Delegate? Ha! Not if you're a stage manager

A look at the work of the stage manager for "Brighton Beach Memoirs."

What's that odd smell backstage? Turns out it's pickles. When you're the stage manager for a new show, your job is all about the details.

Missouri men's basketball team tweaks game in blowout win

When the Missouri men's basketball team was having a near perfect game, winning 92-63 over Colorado at Mizzou Arena, Tigers coach Mike Anderson still had plenty for his team to work on.

TODAY'S QUESTION: What is it about curling that Americans find so fascinating?

Curling has captured the attention of Americans these past few weeks despite the lack of success by the U.S. teams.

What you need to know about the True/False Film Festival

Find out how to get tickets, meet filmmakers and attend parties.

COLUMN: NBC taking drama out of Olympics with delayed coverage

NBC's Olympic coverage has failed to adjust to the Internet age, showing many events on tape delay when most of the country already knows the results

Safford a shoo-in for Missouri men's basketball team

In high school, Justin Safford was a 6-foot guard, then a growth spurt turned him into a 6-8 forward. But his knowledge of guard skills like ballhandling and shooting makes him perfect fit for the Missouri men's basketball team.

Longtime MU sports public address announcer leaving

Randy Wright, the public address announcer at Missouri men’s basketball games for the past 22 years, will work his last game March 6 when the Tigers close the season against rival Kansas before taking a job at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

Hickman advances, Rock Bridge ousted in district tournament

Two separate one-point games determine the Class 5, District 9 championship game.

Hickman and Rock Bridge set for district boys basketball tournament

The Rock Bridge boys basketball team, which beat Hickman in the finals of last year's district tournament, have won the district title three years in a row.

SLIDESHOW: Columbia Art League exhibits 'Tall Stories'

The show ties in to the True/False Film Festival happening that begins Thursday.

Missouri Senate gives first approval to ethics reform

The state Senate gave preliminary approval to an ethics reform bill but rejected many amendments. A final vote probably won't come next month, though.

PHOTO GALLERY: True/False box office opens for pass holders

The True/False Film Festival box office opened Wednesday for pass holders. The box office opens Thursday at noon for regular ticket sales.

Car crashes into Hallsville post office

The Hallsville post office now has a 5-by-3 foot hole after a woman crashed her car into the building Wednesday.

Primary candidates begin filing for August elections

On the first day of registration, dozens filed for the August primary for positions including U.S. Senator, State Auditor, U.S. Representative and State Representative.

Downtown Leadership Council recommends H3 to head downtown design

The Downtown Columbia Leadership Council will recommend H3, a St. Louis architecture firm, conduct the urban design charrette for areas of downtown.

Kelly asks about relocating inmates to nursing homes to save money

Rep. Chris Kelly brought up the possibility of exploring the idea of giving inmates age 70 and older parole and placing them in a nursing facility to remove budget constraints on the state corrections department.

McDavid event raises $5,000 for mayoral race

The Columbia Professional Fire Fighters and Boone County Sheriff Dwayne Carey endorsed McDavid at the event.

Roads main issue at East Columbia planning meeting

Residents fear planned road projects and subsequent development could drive already-increasing traffic.

'Vigil of Remembrance for Peace' honors fallen soldiers

A small crowd of people stood outside the Boone County Courthouse on Tuesday evening to hold a "Vigil of Remembrance for Peace." The vigil aimed to honor the 1,000 U.S. soldiers killed in Afghanistan.

Humane Society hosts "Spay"-ghetti to raise awareness of spaying pets

The Central Missouri Humane Society held a "Spay"-ghetti fundraiser for National Spay Day on Feb. 23 to raise awareness of the need to spay and neuter pets.