Stephens basketball wins Pink Out game

Stephens joined the efforts of the Women's Basketball Coaches Association to raise awareness of breast cancer, and the Stars ended a 19-game losing streak with a 61-59 victory over Harris-Stowe.

Advocates argue over future of Missouri's habilitation centers

A bill would shut down all six of the state's running habilitation centers by Jan. 1, 2018, transferring residents from state-run residential centers to privately arranged, community-based care.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Missouri's need for organ donors remains critical

The national lack of organ donors continues to spur changes in legislation. 

Missouri has new online permits for hunting, fishing

Starting in March, the e-Permits system will allow people to buy their permits online and print them at home.

Free throws bolster Columbia College men's basketball team

The Columbia College men's basketball team made all 12 of its free-throw attempts in the last minute to beat Williams Baptist 81-70 on Monday in Walnut Ridge, Ark.

Columbia College women's basketball team wins at Williams Baptist

The Columbia College women’s basketball team defeated Williams Baptist 83-58 on Tuesday in Walnut Ridge, Ark.

Injuries won't stop two MU women's basketball players

Junior forwards BreAnna Brock and Christine Flores are both dealing with an injury. Tuesday, the team will travel to Lincoln to face the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Government supporters fight back against protesters in Libya

Pro-government militias drove through the streets of Libya's capital, warning people not to come out of their homes. The struggle between the protesters and the pro-Gadhafi citizens in Libya is deadly.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Initiative petitions in jeopardy

State Sen. Jolie Justus aims to change initiative petition laws, which allow residents to petition for laws and amendments to be on the state ballot.

Fundraisers take the Plunge for Special Olympics

A Missourian photographer documented the festivities of the 2011 Special Olympics Polar Plunge.