Entering the bottom of the eighth with a one-run lead against Texas Tech, the Missouri bullpen allowed three runs to score. The Red Raiders held on for a 4-2 win at Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City in the Tigers' second game of the Big 12 tournament.
State-sanctioned executions are the government's ultimate expression of power, and therefore newspapers bear the responsibility of shining a light on the event.
Leonard Griswell's take on geographic policing in downtown Columbia.
The Missouri softball team will battle No. 2 UCLA this weekend in Los Angeles for a bid to the NCAA's College World Series of Softball.
Internationally, this competition attracts an audience of over 100 million from more than 50 different countries.
The Special Business District and the Central Columbia Association are looking to merge into one entity — a community improvement district. Is a community improvement district a good idea for downtown? Why or why not?
Changing the law to allow motorcycle riders over the age of 21 to ride without a helmet is a step backward.
Mid-Missouri offers plenty of great spots for outdoor recreation, with its mix of nature trails, conservation areas and state parks. With just a little gas in the tank and a sense of adventure, you're sure to find some great, simple and family-friendly entertainment.
They don't have a daughter or anyone else in the family on the team, yet Steven and Charlotte Meiners have spent the past two seasons traveling to games across the country, from San Diego to Myrtle Beach, S.C., to Atlanta.
Andee Allen, the Missouri softball team's starting second baseman, overcame her father's death last season and is looking forward to honoring his memory at this weekend's super regional against UCLA.
The deadline for School Board application submissions is 4:30 p.m. June 5, and the School Board hopes to have its new member by June 18.
The Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission on Thursday unanimously approved Sustainable Farmers & Communities Inc.'s development plans for an "eco-friendly" Farmers' Market Pavilion. The City Council is scheduled to vote on the plans June 15.
A codefendant in the case told authorities he made nine trips from Texas to Missouri with at least 200 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle each time.
One of Lance Shockley's attorneys said he believed the judge made an appropriate ruling in the case. However, an appeal is planned.
One of 16 alleged gang members charged with drug- and gun-related crimes pleaded guilty to all charges Thursday in federal court. He now faces between five and 60 years in prison without the possibility of parole.
A recording of the incident helped the Police Department's Professional Standards Unit determine that the officer who arrested former MU basketball star Willie Smith on March 9 acted appropriately.
The suspect is described as a dark-skinned black man in his early 20s, about 5 feet 6 inches tall with a thin build.
Deputies seized cocaine packaged for distribution and a loaded handgun, but no arrests were made at the scene.
The money will come from the state's legal expense fund, which to date has spent more than $1.3 million on attorneys for defending Blunt and four former staff members, Attorney General Chris Koster said.
The project is estimated to cost $16.1 million and should take about a year to complete.