Tiller leads Missouri basketball over Old Dominion

MU senior guard J.T. Tiller drives past UT Martin's Delrico Lane in the second half of the Tigers' game against the Skyhawks on Nov. 17 at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers won the game 83-68.

Missouri will play Richmond Saturday in the championship game of the South Padre Island Invitational in Texas.

10 things you didn't know about Kansas

It's KU. We live in Columbia. Not seeming like a blatant homer is not the easiest of tasks. Especially when you consider the material those people have left us with.

We don't need another payday loan business in Columbia

The Columbia City Council's six-month moratorium on the opening of new payday lending outlets is a good start, but must be followed up by regulations that rein in the excesses of these businesses.

Senior Missouri football players pass down meaning of Kansas rivalry

Before senior safety Del Howard arrived at Missouri, he didn't know much about the school's rivalry with Kansas.

Missouri's bowl possibilities still confusing

A variety of bowls with a Big 12 affiliation could extend invitations to the Missouri football team this season.

Missouri women's basketball sneaks in a road win

The Missouri women's basketball team beat Florida A&M 69-65 on Friday in the Tigers' first game of the Seminole Classic at Florida State. The win improves the Tigers to 3-1.

Beaux Arts Bizarre unveils installation art at Missouri Theatre

The Beaux Arts Bizarre opened Friday morning, showcasing the work of mid-Missouri craftspeople and highlighting the new installation piece by Valerie Wedel titled "Meandering Surrender."

Columbia man accused of running over ex-girlfriend

A spokeswoman for the Columbia Police Department said the suspect's name won't be released until a warrant has been issued for his arrest.

Black Friday shoppers cold but satisfied

Temperatures hovered right around freezing for shoppers who stayed up all night to be first in line for discounts.

Today's question: Should Nixon work to insure more Missouri children?

Although Gov. Nixon announced in his State of the State speech that he wanted to cover more children with health insurance, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has reported that Nixon has resisted a proposal that would immediately cover many Missouri children.

Missouri women's basketball team sticks together for Thanksgiving

While most people were sitting down for their Thanksgiving dinner, the Missouri women's basketball team was arriving in Florida to play in the Seminole Classic. Being away from family for the holidays has helped the team create a special bond.

Coaches give Columbia group a reason to run

Cindy Fotti and Dana Hughes, the coaches for the Columbia chapter of Team in Training, are helping people get in shape to run marathons to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Although they face limited resources with a small group, they have brought runners to races across the country.

Clarifying the positions of patients, advocates in the breast cancer screening debate

It wouldn't have been clear to readers what the patient's position in the debate actually was but it was clear about the oncologist's role.

Robotic hamsters are holidays' unlikely new craze

Parents are struggling to find Zhu Zhu Pets robotic hamsters, which retail for about $10. This season's must-have toy is made by a tiny St. Louis company.

Football at Missouri good fit for top recruit

Nick Demien, a standout senior offensive lineman at Timberland High School in Wentzville, committed to play football at Missouri on Aug. 15. "In my mind, I was stupid not to go there," he said.

Mangino could be coaching final game for Kansas

For two tense weeks, Kansas has been conducting an internal investigation into Mark Mangino's treatment of players where many former players have come forward with stories of insensitive comments they claim Mangino made to them and other players, past and present, have leapt to his defense.

Brave campers line up overnight for Black Friday shopping

Lines already started for Black Friday sales at Best Buy and Bass Pro Shops.

St. Louis mayor wants Lambert Airport smoke-free

But the outgoing airport director says a smoking ban would prompt more smokers to go outside, which would increase security concerns.

Health officials warn of carbon monoxide dangers

Last year, 49 people in the U.S. died from exposure to carbon monoxide and another 287 were treated in hospital emergency rooms.

Holiday Web shopping looks brighter than last year

Internet analysts expect online retail revenue to rise as shoppers hope to avoid long lines while finding big deals.