Should the Tigers win at Nebraska on Oct. 4, the Tigers will have passed another landmark on their journey toward national supremacy.
A long-term energy plan, not just the decision to institute offshore drilling, is needed to protect our national security, rejuvenate our economy and save our planet.
More and more consumers nationally are finding their way to Internet coupons, and some Columbia businesses hope the trend goes local.
The chronic drinking and drug activities in Paquin Park, which is directly behind the Lee Elementary, can or could affect the children nearby.
Years of deregulation of corporations and borrowing from other countries has set the U.S. on a dangerous trajectory. Meanwhile, many Americans are focused on putting food on the table and keeping a roof over their families' heads and remain unaffected by Wall Street's fluctuations.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops remembers exactly what it felt like to lose at home to TCU in 2005. By the end of this week, his players won't have any trouble with remembering that either.
Taylor Cowan threw another perfect game in the Hickman softball team's 3-0 road victory over Hallsville on Monday.
Through its Web site Newsy.com, Media Convergence Group will deliver online video news that integrates world coverage by leading news outlets. A partnership between the group and MU has given the School of Journalism a high-tech multimedia newsroom to train its journalists right across the street from campus.
The Rock Bridge softball team won 1-0 on Monday over host New Franklin.
A woman accused of stabbing two people — including her ex-boyfriend —in northeast Columbia early Sunday morning turned herself in to Columbia police on Monday.
The driver of the car involved in the murder of Tedarrian Robinson was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The hearing will allow residents to offer input on the design of basketball and tennis courts that are planned for the park.
Though it may fly under the radar with the general population, University Surplus has a booming resale business in used items from all of MU's departments.
After graduating its star runner last year, the Rock Bridge cross country team is forging an identity of its own this season.
In a lawsuit brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a 67-year-old optician alleges that she was fired by the Wal-Mart in De Soto because she was too old and made too much money.
Columbia has seen an increase in robberies over the past week, with six reported since Sept. 17.
The work of Tom Pfannerstill, showing until Sunday at the gallery, 812 E. Broadway, is misleading, playful and serious. The signs point to the truth behind the exhibit: Pfannerstill's work is actually art disguised as trash.
MU will conduct an emergency response exercise from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday on East Campus.
Andrew Hoberek, an associate professor of English and director of Graduate Studies at MU, will discuss the increase in popularity of graphic novels at a Stephens College lecture.
The museum's owner set a minimum starting bid of $15,000 on the listing, which ends Friday.