series.

Police arrests two in vehicle break-ins

MU Police arrested two Columbia residents on multiple charges Friday evening in connection with a series of vehicle break-ins in September and October.

Columbia man shot in attempted robbery, police say

A 23-year-old Columbia man drove himself to the hospital midday Saturday after being shot in the leg during what he described as an attempted robbery, according to Columbia police.

City to challenge court’s decision on protestors’ legal fees

The city of Columbia plans to appeal a federal judge’s ruling that requires the city to pay almost $200,000 in legal fees and $5,000 in expenses to two Columbia residents.

Tailgating tradition changes

All eyes at Bill Metz’s tailgate Saturday outside Memorial Stadium are focused on a television showing the Texas-Nebraska football game.

Fight song creator returns to Missouri

His fingers glided on the keys of the 1905 Chickering piano in his Kansas City home. Carl E. Bolte Jr., played the song he wrote about his hometown club, the Kansas City Royals.