For the six Missouri football players who make up the Kentucky Boulevard Boys, the rap group is sometimes a serious music venture, sometimes an off-field recreation and sometimes an elaborate inside joke. But most of the time, the group is all three at one time.
Some neighbors of the lot at West Broadway and West Boulevard spoke against the rezoning at a Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
At a Columbia tomato festival, a salsa made with the world's hottest pepper added spice to the life of one columnist.
New job descriptions and changes to the work flow should help the Missourian emphasize its digital-first goal.
VolleyZou, MU volleyball's official student spirit group, created a rap video to play before every home game. The video, which was filmed in May, made its debut before the Tiger Invitational.
Almost 40 classic tractors took to Missouri's back highways Friday morning for fun, education and a little showing off. The "tractor cruise" was part of the Missouri River Valley Steam Engine Association's 47th annual Back to the Farm Reunion.
Missouri offensive coordinator Dave Yost said he asked his fellow coaches at halftime of the Tigers' game against Illinois for their four favorite running plays from the first half. Yost said those four plays became the new, simplified running gameplan for the second half.
The first home game of the season also marks the grand opening of MU's new student tailgate spot.
The festival begins Friday and will feature 21 films from around the world on topics such as poverty and health care.
Speakers for the event include Iowa Republican Congressman Steve King and former presidential adviser Dick Morris.
The Missouri Community Service Commission is sponsoring the ceremony on the Capitol's south lawn.
Despite Hutchison's offensive success, Columbia College's second-straight loss leaves the Cougars feeling frustrated.
The Cougars beat Mt. Mercy College and Judson College in the Graceland University Invitational Tournament on Friday.
The Kewpies shut out consecutive opponents for the first time since 2000.
The Tigers' 4-0 victory ended a five-game winless streak to start the year
The Tigers play again Saturday against Central Arkansas.
Coach Bryan Blitz earned his 200th career win.
Columbia Muslims join for prayer at the close of Ramadan and reflect on reaching out to non-Muslims and talking about their faith.