MU moves on after a disappointing home loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday. The Tigers don't have much time to sulk.
Instead of No. 1, Missouri got No. 11. After a 28-23 loss to No. 17 Oklahoma State on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium, the Tigers tumbled eight spots in the Associated Press poll released Sunday.
Monday night's Columbia Public School Board meeting could end the long math curriculum revision process.
It was hard for Missouri hitters to fool Nebraska in a 25-20, 25-21, 25-18 loss Sunday night at Hearnes Center.
Kite enthusiasts from around the state gathered in Cosmo-Bethel Park on Sunday for the international One Sky One World kite flying event.
Sunday afternoon, Sarah Becking's family and friends gathered at Stewart Park to have their pictures taken and remember Becking's life.
Columbia College junior Flavia Lino is comfortable at Columbia College. And it shows. Through 76 games this season, Lino leads the Cougars with 327 kills.
The U.S. economic crisis has brought even more attention to the presidential election.
No. 12 Oklahoma State defeated the No. 16 MU soccer team 3-2 in overtime Sunday in Oklahoma.
The 17th annual Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival got under way Saturday with a parade and live music. The festival continues Sunday.
During the barbecue, church members sell fudge and mutton to raise money to sustain the congregation.
A robbery occurred at about 1:15 a.m. Sunday near the Francis Quadrangle. The victim chased the suspects down Eighth Street to Broadway, where he lost them.
A man suspected in an assault that occurred early Sunday morning has turned himself in to a Boone County sheriff's deputy.
The Columbia Vision Commission, established by the City Council on Oct. 6, will have a key role in seeing that the city's visioning goals come to fruition.
Columbia police officers noticed two people being removed from a business on Broadway, while on foot patrol near Broadway and Hitt Street early Sunday morning. One man had sustained an injury to his chest.
Republican Kenny Hulshof has introduced a new policy almost weekly since the start of the Missouri gubernatorial race, while Democrat Jay Nixon has stuck to three basic messages: the economy, health care and higher education.