Talk of all the key players who have returned to their teams this season dominated the Big 12 Conference men's basketball media day Thursday. But Missouri is looking to remain competitive while replacing its three leading scorers from a season ago.
After getting swept by Hickman last year, the Rock Bridge girls volleyball team beat the Kewpies in straight games Thursday night to the season series 3-1.
Several witnesses testified in the first-degree murder trial of William Clinch, 39, of Hallsville. Clinch, who has admitted that he shot and killed his brother-in-law in September 2007, said he did it to save the lives of his nieces and nephews. Witnesses told their accounts of the alleged abuse.
The university might not be in the best financial situation, but things aren't as bad as they could be.
Too many believe that there can only be one “right religion," but we all take different avenues seeking our personal truths and we stumble when others believe differently.
The weather in Columbia is expected to be mild this winter. El Nino is expected to affect weather in Columbia.
About 30 parents and a few students attended a forum Wednesday to discuss the removal of marching band from Columbia Public Schools' junior high music curriculum.
Nine-year-old Elizabeth Olten did not arrive home after she started walking from a friend's house Wednesday night. Dozens of people were searching a rural, wooded area near where she was last seen.
The 101-year-old newspaper's financial state was discussed in a positive tone on Friday at the Missourian Publishing Association Board of Directors meeting. General Manager Dan Potter said the new five-day publication model appears to be sustainable.
Diwali, the five-day Hindu festival of lights, continues until Thursday.
In June, the U.S. House of Represenatives passed legislation that would reduce the emission of greenhouse gases by 83 percent by 2050.
Instead of the government tracking criminals, religious institutions should hold people accountable for their actions.
Plants communicate their needs in specific ways; knowing what your plant is saying will help you care for it.
Elizabeth K. Olten, 9, had left a friend's home in the 600 block of Route D in St. Martins to walk to her home less than a quarter of a mile away. Olten is white, 5 feet 2 inches, 102 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink scarf, pink shirt and sweater, blue jeans and white sneakers.
Ladue Horton Watkins defeated Rock Bridge 5-0 Thursday in the Class 2 state girls tennis championship.
Light rain is expected on Friday evening during some Homecoming events in Greektown. On Saturday night the temperature will be in the upper 40s ot lower 50s, with dry conditions for the MU football game.
The Missourian and its staff won 28 awards in the Missouri Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest.
The city agreed to pay $80,000 to a ministry that was threatened with arrest for leafleting during a gay pride festival.
Murder defendant William Clinch testified a total of 14 hours in his defense.
The Columbia School Board discussed achievement gaps, the upcoming vote on the second phase of the high school bond and the status of the Van Horn, Bethel Street and Field Elementary School properties Thursday morning.