Although Michael Egnew and Andrew Jones share a position, their physical strengths are anything but similar. Instead of fitting into a physical prototype, the two tight ends embrace their different body types, and the two fill the wide range of needs for the Tigers.
Although Mediacom and Charter Communications are the targets of frequent complaints, a Columbia advisory board says city government is ill-equipped to address the problems and lacks the authority to require better service.
The meat market at MU's College of Agriculture is making sure its ready for football season with a special new product — summer sausages shaped like miniature footballs. The market, once it gets USDA approval, hopes to sell the sausage footballs at concessions stands at Missouri football games.
A Columbia police officer was shot at near North Providence Road early on Tuesday morning.
The Western District court agreed to accept written arguments on the request from attorneys for 16-year-old Alyssa Bustamante.
Jeff Reed, a write-in candidate for the 9th Congressional District — where no Democrat is running against Republican incumbent Blaine Luetkemeyer — would represent the liberal and progressive causes of the district. And his name is easy to spell.
The state is expected to grant nearly $500 million in tax credits this year.
Officials say that something has to be done to pay for the pensions already promised to current teachers and retirees.
While normally known as a pass-happy league, the Big 12 is now home to the nation's top three rushers.
Missouri senior outside hitter Paola Ampudia was named MVP of last weekend's Pepperdine Asics Challenge Tournament and also earned Big 12 Player of the Week honors.
In a report released by British Petroleum on Wednesday, it claimed that itself, Halliburton, Transocean and the employees working the rig were all to blame for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
A county councilman proposed a ban on bikes for some section of roads he says are too dangerous for both cyclists and drivers.
An audit of two major tax credit programs shows the Department of Economic Development failed to properly monitor them, which led to major oversights.
The City Council tabled a bill Tuesday night that would have green-lighted construction plans for a pedestrian improvements at Providence Road and Business Loop 70 because property owners of adjacent lots were not notified.
The property at the corner of Broadway and First Street will be discussed at the city's Planning and Zoning Commission meeting Thursday.
AT&T's new equipment should offer a 3G signal and better voice quality, especially for customers who commute between Columbia and Jefferson City.
About 100 students are living at Stephens College this fall.
The City Council has changed Maryland Avenue's name to Tiger Avenue, with MU picking up the cost for the spirited new sign.
The senior Rock Bridge golfer has held a golf club since she was 4 years old.
The Friends of Columbia's Parks committee will support the renewal of the park sales tax, which is on the ballot for Nov. 2. Officials estimate the one-eighth-cent tax would provide about $12 million for local parks during the next five years.