According to genealogists, President Obama is a distant relative of the newly-elected Mass. Sen. Scott Brown.
Columbia's Salvation Army leader has had his vaccinations and immunizations and is getting ready to work on aid efforts in the Haitian capital.
The No. 11 Tigers have lost the past 14 meets against the No. 9 Huskers, but they look to change that Saturday night in Lincoln, Neb.
The Senate has moved forward with its resolution to reject the Missouri State Tax Commission's order to raise taxes on Missouri farmland. It has been sent to the House to approve and will be taken up early next week.
A proposed amendment would do away with income tax and increase sales tax to make up for lost revenue.
Amanda Hanneman, who was suspended after an altercation in December, has found her 3-point shot again for the Tigers.
A new grant would cut the time of a trip from St. Louis to Chicago by a third of the length.
The Justice Department could investigate the Bowl Championship Series to see if it violates antitrust laws, according to a letter acquired by the Associated Press.
Red-light cameras will be installed at two more intersections in Columbia this weekend.
The Tigers travel to Lincoln, Neb., on Friday night to face the Huskers, who still have a scandal that happened before the 2008-09 season hanging over their program.
Scott Roeder was convicted Friday in the May 2009 murder of Kansas abortion provider George Tiller. In his upcoming sentencing, he faces life in prision with the possibility of parole in 25 years.
Missouri adoptees are pressing lawmakers to ease the process of accessing medical and birth records of their genealogical parents. Currently, adoptees must go through the court system to gain access to these records, requiring consent of the birth mother.
Former "America's Got Talent" winner and MU alumnus Neal E. Boyd is coming back to a Missouri stage in February. Boyd will be a special guest at a concert with the Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra.
Student housing fees at MU are set to increase beginning in the 2010 summer session.
The repair at mile marker 148 is slated to begin at 11 a.m. and take one to two hours.