Ashland residents gear up for rodeo with parade

Ashland community members gathered to participate in the annual parade and rodeo.

Edwards passes Ambrose on last lap to win Montreal

The win is Edwards' first career road win and the first Nationwide road triumph for Roush Fenway Racing.

Greinke pitches 1-hitter in Royals win

The Kansas City ace leads the majors with three shutouts and six complete games.

Uncertainty hangs over Chiefs at end of weekend

The extent of quarterback Matt Cassel's injury is unclear.

Rams' Bulger back at practice after injury

After missing two weeks with a pinky injury, the St. Louis quarterback through passes in a side session.

Armed woman forces plane to abort landing in Fulton

The woman told investigators she was mad at the plane for flying too close to her house.

Sedalia high school bans T-shirt referencing evolution

The "Brass Evolutions" shirt, showing a monkey horn player evolving into a human, is as unacceptable as a "Brass Resurrections" shirt would be, school officials say.

One dead after car crash

The one-vehicle crash occurred at 3 a.m. Sunday in far south Columbia. No other people were involved.

Recession doesn't stop church renovations

Despite being in the midst of recession, Columbia congregations are still willing to open their pocketbooks when it comes to maintaining and renovating places of worship.

MU hosts conference on Korean relations

MU hosted the ninth Truman Conference on U.S.-Korean relations on Friday. The biennial conference focused on the politics, agriculture and economics of the Korean peninsula.

No new abuse allegations received, diocese says

The Diocese of Jefferson City says it has not received any new allegations since its mid-July sex abuse settlement with a victim who lived in Boonville.

Murder trial for mother of slain child starts Monday

Keyonda Lumpkins is charged with second-degree murder in the death of her 2-year-old son, who was burned, cut and bound before he eventually died from a blow to his head.

Deaton speaks out against Anheuser-Busch's 'Team Pride' campaign

Chancellor Brady Deaton's said in a letter that Anheuser-Busch's "Team Pride" marketing campaign, in which the brewery used MU school colors on its beer cans, was "unacceptable."

Ministry fair provides support for MU's Christian community

A nondenominational Christian group at MU organized a ministry fair for freshmen and other new students.

Gilbert Moye switches sides for Missouri football ... again

Gilbert Moye, a sophomore, was placed at safety when he first arrived at MU. This summer, coaches asked if he would switch from safety to running back. Moye, who played quarterback in high school, said he's excited about his new responsibility.

LETTER: Keep government out of health care

The government's track record doesn't make it too likely that health care reform will fare better than other agencies.

Old Southwest neighbors band together to buy land

Residents on and around Garth Avenue are trying to raise enough money to buy the property from the family of Robert Smarr Jr. in an effort to keep it from developers.

Tight-knit Tigers volleyball team takes tournament

The Missouri women’s volleyball team prepared for the start of the season at a team dinner at the house of junior outside hitter Julianna Klein. The meal was the team’s first real bonding experience. 

PHOTO GALLERY: Tiger Invitational volleyball tournament

The Missouri women's volleyball team were champions of this weekend's Tiger Invitational with victories over Texas State, Ole Miss and Brigham Young University.

Columbia College soccer team falls to St. Xavier

The Columbia College men's soccer team lost to St. Xavier 1-0 on Saturday in Chicago.