Keith Dewitt, a 6-foot-10 recruit that has signed with the Tigers men's basketball team, will not enroll at MU after failing to meet eligibility requirements.
After spending the summer studying the Missouri offense with older teammates, Jack Meiners, an offensive tackle for the Tigers, has positioned himself to be the second true freshman lineman to earn playing time during head coach Gary Pinkel's career.
The widening war will be the main influence in the country, regardless of who wins the election.
Heather Linneman has been running Little Wonders Preschool out of her home in Vanderveen Subdivision since 2003, but the homeowners association is now suing to have it shut down, saying it violates neighborhood covenants.
After 12 years, Mary Korth-Lloyd, principal at Rock Bridge Elementary School, will return to the classroom for a year. She hopes to become a better leader after she has walked in teacher's shoes again.
Tickets generated from red light cameras will not add points onto offender's licenses. The city of Columbia is planning an event at the corner of Broadway and Providence for Sept. 4, the day tickets will begin to carry a fine of $120
Health care for women shouldn't be lost in the myths of health care reform.
Sophomore Jessie Crabtree scored her first goal and first points of her collegiate career with the game winner in the Missouri soccer team's 3-2 victory Friday night in its season opener at Iowa.
As the month of Ramadan begins, two council members discuss the importance of the holiday and various activities at the Islamic Center of Central Missouri.
The Coalition to Control Tasers has requested documents but consistently encountered delays, incomplete reports and high charges.
The Columbia City Council will have to approve the commission's vote to make the property an industrial zone.
Jennifer Perlow, owner of Perlow-Stevens Gallery, judged the Open Division of the Fine Arts Competition at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia.
The Missouri volleyball team opened its 2009 season Friday night with the annual Black and Gold scrimmage at Hearnes Center. The Black squad topped the Gold team 15-8, 15-6, 7-15, 15-13.
Professor emeritus Angus “Mac” McDougall died Thursday. He was 92.
Parents of affected students must turn in request for transfer forms by Aug. 28 if they decide to pursue the option.
One reason for the rise in home sales could be due to first-time home buyer credits, real estate agents say. The country will have to wait until after the credits expire in November to see if the trend continues.
Today's Question: How much sway should the homeowners association have over the Vanderveen Crossing covenants?
The Vanderveen Crossing Homeowners Association is suing residents Heather and Taylor Linneman for running a day care out of their home, which the association claims violates neighborhood covenants. But the neighborhood developer told the Linnemans he had the final say on covenants, and gave the Linnemans consent to run their business.
Sen. Brad Lager said Senate staff weren't allowed to interview Department of Natural Resources employees Thursday, but DNR Director Mark Templeton said the agency and Senate investigators had agreed to allow the DNR's lawyers to be present during interviews.
The Kroger Co. grocery chain says its Super Kids Enriched White Sandwich Bread could pose a threat to people with milk allergies. Customers who bought the bread should return it for a refund or replacement, the store says.
A monthly survey of rural bankers suggests that real estate, retail sales and hiring are still below levels needed for growth in 11 Midwest and Plains states, including Missouri.