An MU spokesman said the library will remain closed Monday but will reopen at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Images of dancing at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival, getting muddy at the Epic Mud Run 5K and dogs in the Pooch Plunge were some of the week's best photos from the Missourian staff.
Search-and-rescue training sent Tuff and her owner to ground zero and helped them develop a close bond that's a strong as ever today.
Religious leaders, Mayor Bob McDavid and other Columbia residents came together at the Islamic Center of Central Missouri to remember the victims of 9/11.
Visitors to ColumbiaMissourian.com followed Big 12 news closely, along with stories about 9/11, the national drug shortage and a boating accident.
While uncertainty over the future of the Big 12 looms, Missouri (1-1) faced its own troubles in their 37-30 loss to Arizona State (2-0).
Around the world, memorials and ceremonies were held throughout the day to honor those who lost their lives a decade ago. Here's some of the most engaging coverage.
Police, firefighters and Missouri Task Force One members were honored at the Honor and Remembrance Ceremony held Sunday outside Columbia Mall.
Columbia residents reflected on the meaning of forgiveness in churches and synagogues on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
More than 100 members of Missouri United Methodist Church participated in Serve 2011, a program that involved cleaning and repairing local houses Sunday.
Families, strangers, world leaders and football fans came together Sunday to remember the terrorist attacks and lives lost a decade ago.
A broken power line caused a few minor fires Sunday and a power outage around 2:30 p.m.
The team won the William Chrisman Invitational with a 6-0 record, defeating teams from six other schools in the process.
The Tigers beat Arizona State on Sunday to win the weekend tournament in Tempe, Ariz.
Missourian commenters last week debated tax breaks and terrorism.
Many different themes and techniques are on display at the Missouri Watercolor Society Members' Invitational. Judge Paul Jackson liked the variety of this year's submissons and said he made his decision based on excellence.
Ten years later, civil rights groups and banking institutions still question the act's reach, which allows the government to use wiretaps and secret search warrants in its investigations, and requires banks to collect, maintain and monitor much more extensive customer records than before.
Wearing traditional clothing has put some Muslim women in a spotlight that includes getting strange looks. For others, it is an opportunity to interact and strike up conversations about the faith.
A Columbia teenager recalls his experiences growing up Muslim during the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. While he says he has been teased by his classmates, he doesn't take it too personally.
Osama Yanis, the owner of two coffee shops in Columbia, faced much prejudice after the Sept. 11 attacks. He was eventually forced to close the shop that bore his name.