Francis Quadrangle was overrun with MU seniors as the Senior Sendoff celebration began at 4 p.m. Wednesday. After walking north between the columns, seniors headed to the Mel Carnahan Quadrangle for free food and drinks, as well as a performance by The Hatrick.
The Holocaust Museum is an assault on one's senses, forcing visitors to confront images they might not want to while also informing and explaining how it occured.
With 17 percent less people watching the show this week compared to the same week last year, added with the departure of iconic judge Simon Cowell, the question of the show's survivability is at question.
Rock Bridge sophomore soccer player Anna Alioto sent home the deciding goal in the second round of overtime penalty kicks Wednesday at Hickman.
Misinformation from the Missouri Ethics Commission led to her disqualification from the Democratic nomination for Boone County Presiding Commissioner, said Bondi Wood.
Missouri gymnast Sarah Shire says her senior season at Missouri could not have gone better.
The Senate made possession of 35 grams and more of K2 a felony. The revised bill now needs House approval.
Columbia Public Schools will operate its summer school program on its own this summer, which will lead to changes in curriculum and a lack of monetary attendance incentives. The district has committed to conduct the program even if proposed state funding for core classes is not approved.
The bill would impose a 24-hour waiting period on getting an abortion and would require physicians to present materials to women seeking an abortion in person at least 24 hours before the procedure. The bill now goes to the House floor for debate.
The Missouri softball team continues to hammer opposing pitchers, sweeping a doubleheader Wednesday at Western Illinois 5-1 in Game 1 and 7-1 in Game 2.
Police took Drake Kinney, James Miller and two juveniles into custody Wednesday for two burglaries in the Georgetown subdivision outside Columbia city limits.
Fear of spreading white nose disease has caused most Missouri caves to be closes until July 15, however, four major tour caves will remain open.
MKT Trail bridges 12 and 13 are currently under repair, but the construction team plans to build temporary bridges to allow cyclists to cross this weekend for the 20th anniversary of the Katy Trail.
MU journalism graduate student Cassie Belek will be a contestant on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" on Friday.
Julia Potter is also making plans to play professionally.
The precautionary boil order issued Tuesday could be in effect until Friday, May 7.
Eighth Street will be temporarily closed north of the Broadway intersection from 7:30 a.m. Wednesday until late afternoon.
Tracy Lane is taking over as executive director at the Ragtag Cinema on May 17.
Alan Allert recently became Central Missouri Humane Society's executive director after serving as interim director for six months.
The initiative, promoted by the Missouri Association of Realtors, would bar a tax on real estate transfers.