Here's a brief look at some of the Halloween happenings around Columbia this year.
In just his second year of play for the Missouri football team, Brad Madison has moved into a starting defensive end’s role during Aldon Smith’s absence.
Missouri's clash with the also undefeated Oklahoma Sooners this Saturday will be the first time ESPN GameDay comes to Columbia.
The Mizzou Alumni Association announced Tuesday that this year's Homecoming parade will begin at noon. The parade has traditionally begun at 8 a.m.
A man condemned for the abduction, rape and stabbing to death of a Kansas City teenager received a stay of execution because the Missouri Supreme Court is considering an appeal over due-process claims.
"Your CoMo—Your Vision" was an effort to get teens talking about crime and discussing solutions.
Phil Pressey and Matt Pressey, brothers who are entering their first season on the Missouri men's basketball team, have known Tigers coach Mike Anderson for as long as they can remember. Their father, Paul Pressey, was Anderson's roommate in college.
Adjacent property owners expressed concerns that the project would exacerbate flooding issues.
The panel is part of Missouri Children's Services Commission and will advise the governor and the legislature on the topic.
Senior Meghan Mueller's second-place performance led the Rock Bridge girls golf team to a fourth-place finish Tuesday at the Class 2 state championship.
Eric and Thomas Pekkala are fraternal twins who have always played on the same soccer teams together. Tuesday they played their last game on their home field in a 5-3 Hickman victory over Helias that required overtime penalty kicks.
This differs from statewide trends of Republican candidates receiving greater contributions.
The department is looking for public opinion on a donation made to Capen Park; they held the first interested parties meeting Tuesday.
The pro-Proposition B group is far ahead of its main opponent in fundraising, but that might not be the best indicator of which side will win on Nov. 2.
The ESPN show, which averages more than 2 million viewers, originates from the site of the most compelling game. This weekend, that's the Missouri-Oklahoma game in Columbia. The network will broadcast live from Francis Quadrangle on Friday and Saturday.
Both events begin Wednesday. The summit opens with a town hall meeting at 5 p.m. in Stotler Lounge in Memorial Union.
This years festivities are themed “Tradition Set in Stone," representing a fusion of traditions old and new. Missouri began the homecoming tradition in 1911.
A Columbia woman was charged with second-degree domestic violence and armed criminal action after waving the sword in a threatening manner, a sheriff's official said.
Roy Blunt denies the accusation and says Democrats are distorting a gesture of kindness.
The property will be rezoned for the construction of a one-story office building.