In a email statement released Saturday, MU Chancellor Brady Deaton clarified his comments on the vetting process of new Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith, who has come under NCAA investigation.
The Tigers' practices are meticulously planned to maximize the team's use of its practice time.
The Central Missouri Humane Society hosted several events at locations around Columbia on Saturday.
Hundreds of cyclists attended the Boone Dawdle 2011, a fundraiser for the True/False Film Festival. It began with a bicycle ride to the Les Bourgeois Winery in Rocheport.
More than 250 students participated in Step Forward Day and volunteered with various nonprofit organizations, including Pick Up America, which aims to clean up the nation with recycling programs.
The International Friends held the Household Give Away on Saturday at University Place Apartments. More than 120 students received items to help furnish their apartments.
Police found the bodies of a married couple in their home Thursday morning.
Columbia Public Schools students will not be vaccinated for the flu at school this year because the federal grant that paid for the vaccinations ended in May.
Curators are required to submit an annual conflict-of-interest form and are allowed to do business with the university system as long as contracts exceeding $10,000 are competitively bid.
The fire, which a pedestrian reported around 3 a.m., engulfed the porch and roof of the Bass Avenue house.
The money will be used to send nurses and a physician to training centers to learn more about the disease and prevention methods.
Spectators at the Kansas City Aviation Expo Air Show were asked to leave the airport after the crash.