The Rock Bridge soccer team beat Jefferson City on Saturday setting up a game against No. 1 seed Hickman.
The win puts Missouri in a position to have its best season since 1969.
This season, Tiger opponents have converted third downs on Missouri 42 percent of the time. On Saturday, Iowa State continued the trend by converting 11 of 20 third downs.
Students and artists are working to transform sketches of the Corner, located at the intersection of Wilkes Boulevard and Range Line Street, into a vibrantly colored mural as part of the “Voices from the Corner” project.
Karis Community Church, a congregation that meets at 10 a.m. on Sundays in the ballroom of the Tiger building at 8th and Cherry streets, cleaned areas of downtown on Saturday.
Hickman High School Homecoming candidates focus on raising money for charities, not themselves, during homecoming week.
Karen Baxter, a nurse and former vice president of the Ridgeway Neighborhood Association, filed her application for the First Ward City Council race with the city clerk’s office on Friday.
The Stokes family began collecting stuffed tigers in 1970, and brought more than 30 of them to decorate their cars before the game on Saturday.
PedNet Coalition staff and about 20 volunteers used bicycles, backpacks and bike trailers to move the home offices of the five staff members to the organization’s new location at 101 N. Seventh St.
Thirteen people were cited Thursday evening for smoking in three Columbia bars.
Premier Paper and Packaging of Moberly is renovating a facility in Columbia to be used as the company’s new headquarters.
During the festival, Hindus celebrate God as mother and worship three incarnations of Shakti, or cosmic energy.
Despite budgetary decline, Provost Foster assures that “the sky is not falling.”
Like most of what we do at the Missourian, there were two purposes for capturing 36 hours in Columbia: to teach students how to plan and execute a big project and to give our readers something they’d never seen before. It took five weeks of planning, 29 photographers, 12 picture editors, 62 photo assignments, seven pizzas, six bags of candy and countless runs for coffee. We ended up with 11,374 pictures that capture families, college presidents, gravediggers, people delivering pizza and teenagers attending the big game.
Enjoy this interactive look at some of the monsters you'll be seeing this Halloween as well as some of the haunted houses around Columbia.