Delaney tosses no-hitter as MU softball sweeps doubleheader

After trasferring from Michigan, she hopes to see more time on the mound and compete for a top spot in the pitching rotation.

Wrongful death suit yields damages of more than $26,000

The two children of a steelworker killed in a 2003 construction accident at the Columbia Transload Facility will each receive $26,694 when they turn 18, according to the settlement of a wrongful death lawsuit.

Rock Bridge boys basketball falls to Fort Zumwalt South in sectional

After slowing Josh McCoy, the Bulldogs best palyer, for three quarters, he scored 15 points in the final quarter to help eliminate the Bruins.

Cyclones stop Tigers from chance at back-to-back wins

Rebounding proved to be essential, as the MU women were outrebounded 48-28 in a 58-54 loss to Iowa State. A win would have given the Tigers their first back-to-back wins since December.

St. Charles man charged in connection with Friday's car crash

The accident resulted in the death of Charles D. Fulhage, an MU professor in the College of Agriculture and Food Science, on Tuesday.

Missouri struggles to stop Cowboys from behind the arc

The Missouri men's basketball team allowed the ninth-best 3-point shooting team in the Big 12 conference to make 14 attempts.

Senators approve alternative teacher certification

Citing a shortage of teachers, senators passed legislation late Wednesday making it easier for people lacking education degrees to gain approval to teach in Missouri’s public schools.

Confused by cricket? Here's some help

Before taking in a game, get a primer on how the game is played and the rules that players must follow.

MU gymnast hopes injury doesn’t end career

Senior Julie Abaray had surgery on both knees over the summer, which has sidelined her. She still has aspirations to compete with the team this season.

Victory advances Rock Bridge girls basketball team to state quarterfinals

Behind the support of a rowdy, green and yellow clad fan base, the Rock Bridge girls basketball team defeated Fort Zumwalt West 56-39 in its Class 5 sectional game Wednesday at Union High School.

New practice schedule rests MU wrestlers

MU wrestling coach Brian Smith has given his athletes more days off to keep the team fresh and healthy leading up to the conference championships.

Cricket finds a home in Columbia

It's like baseball, but not quite. The games can last for days. There is a position called the "bowler." While not widely known or popular, the sport has found a devoted following.

‘Model school’ seems to work for students

West Boulevard Elementary School has made gains in student achievement since 2004 by using a variety of new programs and teaching practices.

Mo. Senate passes bill targeting property tax increases

Senate President Pro Tem Michael Gibbons said his bill targets cases in which property taxes rise as a result of reassessments in property values.

Greenbelt Land Trust meeting to discuss Bonne Femme Creek watershed land protection agreements

Greenbelt can now use the remainder of an EPA grant for the Bonne Femme watershed to compensate landowners who give development rights to land trusts.

Jazz dance instructor returns to improvisational roots

Stephens dance and film students will be performing the jazz dance piece "New Amazonians: Part 1" on March 7-9 and 14-15 .

Bill would grant child witnesses special privileges

Missouri lawmakers are considering a bill to make testifying in court more comfortable for children.

Universities prepare for fewer state high school graduates

MU and other state universities are preparing for a drop in the number of Missouri high school graduates by the year 2011.

School bus rear-ended

A school bus that had just dropped off students at Derby Ridge Elementary School was rear-ended Wednesday morning, but no one was injured, Columbia police Capt. Zim Schwartze said.

Flu case numbers hold steady in Boone County

Flu cases continue to rise in Missouri, and although they are high in Boone County, they are no longer increasing by huge amounts weekly.