Clinton discussed energy problems faced by the modern world at the 6 p.m. commencement ceremony Friday.
The vice president of a waterways operations group compared the Mississippi River shutdown to closing every bridge going over the river, which would halt railroad and vehicle traffic.
The 2012 budget has been approved by Missouri lawmakers. Gov. Jay Nixon now must review the $23 billion budget and sign off on it.
President Obama should release the photographs because the images are a period on a long, rambling story of hurt and destruction.
A former Missouri men's basketball player and an associate director of basketball operations from Miami will join Missouri's coaching staff.
As a combat veteran, one who has experienced the horrific and tragic deaths of friend and foe alike, I am appalled by anyone who would advocate the display of a dead enemy as a trophy of war.
Barge traffic was closed on a section of the Mississippi River in fear that the wake from barges could increase flood risks.
The Kewpies will participate in district meets next Saturday at Rock Bridge High School.
At the MU Senior Sendoff held at 4 p.m. Friday, more than 1,700 class of 2011 graduates crowded onto Francis Quadrangle and squeezed through the MU Columns.
The Hickman baseball team had quite the offensive day, scoring 14 runs on 12 hits. Power was key for the Kewpies, who had five home runs, including two by freshman Colby Fitch.
It has not been confirmed to be a suicide, but officers will review security footage to find out exactly what happened.
Missouri senior Aaron Dixon is hitting his stride at the right time. He won two events at the Drake Relays last week and is preparing for the Big 12 Championships.
Keith Brodie was arrested in Pulaski County late Thursday night after being accused of sending threatening e-mails and text messages to his ex-girlfriend and her relatives.
The drop in price of crude oil has led to a 10-cent drop in local gas prices.
A new interactive weed identification Web tool from MU Extension was created to help users identify plants.
The home will be dedicated on Saturday, and the ceremony will take place from 11:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. outside of the home, located at 2507 Emery Drive.
A rooster has been spotted roaming around downtown Columbia.
A team of two to four workers will blow a nontoxic, odorless white smoke into a manhole from 7-8 a.m. in the alley between Broadway and Walnut Street from Eighth Street to Ninth Street.
On Record Store Day, music lovers of all genres and levels of obsession flock to the remaining independent record stores to listen to, talk about, purchase and argue about music.
Residents can leave nonperishable food items by their mailboxes on May 14, and letter carriers from the United States Postal Service will pick them up as part of an annual food drive.