Missouri linebacker Steve Redmond had to endure the difficult transition from competitor to injured player. It’s a change that gets the best of many athletes, whose very identity can be shattered by a single blow.
The Alamo Bowl isn't where the Tigers had planned to end their season. But now that they're here, they plan to go out with a win.
Creative solutions are needed to make sure Missouri's economy continues to grow and evolve, especially in tough times.
Candidates for area House, Senate seats raised and spent more than ever
Regardless of the causes, there’s one thing the Tigers can agree on: There’s no altering the past. The only thing they can influence now is Monday night’s matchup with Northwestern.
Missourians competing for public works contracts can actually benefit from high unemployment rates, thanks to a 1993 law that restricts who can be hired for public construction projects during times of high unemployment.
Several incidents of the use of Tasers by the Columbia Police Department did not follow regulations and caused serious harm to individuals. Thus, additional regulations are needed to reduce the risks involved.
A Columbia transplant from New York learns to drive with the assistance of a new friend.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reviewed more than 1,000 pages of FBI documents on Thomas Eagleton and reported it found no direct evidence countering the FBI's denials that it had gathered information on the Missouri senator's treatment or leaked information about it.
Eight dogs were moved out of the stray dog wing Saturday at the Central Missouri Humane Society after rainwater began to flood the area.
A north Columbia homeowner discovered Sunday that a bullet had cut through a wall of the house.
Illinois Lt. Gov. Pat Quinn said on "Face the Nation" today that he predicts Gov. Rod Blagojevich will be removed from office by Feb. 12.
Herman Rosenblat convinced literary agents, TV producers and even Oprah Winfrey that his Holocaust story was true. But publisher Berkley Books canceled his memoir after learning the story of how he and his wife met at a Nazi concentration camp was untrue.
Flood warnings were posted Sunday over sections of Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and northwest Ohio, the National Weather Service said.
State Sen. Jason Crowell, R-Cape Girardeau, has proposed a bill to make it more beneficial for health care providers to see Medicaid recipients.
Graham, who sculpted Kansas City's 18-foot monument to jazz great Charlie Parker, died Saturday in Santa Monica, Calif.
An industrial-strength shredder in Times Square became the resting place Sunday for some people's bad memories of the past year. The shredder's victims included a printout of a breakup e-mail and a Boston Red Sox poster.
Briefly flooded with infamy, the airport men's room where Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, was arrested in a sex sting in June 2007, appears to be nearing the end of its notoriety.
Nurse Nancy Birkenmeier saves worn-out moms and desperate dads by fixing their children's sleep issues.
Her most famous role was in the B-movie classic "Detour," but she in the past year she had a starring role in a Canadian cult filmmaker's production, "My Winnipeg."