Missouri football's "Inventor"

Missouri offensive coordinator Dave Christensen is responsible for the Tigers' offensive creativity this season.

Missouri basketball Tigers looking for non-conference road win

It's been four years since Missouri beat a non-conference foe in an away game.

Missouri juniors testing the waters

William Moore leads a list of Missouri juniors who are contemplating the NFL draft.

Johnson leads Missouri women' s basketball to win

Daniel returns to "second home"

Chase Daniel, always a competitive athlete, has been practiving at Texas Stadium - his second home.

Ice storm doesn't dampen deer harvest

Despite a heavy ice storm across much of the state, the antlerless-only portion of the 2007 firearms deer harvest from Dec. 8 to 16 was the third largest of all time.

Not everyone is satisfied with how visioning process worked

Some participants in the city’s lengthy visioning process say the final product falls short of expectations.

Katy Trail to be extended to near Kansas City

$18 million was given to the state from the AmerenEU Taum Sauk settlement for the expansion of Katy Trail. The expansion will be approximately 46 miles from Windsor to Pleasant Hill, a suburb of Kansas City.

Changes proposed for deer hunting season look to limit herd, please hunters

For hunters, the arrival of the firearms season for white-tailed deer in early November has been as certain as autumn leaves falling from the tree.

That could change if the Missouri Department of Conservation alters regulations and shuffles the timing of the annual deer season.

Would-be victim fought off suspected burglar

A woman who say a man attempting to steal items from her car, fought with the man, who was later arrested on suspicion of first-degree robbery and armed criminal action, police said.

Blood drive to benefit soldiers

The Armed Services Blood Program will have a special drive on Jan. 6 for soldiers wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Boone County property taxes are due Monday

Boone County offers several payment options to residents, but to avoid penalties, payments need to be mad eby the end of the day Monday.

Taking the measure of the new president of the University of Missouri System

The most important thing Dr. Gary Forsee said was that he intends to be an aggressive salesman for the university.

Five ideas: What people should be talking about