Back-to-back losses always trigger an examination of problem areas. It was clear against Oklahoma State, though, that the Missouri running game showed considerable improvement in the first half.
Senior Michelle Collins scored 27 seconds into the second overtime period to give Missouri a 1-0 double-overtime victory Sunday at Oklahoma and first place in the Big 12 Conference standings.
Gov. Jay Nixon picks Alana Barragan-Scott of Columbia to head the state Revenue Department. She has been serving as the department's interim director since July.
The Branch, a young adult-targeted ministry of Community United Methodist Church, launched in August with a weekly worship service on Tuesday nights at comedy club and nightclub Deja Vu.
Followers of the Baha'i Faith will celebrate the Birth of the Bab, one of the 19th-century founders of the faith, on Tuesday.
Looking for ways to entertain your kids this fall? Check out this list of things to do in and around Columbia in October and November.
Former Missouri U.S. Sen Jim Talent is launching a think tank, to be known as the American Freedom and Enterprise Foundation, that will promote free market principles that he feels have drifted away from Washington in recent years.
An organic farming family in Clarksville talks about how they see the future of food. The Brabo family says the tide is turning toward locally grown food.
Major bills should be open to public review prior to being voted on in the House of Representatives.
Urban deer kills are up statewide, but though Boone County killed the most deer during the season, it was not the most ever hunted. Lonnie Hansen, Missouri Department spokesman said many hunters are waiting for later seasons to hunt.
The MU Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Center, home to the nation's most comprehensive research program for developing the Chinese chestnut as a nut crop, played host to the seventh annual Missouri Chestnut Roast.
The airport master plan calls for the reconstruction of one runway and the extension of both runways at Columbia Regional Airport.
Advocates for having chickens within city limits are planning to attend the Columbia City Council's dinner before its Monday meeting and are continuing to gather signatures for a petition supporting an ordinance.
In a process where computers and Internet access are absolutely essential to identifying and applying for employment opportunities, it is an assumption that thrusts the impoverished job-hunters in the hole.
Inspired by a Christian author's book, Central Christian Church revolutionizes a service to better suit "nonchurchy" individuals.
Shepard Fairey lied and submitted false evidence in his fair use suit against The Associated Press. His actions could jeopardize his case and empower the AP's countersuit.
Medical-device firms are resisting a $40 billion fee to be assessed as part of the Senate Finance Comittee's health care proposal. Resistance is supported by a bipartisan coalition of representatives receiving campaign contributions and protecting home-state industries.