A bus took 40 members of Grass Roots Organizing to Des Moines for the a forum with Democratic candidates.
It was the end of a week’s stay in the limelight for MU, the program and the town — seven days in the top spot when the elusive National Championship bid had been run down.
In less than a month, the Missouri football team returns to Texas. On Sunday, the Tigers, ranked sixth in the Bowl Championship Series, accepted a bid to play in the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1 in Dallas.
When Kim Phillips and her sister, Stacey Karabegovic, peeked through the cracks in the window coverings of a former ceramics shop on historic Rocheport’s Central Street, they knew that they’d found something special.
Gus Frerotte carries blame for the St. Louis Rams' last home loss. His fast start had a lot to do with the franchise finally getting a win.
After falling to the Chargers on Sunday the Chiefs have lost six of eight and five in a row and could be on the brink of their worst season in two decades.
It’s too early to tell if the one-day peace conference will lead to more than good words.
What Nebraska once was to the Missouri football team has been passed on to Oklahoma. The Sooners are the Tigers’ new kryptonite.
When the Missouri women's basketball team needed some offense, sophomore forward Amanda Hanneman stepped up with 13 points and two assists in the Tigers’ 70-51 win Saturday over Texas State at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri football bowl tickets available online at 8 a.m. Monday.
The Columbia College volleyball team ended its season, losing on Friday in the 2007 NAIA Volleyball National Tournament at Southwell Complex.
The Rock Bridge wrestling team placed third Saturday at the 12-team Parkway South tournament.
The Tigers played well in the first half on their way to a halftime lead against California Saturday night in Berkeley, Calif. But the Golden Bears outscored the Tigers by 22 points in the second half.
The Stephens College basketball team snapped a five-game losing streak with an 88-55 victory Saturday over the visiting Manhattan (Kan.) Christian College Crusaders.
Missouri could muster only one touchdown in four trips inside Oklahoma’s 20-yard line.
Crimson and cream dominated the tailgate scenery on Saturday, but a loud contingent of Missouri fans found ways to entertain all.