“One game does not make a season,” Tigers coach Mike Anderson said after his team's loss to Illinois.
The Tigers will start preparing for their first Cotton Bowl since 1946.
As Columbia prepares for the 2007-08 version of First Night, a group of community activists is pushing for the event to be free next year.
Despite weeks of Christmas shopping, many Columbia residents didn’t miss the opportunity Wednesday to snap up some bargains during post-Christmas sales.
Geraldine Jeffries, a regular player of the Missouri Lottery, won $25,027 during the Christmas holiday.
With high complaints of traffic violations at intersections along the Stadium corridor and adjacent streets, Columbia police cracked down on traffic problems during the holiday shopping season.
Two teenagers were victims of a home invasion by two armed people Wednesday in a northeast Columbia neighborhood.
Suicide rates are not higher during the holidays than at other times of the year. Experts have the numbers to prove it.
An ankle monitor that keeps tabs on the alcohol consumption of people bonded out of jail or on probation is getting high marks from court and probation officials in the St. Louis area.
The students were part of Engineers Without Borders, a national group that uses volunteers to help develop public infrastructure in poor and underdeveloped areas of the world.
Two weeks after ice and snow knocked out power and damaged property in more than 40 Missouri counties, Gov. Matt Blunt is asking for $28.4 million in federal disaster assistance to help repair the damages.
Four people in Boone County have already been diagnosed with influenza, and the flu season has not yet officially begun.
Plans for world disarmament could bring about peace, if nations were willing to consider them.
Business owners should not be subjected to a city ordinance that prohibits smoking because government wants to mandate public health and welfare.