Michael Dixon scored 21 points, including the winning layup in the No. 4 Tigers' 67-66 victory Monday night at Texas.
No. 4 Missouri hung on for a road win over Texas on Monday, 67-66. Michael Dixon led the Tigers with 21 points, including the game-winning layup with 31 seconds remaining.
The budget for the Percent for Art program is still up in the air because the price of the Short Street garage keeps increasing.
With three teams ranked in the national top 10, the race for the Big 12 championship is heating up midway through the new 18-game conference schedule.
Columbia residents experienced near-record highs Monday.
The Missouri men's basketball team fell to No. 4 in this week's Associated Press Top 25 and ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll.
MU Libraries is asking the Missouri Student Association to consider a proposal for a student fee to improve library services, including keeping part of Ellis Library open all night.
Cass County Prosecuting Attorney Teresa Hensley plans to seek the Democratic nomination to run in Missouri's 4th Congressional District.
A man in his 20s was shot in the thigh during a fight at the intersection of Lincoln Drive and McBaine Avenue, police said. No one else was injured.
The proposed toll would be about 10 to 15 cents per mile for cars and twice that for trucks. The panel will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the Activities and Recreation Center.
With Monday's forecast high of 67 degrees, the temperature could come close to the 1890 record of 68 degrees.
The theme for the event, scheduled for April 14, is "Collaboration for Innovation."
MU's Troubling Violence Performance Project is a troupe of actors who share personal stories about domestic and sexual violence with Columbia. By bringing up these sometimes taboo issues, they encourage conversation with the community.
For too long, wage earners have been subjected to unfair, regressive taxes on their wages while some millionaires and billionaires have been favored with much lower tax rates than their wage-earning counterparts.
The second annual Great Central U.S. ShakeOut will occur Feb. 7, which is the 200th anniversary of the 1812 New Madrid Earthquake.
NCAA President Mark Emmert voiced strong support for a prospective four-team BCS playoff on Monday. He also expressed concern about the strain conference expansion and realignment can put on schools and conferences.
If Columbia attorney Craig Van Matre is not confirmed this week as a University of Missouri System curator, he will not be able to vote when the Board of Curators votes on tuition increases Friday.
Tony Lewis is the last of eight defendants to be prosecuted for the shooting of Aaron Hobson. Jurors from Platte County were selected for his trial.
The MU School of Medicine has formed a national partnership with the Cristo Rey Networkin order to promote diversity and encourage students across the nation to consider college.
A measure pending in the Senate would require workers who bring wrongful termination lawsuits to prove discrimination was a "motivating factor" — not simply a contributing factor — in the employer's action. Democratic lawmakers vow to oppose changes to the laws.