Barrett, who wrote "The Air We Breathe," will speak Thursday evening at Columbia College.
The Rock Bridge offensive line has played together for three years. That longevity has led to a close-knit group, one aching for a break-out season.
Chase Coffman completed his memorable Missouri career last year, finishing with the most receptions for a tight end at the Football Bowl Subdivision level. Andrew Jones, a regular starter for the first time this year, said Coffman also set a great example of how to be a successful student-athlete.
Jake Harry encourages his teammates by telling them to score points and keep him off the field.
From Mark Sanford to Peg-Leg Bates, here's 10 things you didn't know about Missouri's Saturday opponent.
Between Jerry Wade becoming the first official candidate for mayor, while Sarah Steelman's announces that she won't seek the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate, and the consideration of surveillance cameras downtown, people are talking.
Today's Question: Should City Council reconsider its decision not to install city-owned surveillance cameras downtown?
Keep Columbia Safe, a grass-roots organization led by Adam Taylor's mother Karen Taylor to place surveillance cameras downtown, is trying to collect the 2,579 signatures it needs to place the initiative on the April 2010 ballot.
Americans in general, and journalists in particular, should devote themselves to the truth, which can be found by digging beyond information presented by press releases and high-ranking officials and following one's gut.
The unidentified 24-year-old woman had no other pre-existing conditions or illnesses, similar to other H1N1-related deaths.
One of three people charged in a June 6 parking garage assault on a Columbia man was found guilty of second-degree robbery. He could receive up to 15 years in prison.
Hickman wide receiver Anthony Oetting suffered a dislocated hip last year in his first varsity practice. He decided to return to football because the injury was so rare in football.
The Cougars extended their perfect record Thursday with a sweep of conference foe Harris-Stowe State University.
Joe Al Howell, who died Wednesday, was the university's president for 18 years.
The Columbia Parks and Recreation Department teamed up with the Office of Cultural Events to bring September’s Family Fun Fest, which was geared toward bringing out the creativity in kids.
In response to Chancellor Brady Deaton's letter, Anheuser-Busch says it will stop selling fan cans in the Columbia area "in the near future."
After 27 years, "Pepper & Friends" will say it's final goodbye on Friday. Paul Pepper's radio show will begin Oct. 5 on KBIA.
The greatest division in America today is not between the Democrats and Republicans, nor between people of different race, nor between those who are for or against health reform.
The 77-year-old Missouri man was from Liberty. Hawaii County police have ordered an autopsy.
A scaled-down version of "Pepper and Friends" will debut in October on KBIA.