Aldon Smith's physical abilities have always made him stand out. His desire to excel as an athlete helped him learn how to harness those abilities and mold himself into one of the country’s most outstanding defensive linemen.
The latest instance was the most severe, according to police reports. The physical examination of the victim's injuries, including bleeding in her left eye, is consistent with her description of the dispute, the report states.
Police were investigating a cooler that had been left near the hospital. A bomb squad determined the cooler was empty and posed no threat.
The student loan default rate is below the national average partly due to grants, according to Missouri officials.
Hundreds of items from safe deposit boxes will be sold at auction on Monday morning at Stoney Creek Inn & Conference Center.
The new center will cost $10.7 million to construct. The Columbia Environmental Research Center's consolidation of nine buildings will save an estimated $200,000 in facility and energy costs.
Peggy King is a Columbia analyst who found her love of glass at age 50. She will be displaying her glass artwork at this weekend's Fall into Art festival.
Artisan Lawrence L’Hote works with the unwanted and abandoned. He'll go anywhere, including trash bins and flea markets, to find materials.
The Columbia artist has layers to her artwork and layers to her personality.
Jack Stanley's photographs will be on display at the Fall into Art festival this weekend at the Parkade Center.
Sophomore Freeman Simmons overcame a bad first half to rush for over 100 yards in the second as the Bruins improved to 3-1 with a 39-36 victory over Jefferson City.
The Tigers came back from 2-0 deficit late in the second half to beat Loyola Maryland one minute into the second overtime
The Cougars face Lubbock Christian University and the University of Texas at Brownsville on Saturday.
Sophomore Nikola Velickovic uses his voice on the soccer field as captain of the Cougars, but also uses his voice while singing in the locker room.
The Department of Health and Human Services awarded more than $60,000 to connect patients with faraway health care.
Randy Wright, president of the Mizzou Alumni Association, said the name "Maryland Avenue" was originally suggested by an MU professor in 1904 but bears no other historical significance.
STRIPES, which recently received a grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation, gives free rides to MU students. Zingo MU charges for rides home, but it generally has a shorter wait time.
Since moving into his own place two summers ago, Blaine Gabbert developed a passion for cooking.