The No. 15 Tigers continued their dominance following losses this season with a convincing 73-64 upset victory over the No. 5 Sooners on Wednesday night in front of a sellout crowd at Mizzou Arena. The win moved the Tigers to 5-0 following a loss and to 18-0 at home this season.
Missouri legislature faces scrutiny as it plans this year's budget. Fiscal spending in the past has been irresponsible and extravagant and seems to be making little progress.
Michael Anderson Jr., usually the Tigers' 12th man, was in the starting lineup Wednesday against Oklahoma
We don't need more laws restricting what we do in the car, but we should use a little more common sense.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team is one step closer to back-to-back state championships after beating Waynesville 50-30 Wednesday night in its Class 5 sectional game in Union.
After defeating Waynesville 59-46 on Wednesday, the Rock Bridge boys basketball team advances to the Class 5 state quarterfinals. The Bruins have lost their sectional games for the past three seasons.
The Tigers defeat SIU Edwardsville 2-0 on Wednesda at University Field.
Some of us might not understand how big business operates but apparently neither do some industry executives.
Recently released data show that blacks and Hispanics who were pulled over during traffic stops in 2008 were more than twice as likely to be searched and arrested. The Boone County Sheriff's department said the data reflect proactive law enforcement.
The Columbia Public Schools Board of Education met Wednesday to discuss the contract of its new superintendent, Chris Belcher. The final version of the contract will be approved by the board in a meeting Monday.
Missouri's 8-0 victory over winless Western Illinois on Wednesday night in front of a sparse home opener crowd was the last season premier for the old Taylor Stadium.
Residents of Columbia, Warrenton and Blue Springs critiqued the Missouri Department of Transportation's plans for truck-only lanes on Interstate 70 at a forum Wednesday night. However, because no funding is yet available for the multi-billion dollar effort, MoDot can't guarantee a ground breaking in the near future.
The lone occupant of the flipped fire engine was released from the hospital after the Wednesday afternoon accident, according to a news release.
Mariana Chilton, a researcher specializing in hunger, began the "Witnesses to Hunger" program in 2007 to attach faces and stories to the problem of hunger and malnutrition in America. Since starting the program, she acts as a friend and support system for its participants.
The Columbia College men's basketball team has six experienced seniors who could lead the Cougars to an AMC Tournament title and a bid to the NAIA national tournament in Kansas City.
Portland, Ore., neighborhood activist Paul Leistner gave suggestions during a forum Tuesday on how to rework the City of Columbia's way of managing neighborhood associations, including possibly mandating that each neighborhood have one.
A high concentration of college students live in the neighborhood where residents have complained about trash being set out as many as three days early. Possible solutions discussed by the city include raising fees for complaint-driven early trash pickup and moving neighborhood pickup to a different day of the week.
MU Board of Curators denied students a voting seat Wednesday with a vote of 22-9.
Ryan Montez Kee, 22, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to distribute drugs and to possession with intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana.
The station at Blue Ridge and Providence could cost $1.65 million. The location of Columbia's ninth fire station is a sign of growth on the north side of town and will decrease response time calls in Vanderveen, officials say.