Senior Marcus Denmon led the No. 10-ranked Tigers with 28 points, followed by senior Ricardo Ratliffe with 17 points and 11 rebounds.
Many Columbia residents were surprised to see snow on the ground Tuesday morning and weren't prepared for the slick road conditions.
Columbia residents were hit with their first snowfall of the winter season this morning. The inch of snow and ice that fell severely hindered the morning commute.
- As of noon today, 40 injury accidents had been reported across the city to Columbia-Boone County Joint Communications.
- An advisory from the Missouri Department of Transportation attributed the treacherous conditions to a combination of light snow and freezing mist.
- The snow should end this afternoon with an inch accumulated, according to the National Weather Service.
- The temperature will drop to 18 degrees overnight, and no snow is in the forecast for Wednesday.
- MoDOT dispatched 230 trucks in 18 central Missouri counties beginning at midnight, said spokesman Jason Shafer.
- Jill Stedem of the city Public Works Department said 22 plows have been out since 5 a.m.
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Columbia's 911 dispatch site keeps a running list of where accidents are in real time. Check out this site: Real time 911 calls
The Columbia School Board members voiced the need to place a $50 million bond issue and 52-cent tax rate increase in front of Columbia residents by April 2012.
Missourian photographer Pinar Istek spent Tuesday afternoon alongside Doug O'Connor, a tow truck operator for I-70 Towing.
"She has improved from the time she came in here to now," Kewpies coach J.D. Coffman said of Becca Schranck, a senior in the middle of her third wrestling season.
UM System spokeswoman Jennifer Holdingshead said Tuesday that it is "extremely unlikely" a new president will be named this week. Earlier Tuesday, a presidential search advisory committee met with one candidate for almost five hours.
Junior Laurel Wichmann and senior captains Kayla Rice and Amanda Philips are out for the season, but the Cougars haven't given up.
It took six adults and three children more than an hour to catch the rooster that had been living in the park since May.
Columbia will be losing an affordable housing option once Columbia Regency mobile home park is torn down. And most mobile home parks in the area don't accommodate everyone.
The U.S. has the highest ratio of the top 1 percent income share compared to other developed countries. The decline in the income share of the other 99 percent began in the late 80s.
The courts have been weighed down with frivolous lawsuits from domestic terrorists.
During the antlerless deer season, Missouri hunters killed 789 fewer deers than last year.
Prosecutors recommended that Rod Blagojevich get 15 to 20 years in prison, but his attorney said he thinks that sentencing is too harsh.
The Kewpies advanced to the second round of the McDonald's Tournament after defeating Lincoln Prep 76-63 on Tuesday night at Blue Springs High School.
Many Pearl Harbors survivors are deciding to be buried on the ships they served on during the attack. On Wednesday, the remains of five survivors will be placed in Pearl Harbor as part of the 70th anniversary of the attack.
Missouri's Lisa Henning was named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association All-Central Region First Team.
The state is seeking a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act, and it's asking for public input on the proposal.
The U.S. Supreme Court must define what a navigable river is. The decision could affect the rights to lands beneath the streams and rivers all over the U.S.