The tenth win of the season ties the school's best mark for wins
Senior guard Yvonne Anderson led the Kewpies with 19 points and junior forward Chasity Prince added nine points.
The Rock Bridge and Hickman swim teams were both defeated by Parkway South, but coach John Hamilton viewed the meet as a way to tune up for the future.
The nationally ranked MU Softball team held its annual Black and Gold Game Saturday with 10 new players on its roster. Senior Jen Bruck gave up two hits in seven innings of work.
Former Missouri coach Norm Stewart and former Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson said they approve of the Missouri coach’s handling of the basketball team in the past week.
Three days before Super Tuesday, former President Bill Clinton stopped at the MU Student Recreation Complex in a final blitz to campaign for his wife and presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton.
Brown, Lyons play, but J.T. Tiller steals the show with a career high in points
The four candidates vying for the First Ward City Council seat kick-started their campaigns Saturday by debating their visions for economic development and affordable housing at the first of three candidate forums.
You could tell who was shopping for a Super Bowl party in Columbia on Saturday afternoon just by glancing at what was piled in each person’s cart:
The Tigers women's basketball assistant was introduced as the new coach at the University of Central Arkansas on Friday.
In town for a benefit, Sen. Kit Bond discussed presidential nominees, the Missouri gubernatorial elections and the war on terror.
Teams jumped into freezing water to support the Missouri Special Olympics as a part of the Polar Bear Plunge at Stephens Lake park.
The players were suspended Tuesday along with Stefhon Hannah following a fight outside Athena Night Club last weekend that left Hannah with a broken jaw.
While Democrats are loud and accounted for on the campaign trail, the Republican voice is largely absent.
Cardinal John Foley spoke Friday night about the importance of an open and honest relationship between the church and the media.
As black women go to the polls this Tuesday, it’s clear their votes will be determined by more than a candidate’s gender or the color of his or her skin.
The Elementary Enrollment Planning Committee recommends that the Field Elementary School building be used as a district-wide early childhood center when the new elementary school in Columbia opens for the 2009-2010 academic year.
Some of Missouri’s most well-known Democrats have been campaigning around the state in a effort to increase support for Obama’s presidential campaign.