Marissa Jo Daniel, a competitive lumberjack for MU, will be the only female competitor at the STIHL Timbersports Collegiate Series Midwest Regional this weekend.
Phil Bradley, who played football and baseball at Missouri, accepted softball coach Ehren Earleywine's offer to become the Tigers' new volunteer assistant coach.
Water samples taken at the Lake of the Ozarks showed high E. coli levels, but the Missouri Department of Natural Resources said that internal delays pushed back the release of its report for almost another month.
Despite not starting, fifth-year senior Amanda Hantouli helped change the game with every opportunity she had.
Visitors to the Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ festival braved stormy weather to attend the festival Saturday. James Hand, Rory Block and Booker T were among the artists who played today.
At the third annual Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival, Columbians enjoyed a variety of events. Whether grilling or swaying to the music, Columbia's streets were full of people ready to experience all the festival had to offer.
Cyclist Lance Armstong called Gov. Jay Nixon to thank him for funding the Tour of Missouri bicycle race.
If H1N1 flu was the cause, the death would be the first among youths. Two adults died earlier this year.
After working all through the night, barbecue teams were excited to earn recognition for their award-winning meat. Mark Hyman of Great Grills O' Fire took home the competition's top prize.
The top five male and female finishers in the Roots 'N Blues half marathon Saturday.
Several bills in Congress are attempting to deal with the issue of emergency control of the Internet, but privacy advocates say the government's not qualified.
Harold Warren Sr. was indicted Friday, about a year after the state took his funeral directors' and embalmers' licenses.
Local band The Bel Airs was part of Friday night's concert lineup for the Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival.
Wide receiver Danario Alexander caught nine passes for 170 yards, and the Tiger defense forced a key fumble early in the fourth quarter. Missouri beat Nevada, 31-21.
After struggling in the first half, Kendial Lawrence and Derrick Washington each had a big play in the second half.
No one's exactly sure what happened or how it escalated to the point of punches being thrown between members of the football and basketball teams at Kanas last week.