Before playing Colorado on Saturday, ESPN was removed from the television sets in the Missouri locker room. The only thing the screens showed was what Pinkel had been preaching to his players all week long: the time of the game.
The changes under McCaincare will include increased choices of health care plans and a different tax treatment.
This election will signal the beginning of a new chapter in American history. How we progress is pretty much up to us.
Before giving coaching a try, Red Raiders coach Mike Leach earned his law degree.
Three out of four Missourians registered to vote will cast a ballot Nov. 4, according to an estimate from the secretary of state's office, which has some groups worried about how busy polling places could be on Election Day.
One of the issues facing candidates is how to improve funding for Missouri's highway system.
The number of jury trials in Boone County through September increased 44 percent compared to the same time last year. The increase is the result of several factors, including a spike in crime in 2007, which means extra work for an already overburdened court.
Missouri pitcher Brad Buehler was drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays out of high school. His teammate Kyle Gibson, another standout pitcher, was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies. It's made for some lively discussions at Tigers practices this fall.
Branco, a senior from Sao Paulo, Brazil, has nearly perfected the setter tip. We she used effectively Monday night in the Columbia College volleyball team's victory over visiting McKendree.
Marla Kay, a 24-year-old from Columbia, won her first competition Friday in a mixed martial arts event at the Blue Note.
James Rensing is in favor of giving more power to the states and would support phasing out Medicare and Medicaid.
He emphasizes his experience advocating for the elderly and promoting tourism.
State Rep. Sam Page, of Creve Coeur, says his top three priorities are helping to relieve the financial burdens on working families, improve education and increase teacher pay.
After 27 years as a Republican, Teddy Fleck left the GOP and is now running as the Libertarian candidate for lieutenant governor.
Police officers found approximately 117 grams of crack cocaine Monday afternoon after a foot chase following a disturbance in the 800 block of Washington Avenue, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.
A change in the times that tailgaters could be at Reactor Field was effective at limiting arrests and peace disturbances, police say.
Hearthfires, the Mid-Missouri Pagan Spiritual Alliance, presented a panel discussion on Sunday titled "Which Witch is Which?" at the Columbia Public Library.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jay Nixon has raised roughly twice as much during his three-year campaign as Republican rival Kenny Hulshof, according to reports filed Monday with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
Two witnesses testified Monday that the plaintiff, in a lawsuit involving a 2005 accident in which two cars struck her bicycle, crossed College Avenue from Rollins Avenue on a red light.
One of Ryan Ferguson's appeals of his 2005 murder and robbery convictions is moving forward in Cole County. The appeal is based on the jury selection process used for his trial.