As part of an international effort to enforce a U.N.-mandated no-fly zone, the U.S. began firing missiles into Libya Saturday.
The U.S., Britain and France started launching missiles against Moammar Gadhafi's forces Saturday. Obama authorized military action, though it wasn't his first choice. He said he will not send ground forces to Libya.
Opposing groups held rallies in front of the Columbia Planned Parenthood office Saturday.
MTV held a casting call at Bengal's Bar and Grill on Saturday afternoon. Since 1992, cast members on "The Real World" have dealt with issues including sexuality, addiction and romance — often while drunk and always on camera.
Eric Anderson will start on the mound for Missouri on Tuesday, but he's also getting time to play the field and hit this season.
One of the proposed constitutional amendments on the ballot has heightened the tension between Islamists and Coptic Christians. Voting results will be released Sunday.
Through the collective efforts of teachers and speakers, Hickman High School held an annual conference that urges students to excel.
The Missouri softball team led Western Michigan 10-1 in a game postponed because of the weather. The game continues Sunday at 12:30 p.m.
Missouri wrestler Dom Bradley finished third in the heavyweight division and Todd Schavrien finished sixth in the 141-pound weight class.
Sophomore Tori Howard earned a career high score on the beam and senior Alex Gold earned a season high score on the vault.
The Columbia College softball team (11-4) won four games over the weekend at the McKendree Invitational, three of them by one run.
A tuition waiver will save MU about $13.3 million, but the university still must close a projected $21.7 million funding gap.
The neighborhood cleanup, held Saturday morning, is one of several steps being taken to fix up the mobile home park.
A sewer task force is attempting to correct utility bills sent to Columbia residents, who saw massive spikes in their bills in 2008.
A head-shaving event raised nearly $30,000 for Columbia's St. Baldrick's Foundation, a national nonprofit that holds fundraisers for childhood cancer research.
Freshman Loren Figueroa took second place in the 1-meter dive at the NCAA Championships on Friday. Sophomore swimmer Dominique Bouchard took second in the 200 backstroke on Saturday.
Although similarities exist between the ongoing crisis in Japan and the partial meltdown in Pennsylvania in 1978, experts say the disaster in Japan is far more complex.
Farmers are being paid to flood their land as duck habitat to prevent the birds from flocking to the oily coastal marshes. Overall, it didn't work as planned — the ducks went to their usual habitat despite the oil damage. It did attract shorebirds as they migrated.
Several Missouri town names' roots come from famous explorers and patriots from the past. Others get their names from the geographical features in the area.
The law professor said the government should look at treatment options rather than incarceration for drug use.