How to get involved in RecSports at MU

MU students have a variety of opportunities to get involved athletically.

What every fan should know about Missouri sports and traditions

Learn all about MU's sports teams, know the notable Tiger alumni and rehearse the fight songs.

How to score tickets to MU sporting events

This year is expected to be a big one for MU athletics, and there are lots of options for students who want to go to home games. 

Tiger Tailgate Recycling offers volunteer opportunity without missing the game

Tiger Tailgate Recycling, a part of Sustain Mizzou, is a student volunteer effort with a goal of reducing waste during the MU football season.

Get involved with MU athletics cheering sections

Spirit groups are one way to get involved on campus and meet new people. Football, basketball and volleyball have their own official spirit sections.

What to do at the 'Zou: Guide to free events around campus

Whether music, film, sports, or late-night party alternatives are your thing, MU has plenty to offer.

Find high fashions for low prices at Columbia's discount shops

Columbia offers many affordable clothing options for students on a budget.

What to do: 10 great Columbia finds

Columbia is packed with great finds. When it comes to what to see and what to eat, here's a list of 10 local "musts."

Columbia offers several parks and trails near MU campus

A quick reference guide to some popular trails and parks, each with access close to MU's campus.

UPDATE: MU joins Gig.U, tries to bring to Columbia one-gigabit Internet

MU and the city of Columbia are joining a nationwide effort called "Gig.U" to try to bring fast Internet to 29 universities and their surrounding communities. The goals are innovation and economic growth.

'Alligator Man' case to be decided Friday

The final ruling on whether Ken Henderson can keep his alligators will come Friday afternoon.

Missouri basketball's Denmon, English looking for spots at World University Games

The pair of senior Tigers guards leave this weekend for the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., to take part in a a training camp that will be used to select a team to represent the United States in China.

Agriculture Secretary Vilsack announces rural broadband expansion, seeks nonprofit input

U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack sought the input of nonprofit foundations to improve the service of the White House Rural Council— created last month by President Barack Obama — and announced earlier Wednesday the funding of rural broadband initiatives in Missouri, Kansas and six other states.

Cause of fire at Cosmo-Bethel Park under investigation

Although no injuries resulted from the fire, a large portion of the park’s playground equipment was destroyed.

PHOTO GALLERY: Wednesday at the Boone County Fair

The pig competition, carnival rides and prizes were the highlight of the Boone County Fair on Wednesday.

Woody's Menagerie Animal Show brings exotic animals to Boone County Fair

Woody's Menagerie Animal Show brought a wild side to the Boone County Fair with a monkey, lions, ligers and other animals.

PHOTO GALLERY: Woody's Menagerie Animal Show features exotic creatures up close

Woody's Menagerie Animal Show at the Boone County Fair showcased exotic animals, including ligers and bears. The exhibition gave families a chance to see the creatures up close.

Roots 'N' Blues brings more music with a higher price

With bigger names and more artists scheduled to perform, ticket prices for this year's Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival have increased.

Robbery reported at Martinsburg Bank in Columbia

Police are searching for a man who robbed Martinsburg Bank on Wednesday afternoon.

Missouri gets grant to counsel survivors of disasters

People who live or work in a county affected by severe storms, massive flooding and tornadoes can call a toll-free phone number and receive crisis counseling.