Between 2,000 and 3,000 Missouri football fans congregated at the hotel where the Tigers players and coaches are staying for the Cotton Bowl to take part in a pep rally that, as the day went on, started to resemble a rock concert with the Tigers as the featured performers.
The MU men’s basketball team will have to wait until next year to end its losing streak in nonconference road games after Sunday's loss at Mississippi State.
Police in Columbia have seen several recent instances where would-be crime victims have fought back, including one case where the suspect was fatally shot.
Representatives of the development community question whether visioning will make much difference, saying many objectives are vague and subject to interpretation. They and others also note that previous efforts at community-based planning have either failed or been only marginally successful.
A fire early Sunday damaged the interior of a trailer at Grant Elementary School that normally houses a fifth-grade class.
Interstate 64 between Ballas Road and Interstate 170 will be closed for about a year, starting Wednesday. Another stretch closes for most or all of 2009 as part of a project expected to significantly improve the interstate but create a two-year traffic nightmare for commuters.
Several venues are hosting watch parties for Tuesday’s Cotton Bowl between the MU Tigers and the Arkansas Razorbacks.
The city of Columbia and the MU are partnering on a project to develop a computer model that will predict population growth.
Gary Forsee's hiring was already old news when the announcement was finally made.
An early morning fire Sunday damaged the interior of a trailer at Grant Elementary School.
All residents who pay taxes are helping to fund this event, while many of those same taxpayers cannot afford to attend.