Another year of record freshmen enrollment has a variety of MU campus services making accommodations for the growing student body. Students and staff notice a variety of changes around campus as the school year begins.
Alexander said he got a congratulatory text message from Missouri coach Gary Pinkel.
Sen. Kit Bond is promoting the use of tax incentives to spur the production of biomass products that can be converted into clean energy sources.
A teenager's second request to finish her high school education while in jail was denied.
The Missouri Supreme Court has ordered the release of Dwight Laughlin, a man convicted of first-degree burglary and first-degree property damage 17 years ago.
Linda LaFontaine and Cami Ronchetto are the oldest women’s tandem competing in Missouri River 340 race, a 340-miler designed for canoes and kayaks along the Missouri River that begins Tuesday.
Building a mosque near ground zero says that we don't blame a whole religion for the actions of a few and that we practice what we preach.
Two Columbia residents hope they'll have the opportunity to get married live on the "Today" show in a planned and paid-for wedding. Melissa McMillin, 21, and Jeremy Gebhardt, 22, were announced as finalists Monday.
The Boone County Fire Protection District approved a budget that will pay back $752,453 owed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and purchase new equipment.
Ashton Glaser, who is currently the fourth-string quarterback, has performed well in scrimmages, displaying a physical style of play. He is trying to battle his way up the Tigers depth chart.
The Missouri sophomore was named to the All-Tournament Team at the International Baseball Federation's Women's World Cup.
Missouri receiver Wes Kemp's role in the offense goes beyond catching the ball. When the ball isn't in his hands, Kemp takes pride in his blocking abilities. His teammates are noticing.
A Columbia couple made the finals of the Today Show's Modern Wedding contest. Voting for the winners continues through Tuesday afternoon, and winners will be announced Wednesday.
Federal investigators are hearing testimony from BP executives through Friday in Houston.
A proposed Islamic community center near ground zero has stirred controversy. Weigh in with your thoughts.
Applications are encouraged for records that have been under-documented, such as those from post-World War II immigrants or small religious organizations.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has assigned a numbering system to the nation's main waterways, mirroring the system used on interstate highways.
Millions of federal dollars are flowing into mid-Missouri. Find out where it's going.
The 2010-2011 school year began Monday at MU. Missourian photographers not only chronicled the annual poster sale and the inevitable long lines at University Bookstore, but also students' introduction to the brand new, swank MU Student Center.
The Perry County Sheriff's Department used a Computer Voice Stress Analyzer in a recent burglary investigation.