The Missouri women's basketball team entered Phog Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday in Lawrence, Kan., looking for its first Big 12 victory of the season. The Tigers left 0-3 in conference play after losing 72-59 to Kansas.
The 21-year-old driver from Thompson has died after being involved in a near head-on collision Friday afternoon on Route WW.
Red-light cameras have been functioning since September. What can the collision records tell us about how they have affected motorist safety?
Valerie Kaussen, an MU professor who was in Haiti during last week's earthquake, shares her experience.
Residents of the ten apartment units have been displaced because the building lost electricity. There were no injuries.
State Rep. Jim Viebrock, R-Republic, is sponsoring legislation aimed at bypassing a federal ban on meat inspectors working in horse slaughtering plants.
A Columbia man with 10 convictions for driving while intoxicated was arrested Saturday evening on another charge of DWI and driving with a revoked driver's license.
The Columbia Police Department introduced a new beat map that included north and south sectors as part of a geographic policing tactic.
Robert McDavid hopes to use his experience to work with city staff and the City Council.
Rachel L. Clemons and Michael T. Baker were stopped southeast of Columbia after a sheriff's deputy noticed a faulty tail light.
The Columbia City Council on Feb. 15 will hold its first meeting in the new council chambers, featuring wireless Internet, up-to-date electronic equipment and flexible seating arrangements.
The Massachusetts Senate race between Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Scott Brown highlights the anger some citizens have with President Barack Obama and the Democrats.
At the short news conference following a successful first public appearance, Mark McGwire attempted to move past steroids-related questions. "I've learned a lot," McGwire told fans. "Especially to kids out there, steroids are bad. I made a huge mistake in my life and it's something I want you guys to learn from. Don't ever, ever go down that road."
Kendra Frazier, a sophomore on the Missouri women's basketball team from Altamont, Kan., is heading back to her home state to play Kansas at 1 p.m. Sunday in Lawrence.