Missouri's last-place finish Thursday at the NCAA National Gymnastics Championships was heartbreaking and disappointing and sad and hard to take, but the Tigers got there.
The Atlanta Falcons selected former Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon with the 19th overall pick of Thursday night's NFL draft.
The Tigers were in contention for a finals berth, but shaky performances on the balance beam ended their chances.
Individuals around the globe celebrate international Earth Day in a variety of ways.
In one season, former Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon has gone from NFL Draft afterthought to a coveted first-round prospect.
Pitcher Kristin Nottelmann got a career-high 13 strikeouts in the Tigers' 7-1 win.
Is the president coming to Macon? Signs point to yes.
Proposed state cuts to the Parents as Teachers program will reduce its funding by 59 percent if implemented by a House-Senate conference committee. In Columbia, 17 of 37 employees would lose their jobs.
More than 250 singers and musicians will collaborate to perform Bach's Mass in B minor on Friday evening at Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts. It is the first time the work is being performed in its entirety in Columbia.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team was never able to adapt to the wet weather conditions on Thursday night and lost 6-0 to visiting Blue Valley Northwest.
State budget director Linda Luebbering announced an additional $45 million in cuts from Missouri's current fiscal year budget.
Kewpies closer Curtis Hicks found himself hitting cleanup as a designated hitter in Thursday's game against Fort Zumwalt West.
The aftermath of the Icelandic volcano is taking a toll on many MU students studying in Europe.
Columbia's new City Council met for the first time Monday bringing new life into how the council meetings are run.
Senate gives approval to combining state's two education departments. The new board will consist of six members, three of each party, to serve six-year terms.
The Columbia School Board stated its commitment to summer school programs on Thursday. Despite uncertainty in state funding, Superintendent Chris Belcher recommended that the district start communications with parents. "Summer school is on," he said.
With Georgia out the field for the first time in 26 years, there is no clear favorite entering the start of competition Thursday.
The Columbia Police Department released a quarterly report on Thursday. The report said that the use of force by way of Tasers is up in 2010.
The general manager of Break Time says the winner of the largest lottery jackpot in Missouri history purchased the ticket at the same Marshall store that he works in as a clerk. The Powerball jackpot was worth $258.5 million.