Already without leading scorers Jessra Johnson and Amanda Hanneman, the Tigers lost Marissa Scott and Shakara Jones to injuries Monday night.
Three-year college degrees are largely offered at private schools, which charge students tuition by the year, not the credit hour. University of Missouri System President Gary Forsee recently said he wants to explore offering such a "no-frills" degree.
Costs of starting up and then maintaining an electronic medical records system concern many, while others cite improved patient care and flexibility from the program being encouraged by President Barack Obama.
Cary Shelton, the coach of the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions, isn't your every day head coach. Not only is he a man coaching a women's team, he uses as many as 15 players in close games.
A group of Ukrainian immigrants in Sedalia stirs a host of memories for a journalism graduate student who recently spent two years in as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine.
With the onset of 2010, Missouri's legislature is facing its second largest turnover since term limits took effect in 1992.
Chickens might be the newest Columbia residents as the City Council reviewed a plan Monday night that would allow residents to own chickens.
A Columbia woman charged with first-degree assault for violently shaking a 1-year-old girl she was babysitting will be allowed contact with her own children.
The victim described the car as resembling a Dodge Intrepid or a Chrysler Concorde.
A customer stepped on the gas instead of the brakes while parking, said a McDonald's spokeswoman about the accident.
A storm will move across the Midwest starting Tuesday and will affect travel conditions on Christmas Eve.
Trash and recycling collection will be delayed until Saturday.
The vote had the thinnest of margins — 58 Democrats and two independents — for passage. The Senate is on track to pass the bill before Christmas.
Experts are unsure what to make of the downturn in reported crimes in an economic recession given that historically crime has risen in recessionary years.
At the end of the climate conference in Copenhagen, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said "I can't hide my disappointment" with the results, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she had "mixed feelings."
On Tuesday, a Kansas district judge will begin looking at the case of Scott Roeder, who killed abortion provider George Tiller in May. The trial will officially begin Jan. 11.
Council lowers speed limit on Stadium near school and looks to raise the limit on a portion of Broadway.
City Council creates a public transportation advisory commission that will assist the council in making public transportation more effective.
The Greene County prosecutor on Monday charged 18-year-old Caitlen Watkins of Springfield with first-degree assault and armed criminal action.
Sewage overflow, caused by grease and rags blocking part of the line, cited as source of contamination.