A former Rams running back was pulling for New Orleans in the Super Bowl.
The Missouri women's basketball team dropped to 1-8 in Big 12 play after a 65-39 loss to No. 22 Iowa State on Sunday at Mizzou Arena.
Alison Lacey, a senior point guard from Canberra, Australia who is the NCAA's leader in assist-to-turnover ratio and Iowa State's leading scorer, sparked a 65-39 victory over Missouri on Sunday at Mizzou Arena.
Letter to the editor about David Rosman's article about a new bill that hurts the First Amendment to the Constitution.
With less money from the state and a proposed continuing freeze of in-state tuition, the university is looking for ways to find more revenue.
Local artist and Eagle Scout Paul Jackson spoke to a group of about 150 Scouts on Sunday.
The Tigers play No. 22 Iowa State at 3 p.m. Sunday at Mizzou Arena, while the Super Bowl begins at 5:25 p.m.
Beet juice, which is more expensive but more environmentally friendly than calcium chloride and salt, is emerging as a sound alternative for fighting snow and ice on streets.
Randy Judkins instructs juggling, miming and other types of physical humor as Stephens College's world dance visiting artist.
CJ's in Tiger Country and Buffalo Wild Wings are two local restaurants featuring chicken wings expecting big business on Super Bowl Sunday.
Quintin Imler fights gender stereotypes in child care as the only male employee of Child's World Play School.
AmerenUE's proposed electric rate change could decrease industrial customer rates and increase residential rates.
Here are the films that have been announced for the documentary festival, which takes place Feb. 25-28 in downtown Columbia. Learn more about them so you can plan your viewing.
Therapists and health professionals say art therapy can make a meaningful difference in recovery.
MU Children's Hospital will be given a check for $50,000 as a result of radio station Y107 winning a contest sponsored by Children's Miracle Network
The Mid Missouri Lacrosse League builds a base for youth lacrosse to grow in Columbia by starting a youth children's youth league.
The NAACP also endorsed several legislative efforts to alter death penalty law in Missouri.
Henry Medina, 18, was seen on the store's survellence cameras starting a fire while holding a child on Wednesday evening.