However, the financing for the proposed garage hasn't been explained to council members.
Fans who watch the Missouri women's basketball team know first-year coach Robin Pingeton is an intense, passionate leader. The situation changes, though, when she is at home.
The Missouri men's basketball team might have received a lucky break heading into the Big 12 tournament, but the Tigers are more concerned with learning from last year's early exit.
Economists from the University of Missouri presented agriculture predictions to Congress. Meat prices are expected to rise faster than those for any other food group.
Best-selling Christian author Kathleen Norris visited Broadway Christian Church the weekend before Lent to share her reflections and participate in discussions. Norris talked plainly about caring for her husband before his death and struggles with spiritual indifference.
Consumer Reports and the U.S. Transportation Department will unveil a joint project in New York on Monday.
Columbia College secured the championship of the American Midwest Conference Tournament with a 70-56 victory over William Woods on Monday at Southwell Complex.
After the festival ended, True/False volunteers continued cleaning upMonday.
MU freshman diver Loren Figueroa shattered the 3-meter dive school record in January. This weekend, she has the chance to qualify for the NCAA championships for the first time.
It's the third time in his eight seasons at Kansas that Bill Self has won the honor. He received 16 out of the 22 votes from a panel of sports writers and broadcasters.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton announced the new lecture series Monday at the Reynolds Alumni Center.
The Missouri House heard a bill Wednesday that would extend the right to have a service dog to people with "invisible" disabilities such as autism and traumatic brain injury.
The second team honor was voted on by the league's head coaches. RaeShara Brown is MU's all-time steals leader and averages 16.8 points per game.
Candidates for the Columbia City Council, Columbia School Board and Boone Hospital Board of Trustees will answer questions about issues on the April ballot.
The number of reported influenza cases has dropped since the beginning of February, according to numbers from the MU Student Health Center.
Jim Leach, the ninth chairman of the endowment, will give a lecture titled "The Ethics of Civility" on Thursday at Columbia College.
The annual tornado drill has been rescheduled for 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
The Red Raiders coach will still be on the bench for the Big 12 Tournament.
The documentary film festival featured a variety of events including parties, a march and a 5K run.
The gift is said to benefit both the university and the state. A 5 p.m. news conference is planned.