A 68-yard touchdown reception by T.J. Moe with 51 seconds left in the game put Missouri back on top, 27-24.
Columbia wants to find a way to protect pedestrians, and reduce the estimated 2,000 crossings by jaywalkers, on a stretch of College Avenue.
Two groups say the Columbia Star dinner train should be accessible to those with disabilities, but the company that owns the train says that would be too expensive and that the train is exempt from the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The vice chairman of the Historic Preservation Commission would like to see brick streets downtown, starting with Eighth Street.
This year's Heritage Festival at Nifong Park drew thousands of people looking to eat, shop and step back in time.
A Tennessee attorney who has been hired to defend a new law strictly regulating adult businesses has promoted and defended similar legislation across the country.
A woman told authorities she was raped by a man she knew, according to a police report.
Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton proposed placing surveillance cameras at four downtown locations.
The fifth annual Symposium on Democracy this year features a lecture delivered by former U.S. Secretary of State James A. Baker III, more than two dozen speakers and break-out sessions that will focus on topics related to global conflicts. The event is free and open to the public.
The ballot initiative, Proposition A, would decide whether to restrict cities from enacting an earnings tax on residents.
The Missouri volleyball team lost to No.11 Iowa State 16-25, 25-15, 25-18, 25-19 on Saturday at Hearnes Center.
The Central Missouri Humane Society held an open house on Saturday to show the public its new renovations. The open house brought animal rescuers old and new to the shelter to explore the facilities and adopt pets.
For Marching Mizzou, football Saturdays mean a 9- or 10-hours of work that start with a mini-show in the Hearnes Center parking lot for tailgaters.
The More Than a Greek Festival at St. Luke's Greek Orthodox Church featured traditional food and dancing Saturday. The festival continues noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday.
The first day of the weekend festival engaged visitors and their children with demonstrations and music.
Senior Julianna Klein isn't just an outside hitter anymore. She's an important contributor to the Missouri volleyball team's defense, as well.
The Rock Bridge girls volleyball team went 4-1 on Saturday at the Lee's Summit North volleyball tournament.
The Columbia College men's soccer team lost 2-0 to the University of Missouri-Kansas City on Saturday in Kansas City.
The Columbia College volleyball team closed out the Texas-Brownsville tournament over the weekend, finishing 2-1.
The Hickman boys and girls cross country teams both placed sixth Saturday at the Hazelwood Central Invitational.