When Logan Fitch, senior quarterback for the Hickman football team, peers across the line at the defense during practice, he sees his brother, Colby Fitch, a sophomore, glaring right back at him.
The students who gathered at Speakers Circle held different ideas of how to fix their problems with Wall Street, but they agreed that the key was the solidarity within the movement.
New Haven Elementary School students were cheered on by Lenoir Woods residents Wednesday as they joined a worldwide effort to set a jumping jack record. The attempt was part of Michelle Obama's national campaign to combat childhood obesity.
Barbara Wyatt has spent the past eight years as a foster grandparent at Shepard Boulevard Elementary School. Her students call her Grandma Barbara.
MU football players talk about their activities, school work and relationships on Twitter. Here's a collection of this week's most interesting tweets
The charity serves 150 children from low-income Columbia families. People can vote for it until 5 p.m. Oct. 21.
The fundraiser supports school programs and tickets are $10 per person or $80 per table.
As the leaves change colors and the temperature drops, Columbia braces for its 100th Homecoming. Through the years, traditions have been created celebrated and revived, with some left to fade away into memories.
Despite finishing the regular season with a winning record, the Rock Bridge football team’s performance over the past seven games means nothing heading into the district playoffs.
Planning a Saturday full of watching football? Here's a schedule of the Big 12 games and where you can find them on the tube.
Loughner is being held at the U.S Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, Mo.
Ellis Library and the State Historical Society of Missouri are still recovering from fires in September. Part of the State Historical Society is closed, and a popular Halloween event has been canceled.
Private Selection Extreme Moose Tracks ice cream could contain peanuts not mentioned on the label, which could pose a serious threat to people with peanut allergies.
The Bruins' Cora Trout had a hard week adjusting to a new position at libero. A quiet person, Trout struggled with the vocal requirement of the position.
Following the tornado that decimated Joplin in May, mixed martial artist and former Missouri Tiger Ben Askren pushed to have residents of the town receive 300 free tickets to an Mixed Martial Arts event on Oct. 8.
Gov. Jay Nixon's office announced Thursday that John Britt, who has served as director of the Missouri Department of Public Safety since 2009, is stepping down effective Friday.
Fewer deer were killed during this year's urban hunting season than in previous years.
The Hickman soccer team shut out Southwest Early College Campus High School 5-0 in a home game Thursday at Robert M. LeMone Field.
Jock's Nitch, an apparel company that offers a range of college and sports gear, will open Friday in downtown Columbia.
A bar owner sued in June to stop the ban, but a judge upheld the ban on Wednesday.