For the first time this season, the mother and girlfriend of Missouri men's basketball player Ricardo Ratliffe attended one of his games.
On Saturday, Marcheita Anderson, wife of Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson, hosted her fifth annual Hoops 101 event.
Urged on by the specter of her pet's death, Caryn Fenton turned to an experimental medical procedure to find a cure — and resolution.
Junior BreAnna Brock was told just before tipoff Saturday that she would start. She made the most of it, scoring 12 points in the Missouri women's basketball team's 73-48 win over UMKC.
Stephens College honored 51 students at its commencement ceremony on Saturday.
The baby rhino is named Layla. She is the third calf born to Luyisa in 10 years.
Ralph and Connie Flores flew to Missouri from San Antonio to watch their daughter, junior forward Christine Flores, play in Missouri's 72-48 victory Saturday over Missouri-Kansas City.
Mary Kate Puscian is a member of the archery club and is learning to perfect her hunting. The archery club is dominated by male members, but Puscian said the women still have their say.
The Bruins beat Lafayette High School 54-21 on Saturday.
The Hickman girls basketball team lost 60-36 to Staley on Saturday in the third-place game of Blue Springs tournament.
The Columbia College men's basketball team had its seven-game winning streak snapped on Saturday in Chicago, losing 76-66 to Robert Morris, the top-ranked team in the NAIA.
Bradley Morgan, 42, will compete Saturday to be named Miss City of Columbia, a title he has coveted for the past five years, in one leg of the female impersonator pageant circuit.
Andie Young and Brittany Tutt competed against each other in high school. Now, as members of the Stephens basketball team, they say they appreciate each other's contributions.
Even as the cause of their health risks will be gone, Herculaneum residents fear losing jobs and tax revenue, along with the grim prospect that they could be left with homes no one will buy.
The No. 15 Missouri men's basketball team beat Presbyterian 70-55 on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
The 14-year-old boy was sitting on the edge of the bridge before the two officers pulled him back.