Oklahoma’s 65-21 home win over Texas Tech on Saturday only muddied the picture of who the Missouri Tigers football team will play Dec. 6 for the Big 12 championship at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
Players’ parents share positive reactions to news that Pinkel and Missouri athletic department officials are in discussion to extend Pinkel’s contract beyond the five-year deal he signed last December that pays him $1.85 million annually.
This week, we also ask readers to weigh in traffic plans for West Broadway, delays on traffic lights, improvements at the airport and a new Catholic high school for Columbia.
The MU women's basketball team won its first game since last March despite a poor performance from its leading scorer and lone senior.
The Missouri volleyball team fell to the Baylor Bears Saturday night in Waco, Texas.
Student enrollment at universities in Kansas and Missouri has been increasingly diverse this year.
"You can almost hear people yelling, 'Get me out at any price,'" said Al Goodman, chief market strategist at Wachovia Securities. "It’s the highest level of fear and depression in my 45 years as a student of the market."
The Stephens basketball team couldn’t pull out a victory Saturday against William Penn University for the Quality Inn Tip-Off tournament championship.
Her company made the Slinky toy, which has sold hundreds of millions worldwide and for which James was inducted into the Toy Industry Hall of Fame.
A quality control inspector from Sedalia inspects the beams, diaphragms and cross frames made at DeLong's Inc. and used to construct bridges.
The general store owner denied knowing anything about the "Osama Obama Shotgun Pool" that had been posted in his store, a sheriff said.
Leaders in the U.S. coal industry say they've received mixed messages about President-elect Barack Obama's support for coal-fired power.
The number of students enrolled in English Language Learner programs in the Columbia Public School District has increased by 138 students so far this year.
Vanessa Melton is Columbia's November "Volunteer of the Month" thanks to her role in building a tower that will be a refuge for chimney swifts, a group of birds whose numbers have been declining nationwide.
Cameron residents are concerned about drinking water being linked to brain tumors, even though the Department of Natural Resources says it's safe.
Omicka L. Cowans, 31, of Columbia was arrested on suspicion of first-degree domestic assault, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.
Police arrested Terrance L. Williams, 22, Donte R. Hardin, 20, and Christopher D. Turner, 32, in an ongoing Columbia Police Department investigation into the illegal sales of drugs and firearms.
Officials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers meet with Kirksville area residents to discuss possible scenarios for dealing with traces of trichloroethene found in groundwater near the former Kirksville Air Force Base.
City officials say Saudi Arabian King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz arrived at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., for a checkup and brought five princes and hundreds of others. He left behind lots of money.
A boy stabbed a man with a pocket knife in St. Charles.