The deal could make the Missouri coach the third highest-paid coach in the Big 12 and quiet speculation about him departing to take the open job at Washington.
Missouri's 17-0 spurt helped the Tigers to a 87-59 victory.
An impeachment trial is the best way to uncover all the wrongdoing that Cheney has had a hand in.
French vintners imported Missouri rootstocks around the turn of the 20th century, only to find that Missouri grapevines sheltered a pest called phylloxera.
The MU Institute for Continental Climate Viticulture and Enology is spearheading research that could spur a Missouri wine renaissance and put the growing industry on the global map.
MU researchers are trying to unlock the secret of a parasitic threat to soybean crops in Missouri and nationwide.
Advertising and circulation revenues continue to decline at newspapers nationwide, and journalists shouldn't feel apologetic when public enthusiasm garners papers a little extra revenue.
The Washington State University board of regents accepted Elson Floyd's suggestion for the voluntary $100,000 pay cut. He will now earn $625,000 a year serving as president of the university.
Neal Boyd, winner of NBC's "America's Got Talent" reality competition series, is still the same humble guy who visits his college town and takes his mom's advice.
Four Columbia women opened a store downtown to offer alternative retail shopping, but a trip to Uganda changed the way they saw their position.
Administrators are “between a rock and a hard place” in planning the budget for fiscal year 2010, MU Provost Brian Foster said Friday at an open forum for faculty and staff.
With rumors flying, Boone County Fire Protection District board members aren't saying anything about an upcoming vote or the reason for the flurry of closed meetings.
White, who served as editor, publisher and president of the Mexico Ledger and worked to promote press freedom, died Thursday at a Columbia hospital.
Missouri artists interested in designing public art for the new Fire Station No. 9 can now submit applications to the Office of Cultural Affairs until Dec. 12.
Seven non-black students met Thursday to discuss how they perceive the Black Culture Center. Before the session, they voiced beliefs that programs at the center were not aimed at them because of their racial or ethnic identity.
After 50 years in Columbia, McRoberts & Company, led by Andrew J. McRoberts, 85, will be closing.
The Association of Health Care Journalists held an online panel talking about President-elect Barack Obama's health care plan. Karen Davis and Sheila Burke were the two panelists.
Amanda Wright has been teaching in Missouri for five years and is one of more than 11,000 teachers across the country to win the award.
Police arrested an 18-year-old on Friday in connection with two burglaries, one at Break Time at 4 Business Loop 70 E. on Thursday and one at Midwest Petroleum at 1102 Business Loop 70 E. on Friday.
A car struck an MU van as the van was pulling out of the driveway of Schweitzer Hall, police said.