Whether you want to stay in Columbia to see the Tigers take on Colorado in the 20th anniversary of the infamous Fifth Down Game or spend the weekend away, mid-Missouri has plenty to offer this weekend.
Good news for Rose Nolen in Sedalia; also, an update on the discussion on life stories and obituaries, and the Case of the Secret Barbecue Teams.
Family style dining in Beijing can be hard on a vegetarian. Courtesy dictates trying all of the dishes and even vegetable dishes often contain meat.
The Big 12 was on the brink of extinction. What's in store for the 10-team conference now?
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education says suspending the writing and complex problem assessments on state exams could save close to $1.3 million per year.
A hearing on a permanent injunction was held Friday morning against the two Harpo's and Quinton's. There are no immediate plans for a civil case against either bar.
Twenty years ago, the Missouri football team lost to Colorado in a game that lives on in football history as one of the most controversial ever — the fifth down game.
The workers were protesting because a non-union company was subcontracted for work on the school. Columbia Public Schools say it's the contractor's responsibility to decide which workers to hire.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan make up America's longest continuous combat engagement.
The agency says it is on pace to hit its savings target by June 2013.
Junior Vesna Trivunovic is a strong voice for the Cougars.
The Rock Bridge softball team defeated Helias 3-2 on Friday in Jefferson City.
The tournament continues Saturday with matches against UCF and Purdue.
The Tigers' next game is on Sunday against Nebraska.
Three cars were involved in a crash Friday afternoon in the rightmost northbound lane of Stadium Blvd.
Police have not yet identified the passengers of the vehicle, which was hauling a trailer. The car rolled over and landed in a ditch after losing control.
Students walked around Stankowski Field to raise awareness for alcohol responsibility.
Even though the job might not be well known through the community, the presiding commissioner's position has a rich history defined by constant meetings and bureaucracy. Ken Pearson will retire from the position at the end of the year.