MU held its annual Tiger Walk the day before classes began. Incoming freshmen participated in the ceremonial march through the pillars on Francis Quadrangle.
The Columbia Balloon Invitational ended Sunday with a Jefferson City resident taking first place in the final event.
Everything is getting more expensive and fire trucks are no exception. The rising price of steel has prompted the city to purchase two fire equipment vehicles now rather than later.
The City Council has made Judge Robert Aulgur a full-time employee as the caseload continues to rise because of changes in bond-setting procedure and population increases.
$10,000 research project will look to see if reducing Columbia’s speed limits will actually slow down drivers.
The exhaustive process is important to the museum’s effort to win grants and attract strong faculty.
In a break from modern political tradition, Sarah Steelman so far has not endorsed Kenny Hulshof in his November general election against Democrat Jay Nixon. In fact, since election night, Steelman has said nothing at all about Hulshof.
The future of Pakistan's government is unclear after the resignation of Pervez Musharraf.
Columbia native Carl Edwards used his bumper to nudge aside Kyle Busch's car, causing it to wiggle just enough so Edwards could drive by for his second consecutive victory in the Sprint Cup Series on Saturday at Bristol Motor Speedway.
About 90 people attended the talk given by TEACH Ministries, which preaches an inspirational message of unconditional Christian love for and acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people on Friday night at the Missouri United Methodist Church.
No. 17 Illinois scored in the fourth minute of overtime to earn a 2-1 victory over No. 22 Missouri.
Parents and students need to follow traffic laws and be mindful of pedestrians as they drive on roads near campus and throughout Columbia.