According to head coach Blake Starkey, the Missouri women’s tennis competed harder in its 5-2 loss to Texas A&M on Friday afternoon than it has in recent losses.
Pitching propelled the Cougars to their first win against McKendree since 2005.
Friends and family gathered at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbia on Friday for services honoring the late John Patton.
The UM System Board of Curators unanimously approved a 4.1 percent tuition increase for undergraduate and graduate students at its meeting Friday.
On Thursday, Francis the cat jumped from his owner’s car after an accident popped open his crate. He was last seen at mile marker 144 off Interstate 70.
Luis Gerardo Pereida, suspected of molesting two Columbia girls, was indicted by a grand jury today.
Elizabeth “Betsy” Rodriguez has been appointed the University of Missouri System’s vice president of human resources, UM President Gary Forsee announced Friday.
Chris Hull dishes on her job as a mole-trapper.
Here are some simple ways to create your own backyard bird feeder.
Although the school board members are not their best advocates, they are dediated and hard-working. We need to elect more members that care and trust their judgment regarding the tax levy.
The seventh annual Cambio de Colores conference Monday through Wednesday at the Stoney Creek Inn will explore the impact of the exponential growth of the Hispanic population in Missouri and the Midwest.
Paul Sturtz’s commitment makes him the ideal candidate to represent the First Ward.
Theologians say the answer to why psalms are so powerful lies in their variety, emotional honesty and occasional bluntness.
If you’d like to sit outside while dining out this spring, check out our list of some of the best restaurant patios around.
Supporting public education will help us deal with current, future problems.
Paul Sturtz has the creativity and knowledge of government needed for Columbia.
Vote yes for the proposed tax levy on April 8.
A man was arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of attempted rape of a woman in her home in Prathersville.
Ghanaian-born artist El Anatsui illustrates his provocative use of found-object art in his first U.S. solo show.