Taylor’s speeds leads MU softball to two victories

Rhea Taylor went 7-for-7 and stole seven bases as her team defeated South Dakota State and Boston University Friday night.

Rohr, Adcock and Hunt lead Tigers at Big 12 Indoors

Junior Chris Rohr broke his week-old school record in the weight throw at the Big 12 Indoor Championships, but he finished second in the event.

Columbia College cruises into second round of conference tournament

The Cougars came away with a 102-55 win over Williams Baptist to set up a second-round matchup with Harris-Stowe.

Tigers place second at Cat Classic

A strong start for Danielle Guider during the 28th Annual Cat Classic on Friday night at Hearnes Center was not a sign of great things to come. A team score of 48.975 on the vault was the highest event total of the meet for the Tigers.

Senne’s grand slam lifts MU over Cal

Aaron Senne's homer helped secure the win for Aaron Crow, who struggled in the first innning but finished with 10 strikeouts in five innings pitched.

Missouri golf team tied for 11th in Florida

After one day of the Ron Smith/UCF Invitational in Dade City, Fla., junior Ryne Fisher is tied for 14th in the individual competition.

Seabaugh runs the show for Rock Bridge

Rock Bridge senior point guard Andrea Seabaugh leads the Bruins into their state quarterfinal game against Waynesville.

Columbia Police Department releases statistics on traffic stop violations

Certain ethnic groups are more likely to be pulled over by the police and much more likely to be searched, according to the statistics of a Columbia Police Department annual report to the Missouri Attorney General this morning.

Documents: Athena Night Club closed

Athena Night Club is closed, according to a report filed to City Council by Columbia police.

City Council to vote on additional signage for dangerous crossing

The City Council will vote Monday on a resolution that would allow City Manager Bill Watkins to ask the Missouri Department of Transportation to install additional warning signs as far as 10 miles away from the U.S. 63 COLT railroad crossing.

Two injured in U.S. 63 accident

Three cars were involved in an accident at the COLT railroad crossing.

Maintain personal health care record ... just in case

Our personal health information — including physicians, emergency contacts, dates of medical procedures, chronic conditions, allergies and medications — is a vital resource for family members, doctors, nurses and the other health care professionals who provide us with treatment or care. Yet, many of us keep more detailed records on our cars.

Mizzou Arena facts

Almost everyone in town has been to Mizzou Arena at least once, but there’s still probably a lot you don’t know about it.

Neighbors witness 6-car accident in their front yard

Jonathan Whitworth, 23, was arrested later on suspicion of several charges, including driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident.

Chris Kelly files for 24th District seat in Missouri House

Kelly said speaking with MU staff motivated him to run for the Democratic nomination.

Columbia man assaulted with bottle

Police arrested a 17-year-old on suspicion of second-degree assault.

Documenting a weekend of documentary movies

The Missourian and Vox will be out in full force for the True/False Film Festival, but we want to hear from you about your experiences, too.

Jewish organizations react to controversial speaker

Author Norman Finkelstein’s visit Monday to MU has sparked debate among Jewish organizations, some of whom believe him to be anti-Israel because of his support of the Palestinian cause.


UM System describes $1 billion endowment funds

The report is a response to a U.S. Senate Finance Committee inquiry into how universities with more than $500 million in endowments are using the money in light of the fact that tuition increases are outpacing inflation.

Columbia mosque finds new imam

The Islamic Center of Central Missouri has hired a new imam after a seven-month search.