The MU tailback was issued an order of protection in June after allegations of sexual assault. He was suspended from the team indefinitely by head coach Gary Pinkel on Thursday for disciplinary reasons.
Robin Carnahan should remember Harry Truman's advice as she campaigns for U.S. Senate.
It will be the 14th meeting between the Bruins and the Kewpies, but it’s the first time they have faced off in the first week of the high school football season.
After running the plates of a suspicious car early Thursday morning, Columbia Police verified the vehicle had been reported stolen.
Former residents are still welcome to share photos and stories about their experience at Stafford Hall with the Columbia Missourian.
The bus driver reported hearing "what sounded like a rock or rocks striking the bus" around 9:45 a.m, according to a news release from the MU Police Department.
The U.S. Postal Service is honoring a classic cartoon character with mid-Missouri roots at a ceremony Friday at MU.
Although the bus route changes are good, there is still much room to improve Columbia Transit.
A commemorative stamp of Beetle Bailey has been released this summer. At 11 Friday morning, a large framed picture of the stamp will be unveiled at the sculpture of Bailey next to the Reynolds Alumni Center. Private Bailey himself is expected to make an appearance, along with Chancellor Emeritus Richard Wallace and Bill Janocha, Mort Walker’s assistant. Beetle Bailey was created by MU alum Mort Walker.
Mort Walker, a 1948 MU graduate and creator of Beetle Bailey comics, will be honored in a ceremony at 11 a.m. Friday to present a U.S. Postal stamp featuring his comic.
A hearing has been scheduled for Thursday in Cole County.
Speakers unveil stamp honoring cartoon character Beetle Bailey at Friday ceremony.
The Missouri volleyball team has been thinking of ways to let fans know it opens the season this weekend at the Tiger Invitational.
The Board of Education voted unanimously to approve a 14-cent increase in the tax levy for Columbia Public Schools on Thursday morning.
Officials are still figuring out the final count but say they expect this year's attendance to be about equal to last year's.
The Columbia Board of Education gave unanimous approval Thursday morning to a 14.8 cent increase in the tax levy for property owners in the Columbia School District.
The Friday ceremony will be held at the Reynolds Alumni Center, where a Beetle Bailey statue welcomes visitors.
They vary in age and interests, but these six motorcycle enthusiasts share a common love of rallies. They are all here for the 2010 Missouri State H.O.G. Rally.
Missouri softball player Jenna Marston led Team USA in batting average at the International Baseball Federation’s Women’s World Cup in Venezuela.
The Shack's reincarnation will feature touches of the original, such as the classic Shackburger, while getting new amenities such as TVs and pool tables.