This fall, Rock Bridge sophomore Kayla Burri finds herself in a different environment. Instead of hustling out a single on the softball diamond, she is making 10-foot putts on the golf course.
The Columbia pair are accused of buying anabolic steroids from China in powder form and then selling it in pill and liquid form over the Internet.
Although the Rock Brridge golf team placed just seventh at Monday's Capital City Tournament, Bruins coach Melissa Mueller said the event was a good way to prepare for the Class 2 District 4 tournament next Monday.
The partnership with National Notification Network, a California company, implements a more elaborate campus alert system — the same that was recently adopted by Virginia Tech.
The circus, elephants and all, came to Columbia for one night only.
Testing done on residential lakes in Columbia are being used as an indicator of water quality.
A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction Monday barring the state from enforcing new regulations on abortion clinics until it can negotiate a compromise with abortion providers.
Selvyn McMillan, 45, faced up to seven years in prison for last April’s burglary, but he will only have to serve three.
A letter from an organization calling itself “The Seniors Center” and asking for large donations has been sent to older residents in Missouri, but the organization is not a local senior center.
Controversial poet Amiri Baraka will speak at MU on Wednesday about African American arts, society and politics.
Halo 3, an Xbox 360 video game, will likely break video game sales records. Several retailers expect to cash-in on the high-profile release by hosting midnight release parties.
Dave Hamilton’s care for animals and involvement in the outdoors left footprints for family and friends to remember him by.
Patrick Overton thinks Columbia is in transition and the arts are a way to bring the community together.
After years of planning, fundraising and designing, Columbia’s new interactive science museum plans to open in early 2008 and feature a wide array of displays on the human body and its functions.
The MU athletic department anticipates the 8:15 p.m. game on Oct. 6 to sell out.
Artistic director LR Hults thinks the city is ready for more theater.
As Americans, we spend more time showering our children and elderly with goods rather than investing time and caring in them.
Missouri sophomore Michelle Collins is having a well-rounded student athlete experience at MU, and the honors college student is tied for the team lead in goals scored.
The Tigers, who have let early leads slip against nonconference opponents, will have to improve with nationally-ranked Nebraska set to visit Columbia soon.