Four MU students — Kip Hill, Laura Kebede, Will Guldin and Charles Minshew — were selected as winners of Dow Jones News Fund Editing Internships last week.
The Missouri men's basketball team is 9-0 under new head coach Frank Haith, but the NCAA investigation into his former school, the University of Miami, could cause problems.
The "Free to Tweet" contest, sponsored by 1 for All, encourages students to celebrate free expression. The contest helps promote the First Amendment and the free flow of ideas.
By late December, the Columbia Police Department hopes to have better standards by which to judge if officers use too much force when on patrol.
Shooters who come to Prairie Grove vary from blue-collar locals to CEOs. They come year-round, while the summer air is hot and muggy and when winter covers the fields in mounds of snow.
A woman, arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property, confessed to Columbia police that she committed a string of robberies beginning in September.
Secrecy surrounded the selection of Timothy Wolfe as the UM System president. Did that mystery ensure a better choice was made? We'll never know.
After being shelved and disregarded for three decades, boxes full of artifacts from an archeological dig in Rocheport have been recovered to shed light on the town's lost past.
Columbia College men's basketball player Taylor Evans is the last remaining player from the 2009 team. That season, the Cougars played in the NAIA national championship game.
Possible changes to the state's probation and parole system that could save Missouri millions of dollars was discussed by a Missouri House committee Wednesday.
Ken Burton is an "outsider" but he hasn't done anything that deserves him being fired.
Barry Odom, the safeties coach at Missouri, is leaving to become the defensive coordinator at the University of Memphis.
For as long as J. Karl Miller can remember, he has had an unabashed and unashamed love affair with Christmas.
Columbia’s tattoo, body piercing and art gallery, Living Canvas, tries to eliminate the stereotypes associated with the traditional tattoo parlors by creating a comfortable atmosphere.
Not everyone gets a second chance at life as John Bunten did. Through a suicide-prevention program at MU, state public school districts learn ways to flag the issues before suicide is attempted.
Different MU organizations are gearing up to get students more involved and registered to vote in the upcoming elections.
For Tar Heels interim football coach Everett Withers his team's Dec. 26 game against Missouri in the Independence Bowl is a farewell.
Environmental advocates passed on a petition today that asks the National Park Service to better maintain the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, the largest national park in the state.
The Salvation Army warns shoppers not to give donations to people not wearing the organization's apron or button.
The National Transportation Safety Board is recommending that texting while driving be prohibited, but an MU student disagrees.