Missouri scored 15 points in the overtime to defeat Nebraska on Wednesday night. Keon Lawrence scored 19 points in the win.
MU will host the Mizzou Grand Prix this weekend, a swim meet featuring most of the American national team.
Annual FBI crime study shows a decrease in percent of serious crimes solved by Columbia police.
Valentines Day, the busiest day of the year for florists, means long hours for employees at Allen's Flowers in downtown Columbia.
Lisa Puccio who is coming off a torn ACL has not been a major scorer, but styles the hair of the gymnasts and helps in other ways off the floor.
After their 20th win, an 86-48 victory at Williams Baptist on Saturday, senior Lee Sattler, and juniors Joe Flanner, Brett Hoskins and Christian Lewis decided to channel their inner punk-rockers and shaved their hair into Mohawks.
The Rock Bridge and Hickman swim teams have dramatically cut their practice distances to prepare for the state meet, a process known as tapering.
Theatre NXS’s will perform “Tough!” for the Columbia Housing Authority’s Moving Ahead Program at the J.W. Blind Boone Community Center as part of its outreach program.
The residents are in the process of forming a new neighborhood association that would increase communication in the area.
Combat veterans from Missouri may get a less-expensive college education if the state Senate approves the Missouri Returning Heroes’ Education Act.
The city approved a project that will install security cameras in all city-operated parking garages and will allow real-time monitoring of the garages by 911 operators and police.
Free flu shots are available on Wednesdays at the Columbia/Boone County Health Department, 1005 W. Worley St., from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
A pile of dirt more than 20-feet high has been sitting on the corner of Green Meadows and Bethel roads for more than three years. The neighborhood wonders why this eyesore hasn’t been removed.
Facebook allows users to indicate if they are single, dating, in an open relationship, engaged, married or “complicated.” Anne Meyer, a psychologist at the MU Counseling Center, sees both benefits and drawbacks in this rapidly evolving form of friendship and intimacy.
Although Jim Joy, director of MU Parking and Transportation, plans to install security cameras in all MU parking structures in the near future, few students are convinced it will curtail crime.
The Columbia Police Department is now accepting applications for its 10-week program.
A proposal in House could punish registered sex offenders with a fine and a year in jail for taking photos and video of children.
A bill in the Missouri Senate could give nurses the ability to write prescriptions for a wider range of controlled substances including Vicoden and Valium.
Hickman High School soccer coach Jon Strodtman was a man of many talents who brought a meticulous passion to his work both on and off the field.