During Big 12 Conference play, the Missouri men's basketball team has rarely rebounded at a high level and ranks second-to-last among conference teams in rebounding margin.
University of Missouri senior Lindsay Eanet advanced to the semi-finals of the Jeopardy! College Championship after winning $22,100.
Missouri Higher Education Commissioner Robert Stein says that higher education is facing reduced funding for the future due to the state's fiscal situation.
Most daydreamers appear empty. Fill you mind with thoughts of God and your dreams will come true.
The No. 14 Missouri gymnastics team will face New Hampshire starting at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday. The No. 17 Tigers wrestling team will start its meet with No. 9 Oklahoma a half hour later. Both teams will be competing simultaneously on the Hearnes Center floor.
Union Pacific agreed to transfer the bridge to Boonville. For many residents, the bridge has been a symbol of history and hope.
Carthage police have issued an Amber Alert for a Carthage boy who was abducted from his home during a break-in late Thursday.
Although fire departments responded to numerous calls that required extrication, no one was seriously injured.
With the municipal election about eight weeks away, the Missourian welcomes your endorsements and gives a step-by-step guide to submitting them.
Rep. Tim Flook, R-Liberty, created a bill that would allow students in public schools the option to take ballroom dance as a class instead of physical education.
The best images of the week as selected by the Missourian Photo Department. This crop includes images from Missouri basketball games against Oklahoma State and Texas A&M; a women's basketball game against rival Kansas; a mayoral debate in Columbia and other images from around the nation and the world.
Columbia Public Schools is expected to reduce its budget $5 million by next school year. Likely cuts include a fourth- and fifth-grade science specialists program.
Coach John Burns takes pride in is his ability to evaluate a team’s realistic talent. He is direct with his expectations of players and honest about where his team is and could be.
Last season, the Tigers' softball team won 50 games and made it to the NCAA Women's College World Series. This season, the expectations are higher. The Tigers, who are ranked No. 9 in a preseason poll, say they want to win it all.
Gentry Middle School students held a competition raising money for Haitian earthquake victims from Jan. 19-29. The students raised $3,549.07 in about two weeks.
H.J. Heinz Co. will reveal a new design for their traditional ketchup packets at fast-food restaurants in the fall. The new design will makes it easier for dipping and will hold three times as much ketchup as the original packet.
The True/False Film Festival released its 2010 lineup on Friday. This will be the seventh edition of the festival, slated to open Feb. 25 and run for three days.
The Daniel Boone Regional Library will implement its new catalog Monday, being one of the first in the nation to use the new system BiblioCommons.
Prosecutors were given more time to build their case against Johnny Wright, the 65-year-old man accused of killing Becky Doisy in 1976.
Traffic violators caught on camera could be issued citations as soon as Saturday.