The MU guard makes his first six three-point shots.
Missourian reporters asked folks around Columbia what changes they would like to see happen in 2009. These are their responses.
For this recent graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism, the transition from college to the working world has given her a set of nine goals for 2009. First up: Get a job.
The insults toward President George Bush continue until his final days. Here's to a pledge to treat the new president with more honor and integrity.
The Tigers have a four-game winning streak heading into conference play Saturday.
A study by the Pew Center on the States said 16 states and the District of Columbia didn't allow military members enough time to vote, mainly because the system relied on snail mail.
The Tigers scored 22 unanswered points to start the game.
Cuts in exploration and output mean prices are going to climb again, experts say, to the levels the were last summer. And it could happen by 2011 or 2012.
The documentary was shot by feature film maker Randy Sinquefield, an MU graduate, and follows students for one week. "We're all music geeks, which has kind of made us bond," said one student.
Garten, who filed for school board candidacy on Friday, withdrew his name on Monday, citing scheduling conflicts.
The late Thanksgiving and two extra working days helped.
Even rocks are feeling the pinch of the economic downturn, and Boone County Public Works is preparing for a 10 percent increase in prices.
The Columbia Fire Department has improved in the fire protection service rankings, from a Class 3 to a Class 2. This makes the department one of only seven in Missouri to have received such a ranking.
He doesn't have to live there, and he already has a house in Jefferson City. But the governor elect plans to spend inauguration night in the Governor's Mansion and then move in.
The Missouri women's basketball team rides an eight-game winning streak into Saturday's game against No. 3 Texas A&M.
Lafayette County Prosecutor Page Bellamy was appointed to head the public safety division. Former aide Doug Ommen will lead the consumer protection division.
Democratic floor leader Rep. Paul LeVota says Missouri voters have sent the General Assembly a clear message for the 2009 legislative session, which begins Wednesday: "Work together; cooperation is key."
The State Historical Society of Missouri has carefully stowed the state’s daily newspapers in the basement of Ellis Library for more than a century, but looming budget cuts have at least temporarily ended this tradition.
Blaine Luetkemeyer, a conservative Republican businessman from Miller County, joined 53 new U.S. House members and nine new senators who were sworn in Tuesday in the 111th Congress. He is the state's only new addition.