KOMU, Mediacom reach retransmission agreement

An RCA HD antenna receives the signal transmitted from KOMU over the air. The units, costing anywhere from $15 to $80, are easy to install and work on any TV with a digital tuner.

It's over. Mediacom and KOMU-TV reached an agreement that will put the local programming back on the air Friday evening.

Aldon Smith to enter NFL draft

The defensive end will bypass his final two seasons of eligibility at MU.

A look back at Forsee's three years as UM System president

This timeline takes a look at the major events in Gary Forsee's tenure as the UM system president.

DEAR READER: KOMU-Mediacom negotiations were all about words and dollars

The battle between Mediacom and KOMU comes down to money.

Gary Forsee steps down as UM president

Steve Owens, general counsel, will act as interim president while the Board of Curators searches for Forsee's replacement.

Forsee's e-mail announces his resignation as UM president

The following is an e-mail from Gary Forsee, in which he announces his resignation to focus on his wife's recovery from cancer.

Yvonne Anderson returns to Columbia as starter for Texas women's basketball

Yvonne Anderson, the daughter of MU men's basketball coach Mike Anderson and a former standout at Hickman, will return to Columbia on Saturday with the Texas Longhorns women's basketball team to open Big 12 Conference play against Missouri.

PHOTO GALLERY: Gary Forsee as UM president

A look back through multimedia at Gary Forsee's tenure as University of Missouri system president.

Missouri men's basketball team set for Big 12 opener at Colorado

The Missouri men's basketball team doesn't plan to alter its fast-paced style despite the higher altitude it will face in its Big 12 Conference opener in Boulder, Colo. The Tigers are set to play the Buffaloes at 12:47 p.m. Saturday. 

COLUMN: Worry more about how we use racial slurs today than in 'Huck Finn'

Removing the N-word in a new edition doesn’t force us to confront the way we think about the racial tensions that still exist.

UPDATE: Gov. Nixon involved in traffic accident

He was taken to a Jefferson City hospital, where he was treated and released after being rear-ended Friday morning.

FEMA joins assessment efforts for Missouri tornado victims

Officials from federal, county and local agencies have begun the process of reconstruction after the New Year's Eve tornadoes.

Social media helps soldiers communicate with families

In a world of Facebook and Twitter, reaching loved ones overseas isn't too difficult.

New Mac App Store could be competition for local retailers

The new store may revolutionize how people buy software.

MU enrollment increases for spring semester, no housing issues

Residential life staff said a 5.1 percent increase in enrollment won't put a strain on MU's housing.

House takes first step toward health care repeal

Republicans are using federal courts and governors' offices to attempt to appeal Obama's signature domestic achievement, a law aimed at covering nearly all Americans.

TODAY'S QUESTION: Should Mark Twain's books be republished without the original language?

A new edition of Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" will replace the N-word with the word "slave."

Execution date set for Missouri inmate Martin Link

Martin Link, convicted of murdering an 11-year-old girl in 1991, is scheduled to die Feb. 9.

Police: Kansas City girls say they tried to blow up school

One of the 15-year-old girls told officers they were being picked on and teachers would do anything about it.

Man shot to death by Kansas City police identified

Police identified the man as Marcus A. Robinson, who they say pulled a gun while struggling with an officer.