After two years at Missouri, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin is preparing to take his step in professional football as a probable first round pick in the NFL Draft.
New scoring system, turnovers and intensity helped the Tigers defense win the football spring game for the first time since the Brad Smith era.
Columbia Missourian sports editor Greg Bowers and reporters David Ubben and Robert Mays share their forecasts on the athletic careers of some of the outgoing MU football players.
Sophomore quarterback Blaine Gabbert struggled at times as he took over as the leader of the Tigers offense in Saturday's Black & Gold Game at Faurot Field.
How state representatives from around Columbia voted on House bill to allow concealed weapons on college campuses and lower the minimum age for conceal and carry permits to 21.
Junior Ben Levin originally got involved with the sport to stay in shape for soccer, but now he is becoming a player that opposing tennis teams are wanting to avoid to play.
The teams won first places in Livestock, Forestry and Nusery/Landscaping career development tests.
More than 100 volunteers showed up Saturday to pick up trash and debris.
The Kewpies had some scoring opportunities, but some deflected goals by Francis Howell Central put the game out of reach.
A Columbia man was arrested Friday evening on suspicion of attempting to rob a grocery store near Prathersville, according to the Boone County Sheriff's Department. The man later attempted suicide in a Boone County Jail cell, the department said.
After losing in double overtime Thursday, the Bruins bounced to win Saturday afternoon against Glendale to split a pair of games in the weekend tournament.
Rodney E. McCray was arrested Friday on suspicion of robbing a Columbia Taco Bell on April 12 and a Break Time convenience store on March 15, 2008.
More than 300 entries competed in five categories.
Students competed at the annual Smithton Laboratory and Invention Convention at Smithton Middle School on Saturday morning in three different engineering experiments.
Gisela Marrero, who had planned to have a second child with Johnny Quintana, needed the court's permission because they were not married.
The man, who authorities say was meeting with an undercover cop who posed as a 13- year-old girl, was arrested with duct tape and a loaded weapon.
Lt. Jerry Bledsoe has been following leads on the 1979 disappearance of Cheryl Anne Scherer.