Tigers edge Aggies late in the game

Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (9) runs past Texas A&M defensive back Jordan Pugh (25) during the second half of Saturday's 40-26 Missouri win.

The win gives the Tigers, who were up by just five points heading into the fourth quarter, a fifth Big 12 Conference win for the first time under Gary Pinkel.

Temple unable to savor final home game as a Tiger

After completing one of his best games for Missouri, senior running back Tony Temple was quickly in a car traveling to Kansas City for his grandmother’s funeral.

Rigoberta Menchú Tum discusses racism at MU’s Memorial Union

Menchú was in Missouri for the Heartland Peace Jam Youth Conference, which took place at William Woods University this weekend.

Three injured in afternoon accident

Three people were sent to the hospital for injuries Saturday afternoon after a two-car collision near the intersection of Providence Road and Nifong Boulevard.

World’s largest grill helps feed Missouri and Texas A&M football fans

Mrs. Baird’s Ultimate Grill, marketed as the world’s largest grill, can cook 2,500 pounds of meat at one time, and those who ran the grill handed out free food to fans before the game Saturday.

Kansas City men arrested on suspicion of auto theft

Two Kansas City men led law enforcement agencies on a chase down Interstate 70 and U.S. 65 early Saturday morning after they supposedly stole a vehicle at gunpoint and fled from police.

MU fans say winning season has improved school spirit

Ever since MU’s victorious football season began, MU fans have become more and more devoted to the team, showing their school spirit before and after the games. Today, though, they’re up against the fans for the other team, who are known for their enthusiasm.

Final: Missouri 40, Texas A&M 26

Folk music floats through the library

National and local acts looking to play intimate venues make their way to the Columbia Public Library.

Columbia’s Dirty Jobs: Roofer

Tonya Gollaher started her own roofing business with her fiance in June. When she first started, her main job was clean up; now she’s tearing shingles off roofs.

Funding levels for utility assistance uncertain

Winter may be warmer this year, but a possible lack of funding from the government for low-income home energy assistance could cause troubles. Central Missouri Community Action’s winter crisis program specifically addresses heating costs.

Missouri Higher Education Spending

Two injured in wreck on U.S. 63

A 19-year-old man and a 6-month-old baby were injured in a car wreck on U.S. 63 near Route AC Friday night.

Teenager wounded in early morning shooting

A teenager was shot early this morning in central Columbia.

Tigers fans should look ahead, not behind

Older Tigers fans are afraid history may repeat itself this season for the MU football team.

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Murky Waters

Sunken river beds, weakened wetlands, hypoxia and halted habitat projects. The secret life of the Missouri River sediment is rapidly surfacing among reflection and debate.