Missouri knew going into Wednesday's game against Baylor that the Tigers' big men would be tested. Forwards Ricardo Ratliffe and Laurence Bowers welcomed the challenge and performed, each in his own way, to help Missouri defeat the Bears 77-59.
Most of the woman's clothing was gone when a neighbor found her lying on the ground outside her burning apartment building.
One of the world's largest oil producers, Libya's turmoil affects global gas prices, especially in Europe. U.S. gas prices are on the rise but should not exceed $4 a gallon, experts say.
Ron Lueck joined the MU event staff as an usher for a Rolling Stones concert in 1994. While concerts are fun, working sporting events is what Lueck likes the most. In his 17th year on the staff, he continues to work with his back to the action, supplementing his income by welcoming sports fans with a strong handshake.
Missouri held Baylor guard LaceDarius Dunn scoreless in the first half of Wednesday night’s Tigers' victory at Mizzou Arena.
Central States Rail, which owns the train, plan to begin operating the dinner train in April.
The Missouri House of Representatives voted unanimously to require Gov. Jay Nixon to disclose all travel records to a website. The bill requires one more vote before it goes to the state Senate.
The 11 students from the junior class at Jamestown High School make the 45-minute commute to Mizzou Arena to work the concession stands at the Missouri women's basketball games. They are raising money for a senior trip.
Chris Abernathy used his experience in commercial radio to pursue a role in Missouri athletics as the announcer for the Missouri volleyball and women's basketball teams.
Despite offensive struggles, the Bruins (21-5) defeated Smith-Cotton (15-11) on Wednesday to advance to the Class 5 District 9 finals.
Protests continue in Libya with Gadhafi's hold on the country weakening.
Sen. Claire McCaskill discussed issues brought forth by Columbia residents at City Hall on Wednesday afternoon.
The labor contract issue in Missouri is in a "premature" state in the Senate, and legislators said they doubt the debate will get as heated as it has in neighboring states.
The St. Louis ace might need reconstructive surgery. The team will likely disclose findings from various examinations at at news conference Thursday.
After scoring 9 runs in its first game of the season, the Missouri softball team produced only three more runs in the next two games.
Columbia residents, some with family in Libya, protested against Gadhafi in Speakers Circle on Wednesday, hoping to create awareness.
The Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys argued the commission's sentencing guidelines are too lenient.
The legislation will allow the auditor to compare different agencies and their spending.
The House approved a bill which had an amendment attached that will require transparency of the governor's travel expenses.
Crews from the shows are in Columbia this week to film about new developments in Ryan Ferguson's case.