Kansas State is one of only two Big 12 teams, the other being Nebraska, that has gained more yards rushing than throwing this season.
What's at stake in the debate about online privacy? What regulatory agencies are involved, what options are they considering, and is there a gulf between the U.S. and the European Union in notions of privacy?
The Big 12 Conference has eight bowl affiliations and those bowls have a hierarchy for picking teams. Take a look at potential outcomes for Missouri.
Missouri prosecutors announced some cases of suspected drunken driving will not need a warrant to take a blood sample after a presentation was made Friday by the Missouri Office of Prosecution Services.
Students, parents and faculty put some "sole" into their fundraising efforts, collecting more than 3,000 pairs for a project that helps bring fresh water to developing countries.
The university intends to use the grant to enhance its geriatric medicine program with new programs for medical students and resident physicians.
The appeals court's ruling means dogs and vehicles will currently not be able to be used for the deer hunting season.
The lieutenant governor wants a judge to order federal officials to respond to his lawsuit challenging the health care overhaul.
The university must decide by Dec. 31 what degrees should be eliminated — a timeline Provost Brian Foster called "impossible."
The Tigers' next match is on Saturday when they will compete in the Central Missouri University Open in Warrensburg.
The Tigers play their first regular season game against Western Illinois on Thursday night in the first round of the 2010 Cancun Challenge.
Missouri's next game is at 4 p.m. on Sunday against Eastern Illinois in Charleston, Ill.
Rock Bridge plays Saturday at 3 p.m. against visiting Carthage.
The conference tournament title gives the Cougars an automatic bid to the national tournament, scheduled to start Nov. 20.
Children ages 8 to 12 years old attended the event in anticipation of the release of the seventh "Harry Potter" film.
A local construction company seeks to buy the historic building in downtown Columbia.
The Columbia Police Department has investigated the incident, and Columbia Public Schools' insurance company came to inspect the property damage.