Tim Wolfe, a Rock Bridge High School and MU graduate, was named the next president of the University of Missouri System on Tuesday.
An email notification from the director of public relations for the University of Missouri System was sent out before board Chairman Warren Erdman introduced Timothy M. Wolfe at the news conference Tuesday morning.
L'Damian Washington has led a tough life, but the redshirt sophomore receiver does not let that stop him from reaching his goals on and off the field.
Large piles of debris, trash and tires at the park caused the violation of the ordinance. The Public Health and Human Services Department said it has received complaints about the property since October.
Hickman senior Michael Logan has optic nerve hypoplasia, which keeps him from playing sports like football or baseball. It hasn't kept him from being a success for the Kewpies wrestling team, though.
Lucky pennies placed in their shoes, novel ways of fixing their hair — the Tigers' pregame routines help keep them focused and mentally prepared to take the court.
The rearrangement of state House and Senate districts provides candidates with new opportunities. Candidates may choose which district to run in for the 2012 election but must live in the new district for a year to be eligible for re-election in that district in 2014.
A federal law taking effect next month will ban drivers of commercial vehicles from using cellphones while operating a vehicle.
John Tucker had an experience with God that inspired him to draw biblical comics. Tucker is striving to publish a comic book and become a minister.
A former Missouri basketball player, football coach and football player will be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in January along with the Columbia College volleyball team.
Timothy Wolfe, 53, was named the 23rd UM System president on Tuesday morning.
The house will stand at 42 feet, 4 inches, more than 7 feet taller than city ordinances allow.
Two women were taken away by ambulance after the two cars collided. A pedestrian barely escaped injury.
Two Medicare Boot Camp sessions will be held Thursday. The goal of the workshops is to provide people with information they should know for their future decisions about their medical coverage.
State Rep. Mary Still advocated higher cigarette taxes and a tax on Internet sales during a speech before Chamber of Commerce members Tuesday. But her audience was surprised by the political tone of her remarks.
Jessica McConnell transferred from Stephens College to spend time with her sick father. But McConnell knew it would be an easy decision to transfer back.
Behind the Scenes introduces Ron Jensen and shows how has printing a newspaper changed over 40 years.
The Super 8 hotel will give free rooms to people visiting corrections facilities, hospitals, or nursing homes on the nights of Dec. 24 or 25.
The financial industry, that is trying desperately to avoid being held accountable to its customers received a big win after the Senate voted down the confirmation of Richard Cordray, the nominee to head the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
As an essential and valuable force, restructuring the Marine Corps for budgetary reasons needs more careful thinking.