Safford hopes to return from injury this season

Saturday it was clear it has been painful for Justin Safford to abandon his jersey for regular clothes at the most important point of the Missouri men's basketball season. Especially as much as the Tigers missed Safford  in a 77-56 loss against No. 2 Kansas at Mizzou Arena.

Tigers lose to Kansas

Missouri could not keep small lead in first half.

Lee makes unexpected arrival to MU softball team

A year ago, if someone put a map of the United States in front of Georgia native Catherine Lee, she couldn't have pointed out Missouri, let alone Columbia.

Missouri softball easily wins two games Saturday

Columbia College men lose in AMC semifinals

Missouri men's basketball bench struggles against Kansas

For Missouri to beat Kansas, its bench would have had to have a near perfect game. But instead it had one of its worst games of the season Saturday at Mizzou Arena.

Rock Bridge loses in girls basketball state quarterfinals

The Rock Bridge girls basketball team lost 41-24 to Kickapoo on Saturday in the Class 5 state quarterfinals.

Missouri baseball team battles back, but loses in extra innings

The Tigers basebal team lost 4-3 in extra innings to TCU on Saturday in Houston. The loss was their third in a row.

Columbia College softball wins two

Human skeleton found by 13 year old

A human skeleton was found in a wooded area in Columbia early Saturday morning.

PHOTO GALLERY: Fans gather at Mizzou Arena to watch the MU-KU game

Adapted Gymnastics provides exercise, social opportunities for kids with disabilities

Children with a range of disabilities participated in the weekly Adaptive Gymnastics class Friday at the Hearnes Center. MU students and Missouri gymnasts volunteered to help the children.

City invites public input on revision of cultural plan

The Office of Cultural Affairs says its survey will be available through the end of April.

Food Angels assist Columbians with stretching their food budget

Fairview United Methodist is the local host of a national ministry that distributes low-cost, healthy food.

Cooking fire in Columbia apartment leaves no one injured

No one was injured Friday in a cooking fire in an apartment in south Columbia. Firefighters responded to a 911 call reporting the fire in four minutes. No other apartments were damaged.

Developers quietly add tax at some Missouri stores

The number of special taxing districts in Missouri leapt from zero to more than 160 in a little over a decade, which has led state auditors to question how much oversight they receive.