The deal is done. MU will lease and operate the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts for the next three years and have the option to buy it after that.
“He murdered them all, one by one,” Assistant Attorney General Amy Hanley said of Kraig Kahler during her closing argument. “He killed his family because they were no longer perfect.”
An up-tempo style and an improved James Franklin helped the Tigers' offense look as good as it had all month during Thursday's preseason scrimmage.
Henry Josey was one of four running backs thrust into the spotlight when Derrick Washington was dismissed from the team last season. A year later, he's working hard to stay in the mix with the help of an injured teammate.
In its annual adjustment, the Columbia School Board raised the property tax levy by 3.2 cents. The board plans to use the money for air conditioning projects.
Texas A&M President R. Bowen Loftin said in a letter to Big 12 Conference Commissioner Dan Beebe that the Aggies are exploring all their options.
Missouri college presidents discussed Thursday performance funding as a solution to the decline in state support for higher education.
Irene is expected to hit North Carolina's Outer Banks on Saturday afternoon, and evacuations were ordered in Dare County, N.C.
The seventh annual Tomato Festival on Thursday at MU's Bradford Research and Extension Center drew a crowd of more than 600 people eager to taste hybrid tomatoes and peppers. Sixty-four varieties of peppers and 64 tomatoes were displayed for people to sample.
The Providence Bowl is Coach Arnel Monroe's first game as head coach and one of the biggest of the season for Hickman's football team. But that intense atmosphere doesn't phase the veteran Monroe.
Rock Bridge's Bo Bell has spent his entire high school career as a backup quarterback, patiently waiting for his opportunity to start. Now he has his chance.
Included in the more than 100 new terms are "tweet," "helicopter parents," "bromance," "cougar" and " boomerang child." Oh, and don't forget about "fist bump."
To some in the Apple world, CEO Steve Jobs' resignation is more of a sentimental change than a logistical one — his successor has handled the job before. But others say the change could lead to future struggles for the company.
Proposed changes to Missouri's self-exclusion program would allow people who have banned themselves from the state's casinos to have the prohibition lifted after at least five years instead of continuing with a lifetime ban.
After struggling last year, the Hickman volleyball team is staying positive about the new season.
Fr. Tolton Catholic High School, the first Catholic high school in the Columbia area, has organized several different sports teams, two which are the result of a cooperative partnership with Calvary Lutheran High School in Jefferson City.
Columbia's new Catholic high school, Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School, hosted a Fall Sports Pictures and Media night on Thursday.
Missouri coach Wayne Kreklow said the upcoming Tiger Invitational is a chance for his new players to learn.
The Missouri Tigers finished the last scrimmage of the season Thursday at Faurot Field. The team will take Friday off before "game week" preparations begin Saturday.
Keeping a perfectly trimmed lawn has become an obsession for men in today's world.