The Braggin' Rights atmosphere raises the possibility that something similar could work for Missouri's rivalry against Kansas when the Tigers join the SEC this summer.
By spurning a deal that Senate Republicans had embraced,the House wing of the party isolated itself politically and by some calculations improved President Barack Obama's re-election prospects.
The Marines continue to provide the most "bang for the taxpayer's buck."
All of us should be gathering our friends and resources to zero in on problems we cannot solve alone.
Families with limited incomes are left out of almost all programs because they cannot afford to buy the attendance “buttons.”
Shoppers were looking for last-minute gifts at Columbia stores as Christmas approached. Stores stayed open late Friday, and retailers were looking forward to after-Christmas sales Monday.
Here is a sampling of Columbia restaurants that are open during the holiday weekend. Some restaurants are open for Christmas Eve and on Monday but closed on Christmas Day.
The Velvet Cupcake opened Thursday as part of The Tiger Hotel's renovation plan.
Donors work at shopping to fulfill the wishes — and needs — for foster children in the Boone County Department of Child Services.
Members of the Missouri football team took time out from preparing for the Independence Bowl by participating in Bowling Before the Bowl on Saturday afternoon in Shreveport, La.
Gary Pinkel has never faced an ACC opponent as head coach of the Missouri Tigers, but despite the unfamiliarity, the Tigers are preparing for a run-focused Independence Bowl matchup with North Carolina.
With the imminent departure of interim head coach Everett Withers and the arrival of new coach Larry Fedora, distractions could envelope the Tar Heels as they prepare to face Missouri in the Independence Bowl.
Get the latest on St. Nick's whereabouts with NORAD's Santa Tracker.