Phil Bradley, a two-sport athlete at Missouri from 1977 to 1981 who went on to play in Major League Baseball, is a volunteer assistant for the school where he is a legend. To the softball team, Bradley's expertise is invaluable, and the players say he helps keep them grounded.
May 3 is World Press Freedom Day, which presents an opportunity to face the “powers that be” and declare a collective, unwavering commitment to protecting freedom of the press.
A Missourian photographer recounts his opportunity to photograph President Obama on Wednesday.
Due to doctors' orders, Hindman will miss the "Young at Heart" ride, which kicks off Bike, Walk & Wheel Week.
Helena Glay hasn't seen her son, Marvin, since he was a year old, and she left him in an aunt's care in Liberia. Members of Rock Bridge Christian Church are raising money to bring Marvin to Columbia and reunite mother and son.
The Cougars were led by pitcher Valerie Teter, who pitched two complete-game wins on Friday.
Current students in master's of law and veterinary medicine degrees think their education is worth the price.
The Tigers (23-17, 7-8 Big 12) beat Texas Tech 12-8 in 11 innings on Friday night in Lubbock. It was Missouri's third-straight Big 12 victory.
Rock Bridge won the 15-team Lee's Summit boys track meet Friday afternoon. Hickman was fifth.
The sit-in has been canceled after the associate dean who e-mailed students about security concerns clarified his comments.
A residence hall at the University of Kansas was put on lockdown today after a possible gunman was reported to police. The lockdown has been called off.
Police arrested Adrian Jackson, 29, on Tuesday after being contacted by a 20-year-old female whom he has a child with and lived with, Detective Jeff Westbrook said.
Earth Day celebrations Sunday should go on without problems, according to Peace Nook employee Samuel Morse.
Police arrested Randy Jones, 35, of Columbia, at the scene of an accident near Highway 63 and Clark Lane around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
University of Kansas officials say there have been no shots fired or injuries amid a report of a possible armed person at a residence hall.
Barbecue judges from around the state spent a weekend getting certified through classes offered by the Kansas City BBQ Society. Putting their taste buds to work, several dozen judges gathered in Jefferson City April 16 and 17 to help judge the Capital City Cook Off. This was the 4th year for the Capital City Cookoff, bringing in over 35 teams from around the country.
Stuart Loory and guests discuss the recent immigration bill in Arizona as well as immigration issues in Europe.
Missouri Department of Conservation officials say there are now an estimated 300 to 500 bears in Missouri.
The Department of Energy grant is for lithium battery research at the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
The Bike, Walk and Wheel Week kicks off Saturday in Columbia.