Winter weather advisory posted for 2-5 inches of snow

Light to moderate snow is expected Saturday night, which could make travel hazardous.

Missouri football adds Arizona State, Memphis to future schedules

Arizona State will appear on the 2011 schedule. Memphis will appear on the 2015 schedule.

TODAY'S QUESTION: Did you notice a difference when the city switched to salt for snow removal?

City Council has requested that snow and ice patches on the roads be treated with salt instead of cinders.

DEAR READER: The next time a big story breaks, look to the cloud to get the news out

In the spring, will start using a different technology so that when a big story breaks, like it did Monday with the Ryan Ferguson case, the Web site will keep up with demand.

Band member starts chant to recognize Missouri men's basketball player Steve Moore

MU basketball fans chant "Steve" similar to the way MU football fans would chant "Spoon" for Sean Weatherspoon.

Columbia native competed in 1928 Winter Olympics

Proctor placed 14th in ski jumping and 44th in cross country skiing to finish 26th in the Nordic Combined, which is a combination of the two ski events.

Missouri wrestler Haynes put into spotlight

In this week’s rankings, Haynes moved up to No. 10 to become the only freshman ranked in the top 20 in his weight class.

3 dead, 3 hurt in Alabama campus shooting

Columbia citizens police review board waits on first case

The Citizen Police Review Board, set up to oversee complaints filed against the Columbia Police Department, is yet to receive a case for review. Many on the board believe this is because the public doesn't understand the role of the board.

LETTER: The facts about the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act

Though the Missouri Cattlemen's Association would have you think otherwise, the measure would have no impact on agriculture.

Missouri baseball team needs top effort from next ace

Missouri junior Nick Tepesch is set to take over as the Tigers’ Friday night pitcher. He is the only part of the Tigers' starting rotation that has been decided.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Limitations on charter schools hurts Missouri in 'Race to the Top'

Missouri's bid to win nearly $750 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Education's "Race to the Top" program suffers from a geographical cap on its charter schools.

Missouri women's basketball team touched by cancer

The Tigers play Nebraska at 1 p.m. Saturday at Mizzou Arena in the annual Pink Zone game, which raises awareness for breast cancer.

Three reported dead after shooting on Alabama campus

A school shooting at the University of Alabama in Huntsville has killed three, say university officials. One suspect is in custody.

Hickman, Rock Bridge wrestlers prepare for tough district tournament

This weekend's Class 4, District 3 wrestling tournament includes four of the top-10 ranked teams in the state

Lighting the torch: Vancouver Olympics' opening ceremonies shine

The 2010 Vancouver Olympics' opening ceremonies continued as planned with a stadium packed full of 60,000 people. This year, seven countries will make their Winter Olympics debut. The opening ceremonies were dedicated to luger Nodar Kumaritashvili who died earlier in training.

Hall of Fame Induction at Rock Bridge High

As alumni returned to be inducted into the Rock Bridge High School Athletic Hall of Fame, the Bruins clinch a win over the Westport Tigers, 87-46.

Hickman guard scores career high in win over Jefferson City

Hickman Kewpies win rivalry game against Jefferson City, defeating the Jays 69-55 Friday night.

UPDATE: Police interview suspect in Alabama shooting

While no charges have been filed, police are interviewing the woman suspect and a man identified as "a person of interest."

Two MU professors say U.S. remains weak on climate change

After serving as observers at the December climate conference for the Association of American Geographers, two MU professors discuss their experiences and ideas about U.S. involvement in climate change at MU Friday.