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My first experience with Chatroulette was spent on a couch in my friend Dane’s apartment about three months ago. We had heard of the inexplicable phenomena and had been warned about people who use it, but still we tried it.
On Friday, seven Tigers wore the red jerseys of an injured player, keeping them off the practice field and making injuries an unwanted distraction at Devine Pavilion 13 days before the Tigers' Sept. 4 game against Illinois.
An anonymous Stephens College graduate has promised to donate $1 million to the college if the school employees collectively shed at least 250 pounds by the end of the year.
Police said a series of accidents stretching over about 300 yards of I-70 were caused by a chain reaction from vehicles following too closely in the rain.
Two MU graduate students are working with a computer science professor to construct a hackerspace, which is currently in its beginning stages. They hope it will flourish as a campus-based research and information community.
The City of Columbia processed 13,000 tons of trash in 2009. Where does it go?
Two children who went missing Friday morning were located by the Boone County Fire Department and Sheriff's Department.
Photos highlighting local and worldwide events from the week Aug. 15 to 20, including Columbia's first day of school, the protest on the mosque near ground zero and mass flooding.
Democrats are optimistic about upcoming elections, citing strong fundraising.
The yoga studio offers mix of safe, sacred spaces for practice.
In the fall, pumpkins will be available for picking.
The Missouri Housing Development Commission rejected Missouri treasurer's proposal to devote a third of low-incomg housing aid to the mentally ill.
An independent political group is spending more than $2 million for television ads in Nevada and Missouri to criticize Democratic Senate candidates.
The agreement for this year's Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival are similar to last year's.
A Missouri judge is considering a real estate ballot measure that would amend the state Constitution to prohibit a transfer tax on real estate.
Oil cleanup crews are sporting round patches that aim to alert you when the body is in danger of overheating. Hot dots are expected to hit stores in the next few weeks.
Experts say that gas prices could drop as far as 15 cents a gallon.
MU freshmen kicked off their first week on campus by taking part in a couple of the seven university traditions.