“The easy thing to say is that Illinois doesn’t want to get beat anymore.” — Missouri sports historian Michael Atchison on the end of the Arch Rivalry series.
The football history between Illinois and Missouri might seem storied, but it is sporadic at best. Will you miss it?
A reporter from Kenya takes a look from the outside, saying the U.S. boasts being the "land of the free," but American civil rights are clouded by fear.
Alex Keith's punt block and two sacks propel Hickman's defense, which gave up only 89 yards of offense to Wentzville Holt.
Held at a livestock center by day and a secret location at night, the imagination-capturing Billy, the Mexico goat, will be auctioned next week. Meanwhile, posts on the goat's Facebook page continue to appear.
The appeal was withdrawn Friday after a Cole County judge modified an earlier ruling in favor of the measure.
Despite skepticism and a changing field, journalism graduates are finding jobs in the field.
A Missouri judge has ordered that a measure to prohibit real estate transfer taxes in the state will be included on the November ballot. The Missouri Secretary of State has appealed to the state Supreme Court.
A petition drive aims to have the town officially adopt the goat as its mascot. The goat was captured this week after roaming the town since Aug. 21.
Both U.S. Senate hopefuls share their platforms on the best way to create jobs and reduce the nation's debt.
Despite the addition of 67,000 new jobs within the past three months, the national unemployment rate rose last month.
Court officials sent surveys to 6,000 residents as part of the process to weed out potential jurors.
The Tigers played into double overtime against DePaul and remain in Chicago to face Northwestern on Sunday.
The Tigers swept Eastern Washington in Malibu, Calif., and lead the Big 12 in kills.
Matt Kelly scored the game's only goal with eight minutes left. Rock Bridge continues tournament play tomorrow at 10 a.m. against Marshall.
Connor Hollrah scored the Kewpie's only goal in a 1-1 finish. Hickman plays its next game at 9 a.m. Saturday.
City Manager Bill Watkins' budget proposal calls for the replacement of 800 parking meters throughout Columbia. The upgraded meters and will cost the city $112,000.
Ordinances authorizing the acquisition of easements and a request for bids on Rolling Hills Road will be introduced at the Tuesday meeting of the Columbia City Council.
From a factory in Scotland to a college in Illinois, John Hutchison now brings his talents and superstitions to Columbia College's soccer team.
The suspect was wanted for burglary, domestic assault and child endangerment that occurred Aug. 21.