For the third time in three years, Missouri coach Mike Anderson suspended Tigers forward Leo Lyons.
What are your thoughts on the vision Gov. Jay Nixon laid out for the state in his inauguration speech? How can his goals be accomplished? Share your thoughts.
The word sounds great on first read, but multiculturalism actually does more to push Americans apart than to bring them together.
Bill Merideth joined the race for one of two open seats on the Columbia School Board on Friday, bringing the number of applicants to five.
It's been my experience that people who have not moved past racial divisiveness by now, may never do so, and so those of us who are willing to move on, should keep going.
The Hickman girls basketball team defeated visiting Kirksville 61-35 on Monday in Columbia.
In his first speech as governor, Nixon called for an end to partisan politics in Jefferson City as the state faces historic economical and unemployment challenges.
Candidates for Columbia’s police chief met with the press and public in two open forums Monday. The four candidates answered questions about citizen review boards and Taser use, two of the city's most contentious issues.
At the Columbia Board of Education's first meeting of the year Monday evening, Jim Ritter, superintendent of the Columbia public schools, did not recommend any property tax levy increase because of current economic conditions.
After the governor's short inaugural address, Nixon's supporters were treated to a tour of the Governor's Mansion and a potluck dinner.
After serving as Missouri's attorney general for 16 years, Nixon took the oath of office to become governor.
Prosecutor Dan Knight argued for several motions in the trial of William P. Clinch, who is accused of murdering Jeremy Bohannon in 2007. The motion hearing will continue Wednesday; the murder trial is scheduled to begin Jan. 27.
This year’s breakfast, “Columbia Values Diversity: This We Believe,” will be from 7 to 8:45 a.m. Thursday at the Holiday Inn Select Expo Center, and will feature live music performances.
Residents in De Sota, a town about 40 miles southwest of St. Louis, spoke favorably of the hometown boy who is now Missouri's governor.
Click here to read the full prepared remarks of Gov. Jay Nixon's inauguration speech.
Daniel, who is currently preparing for April NFL draft, did not previously disclose the injury.