THE WEEK IN MISSOURI SPORTS: Men's basketball continues streak; volleyball eliminated from NCAA tournament
A win in men's basketball and losses in women's basketball and volleyball set the tone for Missouri sports this week.
The game will be played at 4 p.m. Dec. 26 and broadcast on ESPN2.
Since her accident at Quinton's Bar and Deli, Kelsi has not only survived — she's thrived. In her post-accident life, Poe hopes to accomplish multiple goals: driving a car, living on her own and playing softball again.
Kelsi Poe's life changed on Sept. 4, 2010, after she fell from the stairs in Quinton's Bar and Deli. Family and friends visited her during her recovery in the hospital. Her family took it upon themselves to document Poe's progress after the accident.
Missourian sports reporters Vinnie Duber and Harry Plumer projected the matchups of all 35 bowl games before the official matchups are released Sunday.
After allegations of sexual misconduct hurt his campaign, Herman Cain suspended his bid for the Republican presidential nomination on Saturday.
Gov. Jay Nixon said toll roads are not part of his short-term plans.
Despite being sidelined with a season ending ACL injury, Missouri's Laurence Bowers stays motivated by remembering those who are close to him.
With solid free-throw shooting in the last three minutes of the game, Northwestern handed the Missouri women's basketball team its first loss of the season.
Runners participated in the Jingle Run/Arthritis Walk on Saturday where they ran or walked across downtown Columbia and MU. The event raised more than $14,000 for the Arthritis Foundation.
Columbia's first snowfall of the season should be light, according The National Weather Service.
Mike Cooper, owner of Cooper's Landing, has worked along the Missouri River for more than 30 years. He's looking to sell the property in the next few years so he can enjoy just living in the area.
Rock Bridge overwhelmed Nixa on Friday night, winning 77-69 at Columbia College. The Bruins maintained a frantic pace in all elements of the game.
Emily Miller scored 28 points for the Kewpies in a 57-56 overtime victory against Moberly on Saturday in the Norm Stewart Classic.
Money raised at the annual event will help send veterans to Washington, D.C.
Illinois city pushes against plan to merge Postal Service distribution center with Columbia facility
The U.S. Postal Sevice plans to consolidate the Quincy, Ill., distribution center with the one in Columbia. It is expected that only 17 employees will be moved to Columbia.
Columbia College won against Lindenwood University-Belleville 89-46 to rebound from a loss against No. 5 Martin Methodist on Friday.
Mason Murray made four 3-pointers during a 16-6 third quarter run by the Kewpies that led to a 62-39 win over Poplar Bluff.
Rock Bridge High School's senior class held its annual Breakfast with Santa on Saturday morning.
Santa-inspired suits, misfit toys and loud singing were featured at the annual SantaCon celebration on Saturday.