Martin Link, convicted in the kidnapping, rape and murder of 11-year-old Elissa Self-Braun, died by injection at 12:15 a.m. Wednesday.
The Tigers lost their fifth straight Big 12 Conference road game this season 103-86 to Kansas on Monday.
You don't have to be a Kansas men's basketball fan to enjoy the pregame sensory overload at Allen Fieldhouse. You don't even have to like basketball to appreciate the execution of such a flawless production.
A new deal lowers the administrative costs of Missouri's MOST 529 plan by 44 percent, saving investors $18.5 million over five years.
The North Fork Grindstone Creek Bridge on Broadway will close Feb. 21 and could cause commuting problems for Columbia drivers.
Chris Koster is recommending major changes to Missouri law to better protect victims.
Columbia resident Carl Connor, who celebrated his 100th birthday on Jan. 20, founded high schools for African-American students in southern Missouri shortly after the Great Depression.
Missouri legislators are discussing another attempt at putting restrictions on protesting at funerals. Two Missouri laws passed in 2006 regarding the issue were declared unconstitutional last August.
MU doctoral students Mervet Mahmoud and Farid El-Sayed express their support for the protesters and their pride in Egypt.
Superintendent Chris Belcher proposed the cuts to the School Board's finance committee Monday.
As in years past, three downtown streets will be closed for the Columbia Earth Day Festival on April 17.
Shane Calahan, 25, and Brandt William G. Feutz, 23, have been arrested in connection with the Feb. 1 crime.
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The Hickman girls basketball team improved to 15-6 with a 47-46 victory Tuesday at Jefferson City.
City officials say they expect the perennial problem to be worse this year. Temporary patches are being applied, but the real fixes must wait till spring.
After winning the all-around title on Friday against Nebraska, Mary Burke was named the Big 12 Gymnast of the Week.
The Domestic Violence Task Force re-evaluated the state's domestic violence laws for the first time in 30 years.
A recent ban of cocoa bean exports in the Ivory Coast has chocolate makers thinking about a rise in prices.
The measure would allow states to repeal a federal law if 34 states vote against it. The Missouri House Rules Committee has approved the resolution.
Two Missouri divers took silver medals and three qualified for the Olympic Trials at the USA Senior Nationals last week.