A hip pointer sidelined starter Blaine Gabbert in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against Colorado.
The Tigers are ranked as high as 19th in the USA Today coaches' poll.
A group of young men at Lange Middle School knows better than to make excuses. They also give good handshakes, play chess and plant flowers.
Democratic Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, who is running for U.S. Senate, and former state Rep. Vicky Hartzler, the Republican nominee for Missouri's 4th Congressional District, both talk about their farming experiences as an example of how things should be done differently in Washington, D.C.
A panel of seven people gathered Sunday to discuss issues relating to food, health, agriculture and politics. The event was organized by animal welfare group The Political Animal.
For the fifth year, Columbia has participated in the international event One Sky, One World Kite Flying Day, which celebrates world peace.
After the announcement that Liu Xiaobo won the Nobel Peace Prize, China blocked search engines containing any information about him, labeling him a "dissident."
The Columbia native finished 34th, while Tony Stewart won and Jimmie Johnson padded his lead. Kyle Busch and Greg Biffle also had engine troubles.
The Tigers squander a 2-0 first half lead.
The Missouri Conservation Commission advocates the reintroduction of elk to the state. The proposed plan includes 150 of the animals being placed in a southeast Missouri "restoration zone."
While Rep. Roy Blunt has been spending his time in D.C. and supporting Wall Street's interests, Robin Carnahan has been keeping in touch with Missouri residents.
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The Springfield-Greene County Parks department says the new $4.3 million facility at the Nathanael Greene-Close Memorial Park and Arboretum will serve as an education center for students and gardeners.
Missouri has played an important role in the U.S. development of Australian Rules football in the United States, producing two strong sides, the St. Louis Blues and the Kansas City Power.