MU men's basketball team overtaken in second half

Missouri's J.T. Tiller puts up shot over the Texas A&M defense.

Missouri’s game against Texas A&M on Saturday was decided in the first five minutes and three seconds of the second half, when the Aggies went on a 15-0 run.

MU students reflect on Kirkwood shooting

Two students with ties to Kirkwood share their thoughts on the city and the fatal shooting that occurred there.

MU soccer team signs six recruits

The Missouri soccer team signed six recruits Wednesday that coach Bryan Blitz expects will have a significant impact on the team.

Accidental gunshot leads to four drug arrests

Police find drug paraphernalia and 200 Ecstasy tablets in an apartment and arrest four men after initially responding to a report of a gunshot.

Smithton Middle School cancels spring plays

Smithton Middle School’s annual spring play has been canceled this year, less than a month before the first performance, because the school deemed the content too mature for some students.

Columbia woman in running for a Grammy

Milbre Burch is a nominee in the category of “Best Spoken Word Album for Children” for “Making the Heart Whole Again: Stories for a Wounded World,” released by Kind Crone Productions.

Man confronted with gun, robbed

A suspect threatened an 18-year-old man with a handgun before taking his wallet and cash.

Officials hope tax credits can be used for Eighth Street beautification

The city plans to apply on Feb. 19 for state tax credits that would invite donations to pay for streetscape projects at Eighth Street and Broadway.

Blunt and McCaskill for VP would strengthen candidates

Super-Tuesday results are in, but the vacancies for vice presidential candidates remain open. George Kennedy examines the possibility of Matt Blunt and Claire McCaskill as potential running mates to both political parties.