Missouri football coach Pinkel suspended for one week after arrest

Athletics Director Mike Alden speaks Thursday at Mizzou Arena during the news conference regarding Gary Pinkel's arrest. Alden announced that Pinkel has been suspended for one week without pay.

Pinkel could lose more than $300,000 in pay after being arrested on suspicion of DWI Wednesday night.

TIGER KICKOFF: Missouri football team finds hidden gems deep in Texas

The Tigers have learned how to make "leftovers" in the state of Texas into a main course on the team's roster.

Missouri men's basketball team defeats Niagara

Senior Marcus Denmon led the Tigers with 22 points.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Aspen Heights only potential buyer speaking up for Regency residents

Aspen Heights was strongly against residents being forced out of the mobile home park under such short notice, and it has worked closely with the residents to ensure they are able to have a smooth move-out process. 

TIGER KICKOFF: Logic, PB&J can't explain Texas Tech's erratic season

Missouri says it's not worried about which Texas Tech team shows up Saturday in Columbia — something that neither reason nor superstition can predict. 

TIGER KICKOFF: Texas Tech Facts

Here are some facts about different sports at Texas Tech.

Matt Pressey earns plenty of attention in Missouri basketball win

Matt Pressey got some attention with a 12-point effort in a 83-52 victory against Niagara on Thursday at Mizzou Arena.

Petitions on Regency mobile home park rezoning to be presented to City Council

Two petitions, one supporting the rezoning of Columbia Regency mobile home park and one opposing it, are accumulating MU student signatures. Developer Aspen Heights plans to buy the park and build student apartments.

Videos show excerpt of Alden-Pinkel news conference

Missouri Athletics Director Mike Alden announced the decision about penalties imposed on Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel after he was arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri men's basketball beats Niagara 83-52

Occupy COMO must move out by Monday

Occupy COMO protestors received notice Thursday that they must remove all stored belongings from Liberty Plaza.

TIGER KICKOFF: Five of the best live animal mascots of the SEC

Not sure about keeping animals in the house? Get used to it if you want to be part of the Southeastern Conference.

Missouri safeties ride out roller coaster season

The Missouri football team has had a bumpy season at the safety position. Behind the leadership of senior captain Kenji Jackson, the group hope to finish well against Texas Tech and Kansas. 

Occupy protesters arrested after attempt to block St. Louis bridge

Some protesters said the Martin Luther King Bridge is a symbol of the nation's decaying infrastructure. Thursday marked the Occupy movement's two-month anniversary. 

GEORGE KENNEDY: Good news about the SEC wrapped in grim news about funding

State funding is at the same level as it was in 1999, and an increase in funding for the next fiscal year doesn't seem likely. 

PHOTO GALLERY: Guardians of the Ribbon brings pink firetruck to MU

Columbia postal center could take on mail from Quincy, Ill.

The U.S. Postal Service, which has been looking for ways to consolidate operations and cut costs, is considering whether to close its Quincy, Ill., distribution center. If the location closes,  the facility in Columbia could expand and absorb its mail.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Supporting our national motto is useless campaign tactic

With unemployment topping 9 percent, our lawmakers took time out to "reaffirm" "In God We Trust" as our official national motto with a 396-9 vote in House of Representatives.

No injuries or arrests in Dollar General Store robbery

Officers responded to a call at 8:33 p.m. at Dollar General Store, 3700 Monterey Drive. No arrests were made.

TIGER KICKOFF: Big 12 games on TV this weekend

Planning a weekend full of watching football? Here's a schedule of the Big 12 games and where you can find them on the tube.