A 28-23 loss to Oklahoma State ended any hope the Tigers once had of gaining the nation's No. 1 ranking after previously top-ranked Oklahoma lost to Texas in Dallas earlier in the day.
Our automotive schizophrenia has been even more evident than usual the past couple of weeks.
MU quarterback Chase Daniel came into the game as the nation's fifth-most efficient passer, but he threw an uncharacteristic 13 incompletions and three interceptions.
MU footballl fan Josh Lange brought along his couch to tailgate Saturday before the Tigers game against Oklahoma State.
Photographs of the scuffle between Carl Edwards and Kevin Harvick show a more physical confrontation than witnesses described, with Edwards at one point grabbing Harvick by the throat.
This year's Tigers team, which plays No. 2 Nebraska at noon Sunday at Hearnes Center, has three Nebraskans on the roster. The group says doing their best against the Cornhuskers, who have six players from their home state, is important.
The Historic Preservation Commission will hold a public meeting, which was recommended by the City Council during its Oct. 6 meeting, at 5 p.m. on Oct. 28 in the Mezzanine of the City Hall.
The Missouri softball team beat visiting Three Rivers Community College and Johnson County Community College on Saturday.
The Columbia College volleyball team earned two home victories Saturday afternoon.
The Hickman girls cross country team placed third out of eight teams Saturday at a 5K in Jefferson City's Binder Park.
The Stephens College cross country team placed third Saturday at the Gary Stoner Memorial.
Deputies with the Boone County Sheriff's Department arrested Macaeo D. Crook, 33, of Columbia on Thursday on suspicion of domestic assault, kidnapping and armed criminal action.
The Jackson County Election Board has accused the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, of filing falsified registration forms. The election board is reporting 100 duplicate applications and 280 with fake information in Kansas City.
Republicans allege Democrat Barack Obama has close ties to an activist group accused of compiling fake registration forms.
City officials met Friday with representatives of the Central Missouri Humane Society to continue discussions on the financial problems at the shelter.
The Columbia Police Department will send its Taser records to the City Council by the end of October. The move comes after the mayor intervened in a dispute over records between a local advocacy group and Columbia police.
An early morning one-vehicle accident on U.S. 63 near Vandiver Drive left one person dead and two others injured.
Larry D. Shinn overturned his vehicle and was injured while driving on Interstate 70 in the eastbound lane Friday night.
This week, we ask you to share your thoughts on selling ad space on city buses, Fair Trade, Columbia's ranking as a sports city, efforts to prevent child abuse, and who is responsible for maintenance on an earthen dam at Welch Lake.
The Columbia Police Department arrested three people Friday night and seized several items, including firearms and drug paraphernalia, from the residence.