Tigers' defense defies doubters

MU sophomore linebacker Sean Weatherspoon led the Tigers nine tackles.

Before MU’s 41-6 win over Nebraska, the Tigers’ defense was giving up 467.8 yards per game. On Saturday, MU held the Cornhuskers to 297 yards quelling worries it couldn't stop a ranked team.

Sooners set sights on survival

Oklahoma is back alive in the national championship picture after losses by Southern California, Wisconsin and Florida bumped them up to No. 6 in the AP rankings and No. 5 in the other two polls

MU tennis player far from home

Junior Sofia Ayala, the former No. 1 juniors tennis player in Ecuador, says she is glad she transfered to MU.

Gordon comes from behind at Talladega

Jeff Gordon led for one lap at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday. Luckily for him, it was the last one.

Jaguars dominate Chiefs

Running back Larry Johnson rushed for only 12 yards in a Chiefs’ loss to Jacksonville on Sunday that had Arrowhead Stadium rocking with boos.

Vintage Vroom

The Olde Wheels Collector Car Club of Columbia hosted its 33rd annual car show around the Flatbranch area Sunday.

Ex-Ram helps drop St. Louis to 0-5

Former Rams quarterback Kurt Warner stepped in to lead Arizona past St. Louis, which tied a team record for the second-worst start in franchise history.

Abuse of power tops themes in governor’s race

Governor Matt Blunt and Attorney General Jay Nixon snipe and snarl as gubernatorial race approaches.

Antique mall moves to new address

The Ice Chalet Antique Mall, considered by many to be a Columbia treasure, is moving in with Market Place Antiques on Business Loop 70.

BOONE LIFE: The looking glass

Santo Noce, 25, became an artist after years of traveling and learning.

Quinlan Keep comic book store to close at end of October

After almost two years in business, the downtown comic book store Quinlan Keep is closing because of a decline in business.

Filling in a stream for interchange to cost city more than $200,000 in federal fees

Although some city officials believe the stream is more of a man-made ditch, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers disagrees. And that means the city will have to pay.

Small businesses' products and services to be displayed at fair

The public is invited to Tuesday’s Micro Business Fair and Reception to learn about the products and services available.

Early morning accident leaves one person dead

The car was traveling eastbound on Interstate 70 when a semi-tractor trailer unit struck it in the rear, causing it to catch on fire.

Space remains a new frontier

Fifty years after Russia launched Sputnik, nations are still figuring out the importance of space exploration.

Nebraska-Missouri box score

Missouri’s win over Nebraska

Who can make sense of the Big 12 now?

Former MU player recalls past game against Nebraska

Tony Gillick played for the Tigers in the early 1970s and intercepted a key pass against the Cornhuskers in 1973.

Remodeled school bus makes tailgating debut at MU football game

Fans outside Memorial Stadium on Saturday traveled to Columbia by bus for the Gold Rush game against the Huskers.