Missouri coaches and players grieve a stunning loss to Nebraska.
Dixon's forgetful 48 seconds sum up Missouri's surprising exit in Big 12 Men's Basketball Tournament
The guard's three quick fouls were indicative of the way the Tigers were playing. Missouri struggled to score and could never seem to get into a rhythm.
The effectiveness of the City Council is more important than the strength of the city manager.
Women's basketball coach Cindy Stein announced her resignation on March 1.
Gary Kespohl, who is running for the Third Ward seat on the Columbia City Council, said he developed several programs for the city, such as the first electronic billing system for the Water and Light Department.
Proposition 1 on the April 6 ballot calls for security cameras to be added to downtown Columbia. Two former Columbia residents say the cameras are needed to keep the city safe.
The Missouri baseball team returns home with a better opening record than last season and a renovated stadium.
A six-run first inning led the Missouri baseball team to a 10-3 victory against Western Illinois on Wednesday at Taylor Stadium.
Missouri's Nicole Hudson went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run and a double Wednesday to propel the Tigers softball team to a 3-0 victory over Northern Iowa at University Field.
One Fourth Ward resident thinks Read's previous experience and personality makes her qualified for a council position.
Mary Burch Nirmaier, 89, will be honored on Wednesday for her service as a Woman Air Force Service Pilot during World War II. She is set to receive the medal at 11 a.m. in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
Two student organizations hosted a mayoral forum on the MU campus Wednesday night. Candidates answered questions about issues relevant to students including landlord-tenant relations and a ballot initiative that would place security cameras in downtown Columbia.
Former Missouri Speaker of the House Rod Jetton spoke to a grand jury in a bribery and conspiracy investigation stemming from a 2006 campaign donation. In an unrelated matter, Jetton was arraigned on a charge of felony assault Wednesday.
President Barack Obama spoke in St. Louis Tuesday, urging health care overhaul.
Greever-Rice, candidate for Columbia City Council in Ward 4, answers 11 questions on issues facing the city.
Two armed robberies occurred this week: one at Range Line Liquor Monday evening and one at Dreams Smoke Shop Tuesday afternoon. Police are investigating the possibility that the two robberies are related.
Wun "The Shot" Versher from the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team paid a visit to the University Children’s Hospital
"Get ur GOOD on" is a national youth volunteer organization that is encouraging Columbia youth to join the program.