The MU Chancellor and chairman of the Big 12 board of directors says the conference has a lot of work left to do.
Both MU Chancellor Brady Deaton and University of Oklahoma President David Boren spoke Thursday night about the future of the Big 12 Conference.
Senate, House disagree on economic development bill aimed at a jobs plan and the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. The ongoing special session could go on for several more weeks.
Don Ludwig, chairman of a committee charged with redrawing the district's boundaries, updated members of the Columbia School Board on Thursday on the committee's schedule and the effects of new boundaries on students, teachers and transportation services.
Big 12 Commissioner Dan Beebe is out after the conference nearly collapsed for the second time in just over a year. In a statement, the Big 12 said its board of directors and Beebe reached a "mutual agreement" for Beebe to leave the job immediately.
A few Missouri's football players starting riding scooters to save money. Several of their teammates have joined them. It makes sense, and besides, it looks kind of fun.
Unlike last year, Missouri enters the Oklahoma football game with less hype, facing a team with revenge on their minds for last year's loss.
The start of the 2011 football season has been filled with drama as conferences fight over alignment. Here is a history of 12 major conference shake-ups that have occurred in college football.
The commission's recommendation to legalize skating downtown will go to the City Council for final review. As it reads now, a city ordinance states a person roller skating, skateboarding or using another coasting device can't use roads, alleys or sidewalks in the business district.
Columbia's leaves have already started changing and are expected to hit their peak fall color around the third week of October.
University spokeswoman Jennifer Hollingshead confirmed that conference realignment was on the agenda but said it was not the primary reason for the meeting.
Ardent Tiger fans shouldn't care about the Big 12 Conference troubles — because the Big 12 certainly doesn't care about them.
As of today, illegally parked bicycles will begin to be impounded by MU. There would be no charge to recover a bike.
Rames Branch in Boonville was contaminated with 400,000 gallons of waste on Wednesday. Officials from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources are investigating the wastewater release and a fish kill approximately 250 yards from the Missouri River.
Donations are down and the number of animals being brought to the Central Missouri Humane Society are up. The shelter is looking into cost-saving methods and appealing to the public for donations.
The Missouri Civil Liberties Association is working to formalize its structure to provide statewide civil rights protection.
A head of long blond hair makes West Wilson, a junior safety on the Rock Bridge football team, hard to miss. It also matches his unique personality.
J'den Cox's old knee injuries became a concern during the Hickman football team's game on Friday. The three meniscus tears he experienced last year made him concerned about his future college sports career, but he is determined to continue playing.
Videos of child pornography were found during a Boone County Sheriff's Department Cyber Crimes Task Force investigation. The investigation has not been completed, but a man has been charged.
An MU professor is studying atmospheric blocking, a phenomenon that can lead to droughts, floods and other extreme weather.