Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel has used freshman quarterback James Franklin to change the look of the Tigers' offense at key times.
Black Friday offers shoppers many discounts, but it often brings out the ugly side of the holiday buying spree.
With the Columbia Daily Tribune's paywall for online content to take effect Dec. 1, the Missourian should follow the example of successful, free media outlets.
Senior libero Caitlyn Vann chalked up a career-high 38 digs in Missouri's 3-2 loss to Oklahoma on Wednesday night at Hearnes Center.
City Manager Bill Watkins announced that John Blattel has been named the interim director of the city Finance Department.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has temporarily classified five chemicals used to make fake pot as illegal drugs.
Laura Nauser's husband was placed on two years probation after pleading guilty to a reduced charge of driving with excessive blood alcohol content.
The reward is for any information leading to the arrest of suspects in a fire that destroyed a vacant residence Nov. 10.
Several department stores prepare for annual surge in customers looking for early bargains on Christmas gifts.
At 188,205 for this year, the number is down from 2009, when 193,155 deer were checked in by the end of the regular firearms season.
Temperatures for Friday morning are expected to bottom out near 18 degrees.
A defense lawyer and prosecutor said they are still in the discovery phase of obtaining information about a shooting death on Anita Court in September.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has collected more than $200,000 in campaign donations in the past week from businesses, labor unions and a law firm.
The Missouri Department of Transportation plans to stop lane-reducing work on the interstate and state highways at noon Wednesday in light of holiday travel.
Thousands of people gathered in Harrisonville for the funeral of Army Cpl. Jacob R. Carver.
Police will pay special attention to weekend traffic beginning Friday.
The Missouri Gaming Commission announced Wednesday that it will decide on Dec. 1 who, if anyone, will get the state's last gambling license.
Homeland Security is thinking about ending the color-coded terror alert and moving to a more descriptive system.
Vince Young, Ndamukong Suh and Bob Stoops lead the voting for The Associated Press' all-time all-Big 12 team.