Missouri's defense overwhelms Texas in 17-5 win

Texas' Mike Davis is tackled by MU's E.J. Gaines, right, and teammates during the game where MU Tigers beat University of Texas Longhorns 17-5, at Faurot Field on Saturday.

The Tigers held the Longhorns to their lowest point total since 2004 and beat Texas for the first time since 1997.

PHOTO GALLERY: Longhorns come up short against Tigers 17-5

The Longhorns lost to the Tigers 17-5 at Faurot Field on Saturday. In light of MU's recent move to the Southeastern Conference, this might have been the last time the teams will play each other.

REDI begins process of creating enhanced enterprise zone in Columbia

REDI of Columbia is starting the approval process for an economic zone that would attract businesses here by offering reduced taxes. 

UPDATE: Columbia duplex fire displaces occupants

Damage estimates are expected to exceed $50,000.

PHOTO GALLERY: First half of Missouri versus Texas football game

The Tigers led 14-3 Saturday at halftime of Missouri's football game against the Texas Longhorns at Faurot Field.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri, Texas fans enjoy pregame activities

Missouri and Texas fans participated in tailgating and the Tiger Walk on Saturday before kickoff of the Tigers versus Longhorns football game in Columbia.

Organizers of Missouri Loves Company Ultimate Frisbee tournament keep busy

Spencer Hollenbach and Steve Stallis, MU Ultimate Frisbee co-presidents, have prepared for months to host the Missouri Loves Company Ultimate Frisbee tournament being played at Cosmopolitan Park on Saturday and Sunday.

Win over Texas clouded by injury to Henry Josey

Missouri running back Henry Josey was carted off the field during the third quarter, and Gary Pinkel called the knee injury to the conference's leading rusher "serious."

Longhorn Network still working out kinks

With Missouri leaving for the SEC, Texas' Longhorn Network, one of the controversies in Big 12 negotiations, goes about its business.

Former Tiger returns to Mizzou Arena with Southeast Missouri State

Tyler Stone began his college basketball career at 17 as a Missouri Tiger. Two years later, he restarted that college basketball career in the same gym, under the same lights, with many of the same players on the court. But he returned as a Southeast Missouri State Redhawk and as a changed man.

Soccer coach continues superstition as Rock Bridge advances to semifinals

The Rock Bridge boys soccer team advanced to the Class 3 Final Four for the second consecutive year with a 2-0 victory against Nixa High School in the state quarterfinals Saturday at Rock Bridge High School.

No injuries after attempted robbery at Columbia Subway

Police determined after their investigation that the robber displayed a gun and demanded money.

Texas fans sound off about Missouri's move to SEC

Saturday's football game between the Tigers and Longhorns, a 17-5 Missouri win, might have been the last time Texas plays in Columbia. Longhorn fans talk about Missouri heading to the SEC and what they'll miss about coming to Columbia.

Columbia College basketball survives scare against Avila University

The Cougars led Avila by 15 with 2:33 left in the first half but had to fight off a late charge for a 80-64 win as they improved to 3-0 on the season.

Missouri women's basketball sweeps Texas road trip

The Tigers (2-0) beat Texas A&M Corpus Christi 75-58 on Saturday after a 70-50 win at Texas-San Antonio on Friday.


Columbia College shocked by loss in conference tournament final

The top-seeded Cougars' surprising conference tournament loss means they will have to wait and see whether they get a bid to the national National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Tournament.

Columbia Fire Department still investigating cause of Sinclair Farm fire

Battalion Chief Steven Sapp said the cause of the fire was suspicious because the abandoned building had no utilities.

Columbia duplex fire displaces occupants; cause of fire unknown

Firefighters saw heavy smoke rising from the roof and the back of the unit, and evacuated two people in the connected unit as part of standard procedure.

MU Faculty Council solicit faculty to reform diversity course requirement

MU Faculty Council is asking faculty to re-propose the diversity course requirement plan. Once it passes a vote, it will give students experiences to develop their knowledge and perspective to the world.

Missouri volleyball team loses at Texas A&M

The Missouri volleyball team lost in straight sets Saturday at Texas A&M.