Missouri quarterback struggles in loss to Nebraska

Quarterback Blaine Gabbert runs with the football Saturday during the second half of Missouri's loss to Nebraska. Gabbert did more running than normal, rushing for 74 yards on 22 carries.

Faced with one of the best secondaries in the nation, Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert had to run the ball against Nebraska more than he has all season.


Nebraska rushes past Missouri football team

The Tigers lost for the first time this season.

Sixth suspect arrested in Hobson homicide

Anthony J. Carr turned himself in to police Friday and is being held at Boone County Jail.


Red house a college-town landmark in Lincoln

Mitch Sawyer owns the bright red house next to the railroad tracks. Sawyer doesn't live in the red house — there's not even furniture inside it. The red house is Sawyer's tailgate home.


Players stay composed, but Missouri football's first loss hurts

Missouri 31-17 loss to Nebraska hit the Tigers hard, but they knew that they'd have to move on quickly.

Hood likely to make first NFL start for Steelers on Sunday

The former Missouri defender will step in for the injured Aaron Smith.

Superheroes unite to benefit the Columbia Public Schools Foundation

The event attempted to break the Guinness World Record for the most superheroes in one place at a time but did not succeed. Earlier this month Will Ferrell and company set a record of  1,580 during a promotion for the Dreamworks movie "Megamind."

PHOTO GALLERY: Cornhuskers take down Tigers

Nebraska beat Missouri 31-17 at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb.

Missouri volleyball games offer multi-generational fun for one family

A grandmother and her grandson enjoy attending Missouri volleyball games and supporting a special player.

60,000 expected to cast ballots in Boone County

Boone County Clerk Wendy Noren made her turnout projection Friday based on the number of absentee ballots cast and the number of new voters registered.

U.S. House candidates outline positions on energy policy

The candidates for the 9th District seat in the U.S. Congress are contemplating how the nation can begin creating alternative energy sources and become more self-sufficient and self-sustaining.

House candidates talk ethics reform

The ethics reform bill Gov. Jay Nixon signed into law this year divided the Missouri General Assembly along party lines.

Clyde Wilson Memorial Park to undergo restoration, preserve rustic feel

A comprehensive restoration plan for Clyde Wilson Memorial Park was resented to East Campus residents on Tuesday. It focuses on improving existing trails, repairing old bridges and restoring memorial benches.

Groups debate potential dangers of Tasers

Police officers and experts from across America bring up the pros and cons of Taser usage.

Accreditation raises the caliber of MU’s new public health program

MU's Master of Public Health Program recently became the first public university in the state to receive accreditation. Saint Louis University’s program is also accredited.

Rock Bridge cross-country teams qualify for state championships

Both Rock Bridge and Hickman cross country teams qualified runners for state competition. 

Missouri cross-country teams struggle at Big 12 Championships

Both the men's and women's teams finished 11th overall. 

Team parents show support, spirit at Missouri baseball team's Fall World Series

The parents of the Missouri baseball players showed their support with a large turnout and a festive tailgate at Saturday's Fall World Series game. 

Missouri volleyball defeats Kansas State

The Missouri volleyball team defeated Kansas State 25-12, 25-17, 25-21 Saturday at Hearnes Center.

Rock Bridge ends volleyball season with sectional loss

The Rock Bridge girls volleyball team lost in Class 4 sectional play Saturday, falling to Nixa in two games in a match held at Rock Bridge.