Setting up and tearing down is the constant theme for the athletic department's facilities crew that works the graveyard shift to prepare the Mizzou Sports Park and surrounding campus for football games and other events.
After eight games, the Tigers are 7-1-0. Last season, after the same number of matches, they held a 2-4-2 record.
It will cost the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers $2 billion to repair the flood damage to the nation's levees, dams and riverbanks. The corps currently has only $150 million for repairs.
Columbia Transit is losing thousands of dollars through contracts with apartment complexes that give students free rides.
A new planet has been discovered by NASA's telescope Kepler, and just like in "Star Wars," this planet orbits two suns.
The Exercise Tiger Association will hold its annual "Adopt a Serviceman" banquet Friday to honor local army officers and veterans.
Breaking down what you wanted to know, and probably some things that you didn't want to know, about Western Illinois.
Get to know defensive tackle Dominique Hamilton.
Never before has the current crop of Missouri football players had a loss this early in the season. Add in the team's first overtime game since the 2008 Alamo Bowl, and the team is dealing with a couple new experiences.
Austin Ray, a 6-foot-6-inch, 235-pound senior tight end for Rock Bridge High School's football team, thought he might find a spot playing for Missouri. He didn't — but a football scholarship to Ole Miss has him excited for college.
Will Owens has had three surgeries to repair torn menisci in his left and right knees. His most recent surgery was in July, but he's not showing any lingering effects. He's playing both sides of the ball for Hickman and has hopes for a college football career.
The $122,341 from the David B. Lichtenstein Foundation will cover 6,200 vaccinations and pay nurses to conduct flu clinics in elementary schools across the county.
Invasive species introduced from elsewhere in the world are now regarded as the second biggest threat after habitat destruction.
Seniors Whitney Wipfler and Kelsey Harrington both had three hits to lead Rock Bridge to a 10-6 win over rival Hickman. The game was played in front of a rowdy crowd at University Field.
The Boone County Draft Horse and Mule Sale began Wednesday and will continue through Saturday. The event, which began in 1990, features the sale of farm equipment and a variety of draft horses and mules.
Columbia College revealed a new tuition plan, school brand and internship program at President Gerald Brouder's State of the College Address on Thursday. The tuition plan will keep students' tuition at a constant rate for up to five years.
We’ll be voting on a set of changes that purport to address a nonexistent problem while leaving real weaknesses untouched. We’ll make it harder to vote for people who already are less likely to do so. All that at a cost of millions we don’t have.
Constitution Day will be celebrated in schools on Friday. What national holiday has ties to the Constitution? How many amendments have been introduced in Congress over the years? Test your knowledge with our facts and quiz.
Each week we’ll show you a photo, and it’s your job to tell us what’s going on. Tweet us at @CoMoSports using the hashtag #captioncontest. We’ll read all of them and publish the best ones online and in next week’s print edition.
The Historic Preservation Commission is taking applications for the Most Notable Properties 2012. The properties should add to the city's social and aesthetic value.