Franklin overcomes struggles to lead Missouri football to Border Showdown win

Missouri quarterback James Franklin shakes a fan's hand after the Border Showdown with the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

Missouri quarterback James Franklin threw three interceptions in a first half that ended with the Jayhawks leading 10-3. But, after getting words of encouragement from coaches and players on both sides of the ball, he led the Tigers to a 24-10 comeback win over their rivals.

Missouri-Kansas football game lacks usual drama

With an underwhelming crowd, an underwhelming opponent and, at least in the first half, an underwhelming performance from Missouri, Saturday's 24-10 win against Kansas felt like a regular old football game.

Student arrested in Egypt during protests returning to Missouri

The parents of Derrik Sweeney, who was arrested during protests in Egypt, eagerly await his return home Saturday night.

Tailgates, rituals and attire: Game day in the SEC

A look at football weekends across schools in the Southeastern Conference.

Columbia College signs first-ever golfer

Colin Wilson, from Quincy, Ill., is the first golfer to sign with Columbia College's start-up program.

Kansas, Missouri fans say goodbye to Border Showdown

The Kansas-Missouri rivalry recipe is simple: Start with a mixture of Kansas and Missouri fans. Add alcohol. Wait for the argument to begin.

Tiger fans show excitement over the Missouri vs. Kansas rivalry game

The historical border war between Missouri and Kansas ignites enthusiasm among Tiger fans.

Fans sound off about Border Showdown, Missouri leaving for SEC

Fans shared their feelings about the last Border Showdown with Missouri in the Big 12.

Three Columbia businesses robbed in four-hour period

Three Columbia businesses were robbed within four hours Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.


PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri beats Kansas 24-10 in last game as conference rivals

Missouri and Kansas battled each other for the last time as Big 12 Conference rivals.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri and Kansas fans tailgate before rivalry game

Missouri and Kansas fans braved a windy day to tailgate before what could be the last Border Showdown at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Saturday.

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Woman attempted to rob a gas station but fled empty-handed

A Kwik BP gas stationwas robbed by a woman with a handgun Friday night.

Missouri volleyball team defeats Texas Tech

The Missouri volleyball team defeated host Texas Tech 25-21, 27-25, 25-22 on Saturday night, which put the team in a good position to secure an NCAA Tournament at-large selection.


Seniors lead Missouri women's basketball to win against Wright State

At one point in the second half, Christine Flores and BreAnna Brock combined to score 21 straight points for the Tigers' women's basketball team.

Three students arrested in Egypt are back in US

Derrik Sweeney was expected to arrive in St. Louis around midnight.

Columbia College men's basketball team goes 2-0 at tournament

A 77-44 victory against Kansas Wesleyan on Saturday gave the Cougars a 2-0 record in the Quality Inn Thanksgiving Classic at the Arena at Southwell Complex.

Three American students arrested in Cairo flying to US

Jefferson City native Derrik Sweeney and two other American students are on their way home after being arrested last Sunday in Cairo, according to an airport official.

Columbia College women's basketball team loses another road game

The Columbia College women's basketball team suffered its second straight loss of the season Saturday, falling 75-70 at Campbellsville (Ky.) University.


Missouri auditor's office questions performance review of Social Services Department

State Auditor Tom Schweich questions the payment of two individuals used to review the Department of Social Services.