Moore keeps memory of former Missouri teammate alive in NFL

St. Louis Rams wide receiver Laurent Robinson is tackled by Atlanta Falcons safety William Moore on Sunday in St. Louis. Moore continues to wear No. 25 to honor his former Missouri teammate Aaron O'Neal.

William Moore made a deal with Atlanta Falcons teammate Von Hutchins to be able to wear No. 25 in honor of Aaron O'Neal.

Girl, 7, run over during Columbia holiday parade

The girl, who was a participant in the parade, was in stable condition late Sunday afternoon.

Missouri remains steady in AP, USA Today football polls

The top of the AP poll was virtually unchanged, with undefeated Oregon, Auburn, Boise State and TCU keeping the top spots.

SLIDESHOW: Columbia Jaycees Holiday Parade

Columbia residents turned out on a warm Sunday afternoon to watch the 31st annual Columbia Jaycees Holiday Parade downtown.

Three former Missouri football players meet up in NFL

The St. Louis Rams and the Atlanta Falcons met Sunday in St. Louis, allowing Danario Alexander, Sean Weatherspoon and William Moore the chance to catch up.

St. Louis tops list of most dangerous U.S. cities

St. Louis overtook Camden, N.J., in 2009. The Missouri city had nearly five times the national average of violent crimes per capita.

Shakespeare's wins 'Good Morning America' contest

The iconic Columbia pizzeria had twice as many votes as the other three finalists combined in the "Best Bites: College Edition" contest.

Missouri defense helping football team win games despite injuries

Gary Pinkel believes this year's defense is the best during his 10 years with the Tigers.

Johnson wins fifth-straight NASCAR title

Carl Edwards finishes the season with two consecutive race victories.

House fire north of Columbia causes $60,000 in damage

The three residents of the rental home at 709 Bon Gor Court were uninjured.

Capitol Christmas tree makes stop in Columbia

The Capitol Christmas tree paused in Columbia on Sunday night on its journey from Wyoming to Washington, D.C.

PHOTO GALLERY: Edwards celebrates second-straight victory

Carl Edwards ended the 2010 season by winning back-to-back races.

Road closure plan in Mark Twain National Forest draws complaints

The old logging routes were never officially open to the public. Nevertheless, the Forest Service has received more than 2,000 complaints.

Missouri wrestling hosts quad meet

The Tigers opened with two wins before losing to No. 17 Oregon State.

'Every little bit helps' from Historical Society holiday bazaar

Twenty-four vendors sold items at the Boone County Historical Society's bazaar.

Two Missouri women, one Washington University grad named Rhodes Scholars

Thirty-two American students will enter Oxford University in October through the program.

Edwards expects to challenge Johnson for NASCAR title in 2011

Winning back-to-back races to end the season has given Carl Edwards some confidence.

Nebraska chancellor frustrated with petulant Pelini

Bo Pelini's actions on the sidelines of Saturday's game against Texas A&M made the Huskers' chancellor uneasy.