USC brings Nebraska back to reality with a make-no-mistake-about-it visit to Lincoln
The Heritage Festival and Craft Show, which began in Nifong Park on Saturday. The festival celebrated its 30th anniversary this year.
The Flying Carp Race provides competition and envionmental awareness for participants.
A touchdown in the first drive of the game and a large first-half lead pushed the Tigers past the Broncos 52-24 on Saturday.
A new energy farm north of King City, in Gentry County, Mo., started supplying electricity to Columbia on Sept. 6.
Friends and co-workers of Scott Laws made 1,000 origami cranes to show their support during his treatment for colon cancer.
Hickman quarterback Doug Luetjen returned from injury to throw the winning touchdown pass with less than two minutes left.
Backup quarterback Chase Patton scored the first touchdown of his collegiate career on a rush, not a pass.
Donald Nickens was recently found guilty of second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of Chris Byers.
The Chinese citizen was arrested Thursday on suspicion of promoting prostitution out of the back of a convenience store.
After voters rejected plans for construction of two new libraries, the Daniel Boone Regional Library Board will conduct a survey to gauge public opinion.
The city’s system for tracking the rental of mobile homes allows some landlords to rent substandard trailers undetected.
The Community Choices Open House on Thursday attracted 470 people. Now it’s up to consultants to compile the results. A Missourian survey, however, gives some indication of people’s priorities.
During the Community Choices Open House on Thursday, the Missourian asked participants to fill out a paper survey indicating which six of the 118 strategies from the visioning effort’s Citizen Topic Groups they had selected as their priorities. A total of 93 of the 470 participants filled out the survey. Here are the results.
Many fans found a new experience in Columbia at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Missouri is known for producing more than just corn and cattle. Some of today’s most popular products were born in the state of Missouri.
Tom Rose is very active in the Columbia community, volunteering in several organizations and mentoring students. He recently was appointed to the school board, and he also owns Rolling Hills Vet Clinic.
More than 37,000 MU Facebook members list their favorite interests, musicians, movies and books.
Quarter-by-quarter recaps of the Missouri-Western Michigan football game