Redshirt freshman Cody Hawkins, the son of Colorado head coach Dan Hawkins, will start at quarterback in the Buffaloes' season opener. But he won't be the only new signal-caller in the Big 12.
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Senate will convene Wednesday to discuss a statewide economic development bill. The bill includes a variety of provisions that primarily involve tax credits for businesses and developers.
A single consortium of contracts would get responsibility for maintaining more than 800 bridges in Missouri under a plan approved by the Senate Transportation Committee on Monday.
Danielle Linneman pitched and recorded the final hit in the Bruins’ 10-run-rule victory over Smith-Cotton.
With no seniors on the roster, the MU women’s soccer team looks to its juniors for guidance.
The Senate Economic Development, Tourism and Local Government committee Monday asked legislators to approve a statewide tax break bill during the special session. The economic proposal, a down-sized remnant of a bill Gov. Matt Blunt declined to sign into law, that has four key parts including a repeal of the ban on ticket scalping.
The George David Peak Memorial Burn and Wound Center recently received a $4 million face-lift, and according to James Kraatz, it is now one of the finest facilities of its type in the country.
Now in contention for the NL Central crown, St. Louis spends its last day off preparing for a 35-game stretch in 34 days.
Brett Romberg beat out veteran lineman Andy McCollum in a battle for the only starting position up for grabs in the preseason.
At MU, Bond emphasizes the U.S. and MU’s economic, military and educational ties to Korea.
Korean Baptist lacks adequate fire protection to follow through with plans for larger building.
In May, MU law professor Frank Bowman wrote opinion pieces that appeared in the New York Times and Slate, an online magazine, arguing that Attorney General Alberto Gonzales should be impeached for “lying to Congress” about the firings of eight U.S. attorneys. Today, he responds to news of Gonzales' resignation.
As of 8 p.m. Monday there were still tickets left for Elton John’s Oct. 5 concert at Mizzou Arena. Amy Carroll, director of marketing and booking at the arena, said the available seats were behind the stage.
A proposed state ballot measure to restrict embryonic stem cell research is flawed because its definition of “human” would exclude people with common genetic abnormalities like Down syndrome, critics said Monday.
The MU Center on Religion and the Professions is hosting a film series titled "Religion and Politics," motivated by people who believe the public’s understanding of religion and politics was lacking during the 2000 and 2004 elections.
The Castle Doctrine Law, which was signed by Gov. Matt Blunt in July, eliminates the requirement that anyone purchasing a handgun undergo a background check by law enforcement in the county where he or she resides.
Columbia police are looking for a man they said robbed a Columbia taxi driver Monday morning in central Columbia.
KANSAS CITY — A federal judge Monday agreed to temporarily block enforcement of a new Missouri law aimed at increasing regulation of abortion clinics.
Columbia police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint within the next seven days, targeting impaired drivers over the Labor Day weekend and as part of the statewide campaign: “You Drink, You Drive, You Lose,” according to a news release.