A broken nose, a suggestion from a former Tigers star and a second half that saw Missouri struggling to pull away from Iowa State all led to guard J.T. Tiller's best game of the season.
All three of the seniors on the Missouri men's basketball team have suffered physical ailments in the past week.
2008's Beijing Olympic Games brought in the largest global TV audience ever. With the Winter Olympics starting Friday, it's Vancouver's turn to capture the world's eye.
A new study shows just how far women have come as economic forces in marriage. To truly understand the leaps and bounds that have been made, we must look to the past, especially to the world of Jane Austen.
Missouri guard Zaire Taylor, whose nickname is Easy, uses a relaxed approach to help calm down a team that relies on hectic traps and constant fast breaks.
The budget cut to the organization Parents as Teachers hurts a group that works with parents of children from pregnancy to 5 years of age. Restoring funding to this invaluable group is something Gov. Nixon must address at once.
The addition of a regional jet for one flight in and out of Columbia Regional Airport each day reflects increasing use of the airport and fits Delta's plans to phase out the smaller planes. The flights will use the 50-seat Canadair Regional Jet 100 instead of 34-seat Saabs.
The Missouri women's basketball team recruits an all-male practice squad to run the offensive plays of Missouri's opponents.
All proceeds from the "Hear for Haiti" event will benefit the American Red Cross.
When someone gives the university $1 million, one would think that would be enough to fund an endowed chair. Turns out, it's not even close. And in tough economic times, it's harder.
Humane Society board of directors President Jim Loveless says he expects construction to begin in two to three weeks.
The Missouri women's basketball team tied for the program's lowest point total Wednesday in a 37-33 loss at Kansas State.
Missouri's Nick Adcock, who competes for the Tigers' track and field team in the heptathlon during the indoor season and in the decathlon during the outdoor season, says when his collegiate career ends, he will start to focus on the 2012 Olympics.
Come get directly involved in your neighborhood safety by attending the Winter Quarter War 3 Neighborhood Safety Summit and Town Hall meeting Thursday.
MU faculty attended a forum Tuesday to discuss changing class requirements for the General Education Program.
Some in the Missouri agriculture community said the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act, a ballot initiative sponsored by the Humane Society of the United States, could open the door to unwelcome legislation in the agriculture sector.
After a year in office, the president has yet to fullfill his campaign promises.
A New York Police Department Aviation Unit Detective took hundreds of pictures of the terrorist attacks from a helicopter on Sept. 11.
A student group that suggested recruitment of a live tiger for MU football games has muted its enthusiasm.
Monday, February 15 is Presidents Day. The Missourian has compiled a list of offices, such as the Post office, that will be closed on Friday and Monday in observance.