In Saturday's 78-44 thrashing of Stetson in the MU men's basketball team's final tuneup before Tuesday's showdown with Illinois, the backup big men got the chance to prove their worth for the Tigers.
About 500 graduates were at Hearnes Center for the College of Arts and Science commencement ceremony.
As the lone Republican in Missouri's executive branch and as president of the Missouri Senate, Kinder has offered to play a role in bridging the gap between a Democratically-controlled administration and a Republican-controlled legislature.
Rock Bridge High School's AIDS walk on Saturday was one of the top two U.S. fundraisers held this year for the organization YouthAIDS.
On the eve of the Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force’s second anniversary, a Boone County jury returned a guilty verdict in just the second case initiated by the task force that has gone to trial.
This week, we ask you to weigh in on the slow negotiations concerning red-light cameras, a Taser settlement offer given to the city, academic and athletic funding at MU, funding problems at the Humane Society and the cost-effectiveness of going green.
A fire caused an estimated $175,000 in damage to a Worley Street apartment building.
The home had been burglarized on Thursday, though it is unclear whether the two incidents are related, a police department release said.
Boone County Sheriff's deputies say Dylan Hulett, 19, intentionally rammed a second vehicle and pushed it 270 feet, causing it to hit a home where children were present.
Michael W. Ridgeway, 36, and two male juveniles, all from Columbia, were arrested after police responded to a report of a burglary in process at a home east of Columbia.
Joseph Burgin, 36, a registered sex offender in Wyandotte County, Kansas, was arrested after Boone County sheriff's deputies showed up to serve a warrant from Johnson County, Kansas.
No injuries were reported in the fire, which left a Columbia woman and her two children homeless.