The Tigers enter the season with a No. 8 ranking.
In addition to the cuts that will hit technology programs the hardest, lawkmakers discussed budget cuts affecting higher education.
Police have no suspect in the reported rape of an MU student that took place outside the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house early Saturday morning.
A bill passed in the Missouri House of Representatives on Tuesday would allow city leaders to raise the cap on allowable sales taxes that they impose, but only if citizens vote accordingly.
Proposed legislation would make it illegal in Missouri to smoke inside bars and restaurants, or in outdoor public places such as near playgrounds and bus stops.
While $90,000 in private donations allowed the State Historical Society of Missouri to return to a six-day week schedule, the money raised is less than one-third of the amount needed to restore the society to its previous status.
Eight-time gold medal winner, Michael Phelps, will compete in Missouri Grand Prix Feb. 12-15.
Three people were assaulted at Woodstock Estates Trailer Court Tuesday night, according to a news release.
Pete Ramsel, the executive director of the Missouri Housing Development Commission handed in his resignation letter Wednesday. He has worked with the agency for 15 years.
All letters will run online and every effort will be made to publish them in the print Missourian by April 4.
St. Louis is one of this year's Dozen Distinctive Destinations chosen by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Missouri's meth lab incidents increased 19 percent over the previous year, with Jefferson County having the most incidents.
The annual State of the Judiciary speech will take place Wednesday morning. Missouri Chief Justice William Ray Price will address lawmakers about pending issues facing the courts.
The Senate Health Committee approved a bill to allow those adopted after Aug. 28 access their birth certificates at age 18.
The seven properties named by the Historic Preservation Commission are: Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house, a house on Bingham Road, the stables at Stephens College, the brick streets throughout Columbia, MU's Schlundt Hall, the Berry Building on Walnut and Orr streets and Jewell Cemetery on South Providence Road.
A fire safety equipment company lost its appeal, which dealt with a 2007 jury verdict to award a firefighter's widow $27 million. The award grew with interest to $40.4 million.
Iraqi police officers visited St. Louis police on Tuesday in an effort to improve their training centers, colleges and academies.
The Midwestern Innocence Project helps the wrongfully convicted gain their freedom. Three men will try to raise money for the organization tonight.