When the Rock Bridge Bruins saw Liberty quarterback Kevin VanEgdom throw laterally to receiver Marcus Lucas, the Rock Bridge defense read the screen play and swarmed to the ball in an effort to bring down the versatile 6’5” receiver. The only problem – Lucas wasn’t just out there to catch a pass.
The Tigers fell short to both Texas teams Friday, placing third in the Big 12 Relays
New players may need time to get used to Missouri basketball coach Mike Anderson's high-intensity practices.
Columbia Missourian sports editor, and avid ukulele player, Greg Bowers and reporter Robert Mays talk about how the list is created. Bowers lent his ukulele skills for the closing music of today's show.
Roland Meinert's guest column earlier this week leaves out several useful pieces of information.
The newly discovered intersex anatomy of South African runner Caster Semenya opens up a floodgate of critique, some deeply rooted in gender prejudice.
The murder trial of William Clinch was stopped before it began eight months ago, snagged on an unresolved legal question. A new trial is set to begin on Monday, but again the legal question has not been resolved.
Missourians can call 877-FLU-4141 to ask questions about H1N1 flu, from symptoms to the availability of the vaccine.
A house fire at 8 Fleming Dr. caused structural damage to the attic area, but no one was hurt.
A three-car collision Friday on Range Line Street sent a Columbia woman to the hospital. None of the cars involved sustained significant damage.
Christopher Nesladek learned that the Boone County Public Works Department had trimmed his and his neighbors' shrubbery. When he called the county around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, they already had heard other complaints, and eventually, the county pulled the crew from the neighborhood early.
Templeton should return to work soon after being suspended for providing false information about E. coli in water at the Lake of the Ozarks. Joe Bindbeutel, former deputy director of the DNR, will no longer be appointed to the Administrative Hearing Committee.
An estimated 70 students were absent from Columbia Public Schools this week due to influenza, though it isn't certain how much the H1N1 strain is affecting the schools.
A decision on who will be the next chief of the Boone County Fire Protection District could be final by the end of the month.
When it comes to MAP testing, Missouri charter schools underperform compared to their public counterparts.
A couple with long ties to MU pledged more than $1 million to establish a chair in obstetrics and gynecology and women's health. "This was an opportunity for us to give back to those who follow us," said George Huggins, a St. Louis native who went to MU for medical school.
A cyclist harassment ordinance that passed in June caused controvery. On Monday night the council will look again at a tabled amendment to include pedestrians and wheelchair users.
As more attacks further destabilize Pakistan, President Barack Obama must consider whether to send more troops to Afghanistan.