The Tigers rebounded after a loss to beat Baylor and celebrate with fans. Sunday, the team will turn its focus to going on the road and beating Texas.
Senior forward Leo Lyons scored a career-high 30 points after rejoining the starting lineup for the Missouri men's basketball team Saturday against Baylor.
The measure includes funding for alternative transportation and would help create the "green jobs" that President Barack Obama has promoted.
A Columbia Heart Beat blog post citing anonymous sources caused Bob Roper, chairman of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee, and City Manager Bill Watkins to deny the post that alleged Roper wanted to rid the City Council of "activist" members.
Kansas City Police Major Christine Laughlin and Police Chief Kenneth Burton of Haltom City, Texas are the remaining two candidates for the police chief position. Both are preparing for the finalist interviews that will take place in Columbia during the next few weeks.
Extension officials fear that a large cut to the program would have lasting negative impacts.
Three Missouri women's basketball players were suspended for the game by Tigers coach Cindy Stein after violating a team rule.
The alliance is between Regional Economic Development Inc. and the Kansas City Area Development Council.
The recalls cover Bear Naked's Appalachian Trail Mix products, Clif Bar's CLIF and LUNA bars and Ice Cream Spealties' novelties. NutriSystem is expanding its recall of its Peanut Butter Granola Bar and Best Brands is recalling more of its peanut butter frozen cookie dough.
This year's winners include Dumas Apartments and the old Flat Branch wastewater treatment plant.
A small Hallsville hair salon has provided a fun place for residents to change their look for around four years.
Sen. McCaskill chastised Wall Street executives for handing out billions of dollars of federal bailout money for bonuses. McCaskill's compensation plan, which was referred to a Senate committee, would force companies to implement a compensation cap for their employees.
Two people were killed in a car wreck on a Callaway County road. The victims were identified as Shawn M. Sumner, 17, of Williamsburg, and Kimberly K. Hall, 50, of Fulton.
The MU gymnastics team won three of the four events Saturday at Ohio State. Junior Sarah Shire shined with her third all-around title of the season.
Welcome Home Inc., a nonprofit agency that helps homeless veterans, provides shelter for them while teaching them skills so they can eventually move into homes of their own.
The Missouri Tigers and Nebraska Cornhuskers each won five matches of the dual on Saturday night. Every match was decided by 3 points, except for the 133-pound match.
The Columbia City Council will decide whether to eliminate duplicate hearings for non-controversial rezoning requests and development plans Monday, in an effort to increase efficiency.
The Missouri National Guard was sent to southeast Missouri to assist with debris cleanup and power generation after the recent ice storm. On Friday, President Barack Obama approved a request for a federal emergency declaration.