Fifty years after Russia launched Sputnik, nations are still figuring out the importance of space exploration.
Who can make sense of the Big 12 now?
Tony Gillick played for the Tigers in the early 1970s and intercepted a key pass against the Cornhuskers in 1973.
Fans outside Memorial Stadium on Saturday traveled to Columbia by bus for the Gold Rush game against the Huskers.
Fans gathered at Mizzou Arena before the football game Saturday to watch the men’s basketball team play pick-up games. The team has hosted similar events before two other Missouri home football games this season.
The Missouri politicians spoke about myriad topics, such as economic growth and Medicaid reform.
“We’re trying to be innovative in how we spend your tax dollars,” Blunt said.
The Imada Puppet Troupe from Japan and MU’s Bunraku Bay Puppet Troupe, which is the only troupe outside of Japan in the world, demonstrated traditional Japanese puppetry for 200 people Friday.
The publication, which described itself as an advocate for “First Amendment and citizen writership”, began publishing in July and had difficulty attracting advertisers.
The architect's deadline for a final site decision is November.
The St. Louis man is accused of phoning in a fake bomb scare to two buildings on the MU campus in January 2006.
The city and the cable company disagree over a statute of limitations that could alter how much money Mediacom might have to pay
For the third straight match, the Missouri women’s volleyball team stormed to a two-game.
Columbia School Board members will consider Custom Energy’s recommendations for the upgrades of five of the district’s elementary schools during their meeting Monday night.
Hickman surpassed its win total from last season with a 27-13 victory against Vashon. Running back Rob Heath rushed for 226 yards in the game, along with two touchdowns.
The 20-year-old St. Charles man acted like a police officer after a fight broke out at an apartment complex, police say.
The singer received 20 photos that depict the fight against the AIDS/HIV epidemic.
Even with a bump in city fees for new houses, Columbia falls well below the rest of the country.