Missouri's homecourt winning streak ends

Texas A&M men's basketball team beat MU, 77-74, on Wednesday night, ending MU's 32-game at-home winning streak.

With the clock winding down to its final seconds and the Missouri men's basketball team down by three points, something went wrong. For the first time in 32 games the Tigers lost at Mizzou Arena on Wednesday night. Texas A&M beat Mizzou 77-74.

Missouri football team signs impressive group of recruits ranked Missouri's recruiting class 21st in the nation, the highest the team has been ranked by the site since earning the No. 24 spot in 2008.

Former Missouri women's basketball signee helps Texas A&M defeat Tigers

Danielle Adams originally signed with Missouri. After being forced to attend junior college because of poor academics, Adams picked Texas A&M over Missouri. Adams led the Aggies with 19 points Wednesday.

COLUMN: Voter vouchers will improve citizenship, campaigns

Adopting public funding campaigns such as those in Arizona and Maine would give the voters of Missouri a greater incentive to vote and much more power and voice in their government.

TODAY'S QUESTION: Should Missouri adopt a statewide smoking ban?

Currently no statewide smoking ordinance exists, but legislation proposed Monday could change that, making all bars and restaurants in Missouri smoke-free.

Team manager helps Missouri basketball player hone shooting skills

Team manager Josh Dinkins pesters Missouri sophomore guard Marcus Denmon when Denmon is practicing his shot.

LETTER: We must act now to get energy costs under control

With cap-and-trade legislation in the Senate, rising energy costs loom. It's up to Missourians to search out modernized and upgraded technologies to help counter these escalating costs.

Missouri women's basketball player tries to make improving her game fun

Jasmyn Otote, a guard on the Missouri women's basketball team, has made noticeable improvement on her shot. But for Otote, perfecting her game is more fun than hard work.

Apartment building coming to Tenth and Locust

Trittenbach Development is set to construct a four-story apartment building downtown near MU's campus.

UPDATE: ATM taken from convenience store

Early Wednesday morning the Boone County Sheriff's Department received a call about a van that was backed up to the front door of a convenience store north of Columbia. When deputies arrived they found the ATM was missing.

UPDATE: Three people assaulted in home invasion

Three men reported being assaulted and bound in their home late Tuesday night. As of Wednesday afternoon, police had no suspects.

ATM taken from convenience store

Deputies found the damaged ATM several miles away from the convenience store, according to a news release from the Boone County Sheriff's Department.

Columbia Toyota dealership, customers deal with recall

Joe Machens Toyota and Toyota owners seem optimistic about repairing defective accelerator pedals that caused a recall.

Unattended candle sparks fire in mobile home

A man escaped injury in the fire at Rustic Meadows Trailer Court early Wednesday morning.

Civil trial over hog odors opens in Kansas City

Rural Missouri residents seek more money for insufferable odors from a Gentry County hog confinement.

Children pour hearts into Valentine's Day cards for veterans

At Stephens College Children's School, the project of the day was crafting Valentine's Day cards for veterans. They produced nearly 100.

Snow, rain expected north of Interstate 70 this weekend

Parts of Missouri and Illinois could see two to four inches of snow from Thursday to Saturday.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Don't ban animal antibiotics, keep food safe

Antibiotics are used responsibly to prevent and treat disease in animals. They are used safely and judiciously and should not be banned by the Preservation of Antibiotics for Medical Treatment Act.

Local radio station sets up voting booths for national contest

Local radio station, Y107, is competing for North America's "Most Caring Radio Station."

Bill would toughen Missouri's drunken driving laws

A bill before the Missouri House Crime Prevention Committee proposes harsher penalties for drunken drivers and a statewide DWI tracking system to monitor repeat offenders.