Dr. Gordon Lamb, who served as interim president of the University of Missouri System from 2007 to 2008, died Monday.
After a tumultuous offseason, the No. 4 Tigers have surpassed all expectations this year because of strong team chemistry.
For the past two weeks, the Missouri men's basketball team has played quick Saturday-Monday turnarounds followed by week-long gaps, but each situation provides the Tigers a different way to prepare.
Missouri group Let Voters Decide is campaigning for an initiative that would eliminate the state income tax in favor of a higher sales tax. Opponents of the plan, including the group Missourians for Fair Taxation, say that the increased sales tax will be detrimental to business and encourage tax evasion.
Rep. Mary Still fights Republicans as she works to increase the state cigarette tax in an effort to compensate for education cuts, initiating Internet sales tax and limiting interest rates on paydayloans.
At his lecture, John Palfrey said concerns about the safety of children tend to drown out positive aspects of use of the Internet by youth.
Borrowers whose homes were foreclosed on from 2008 to 2011 will get a roughly $2,000 cash payment.
It's the biggest settlement involving a single industry since the $206 billion multistate tobacco deal in 1998.
This week, the stories, recipes and photos that used to appear on MyMissourian will now appear with the rest of the news in the Columbia Missourian under the heading "From Readers."
Winter bird-watching with a camera
Councilman Daryl Dudley side-stepped a public road closure hearing even though the issues and many of the neighbors' feelings are well-documented.
Farmers in Missouri are preparing to enter the truffle industry by preparing Burgundy truffle orchards in the Ozarks with the help of a MU researcher.
Despite Missouri's 0-11 conference record, fellow Big 12 coaches are noticing Robin Pingeton's dedication to her team.
Arkansas, Kentucky and Texas A&M are the programs that seem to have the most potential as strong rivals of the Tigers.
Gov. Jay Nixon said he would use $40 million from a settlement with mortgage lenders to lower funding cuts he had previously proposed for higher education.
The Missouri House approved a bill that would modify current workplace discrimination suits and penalty ceilings.
A request for rezoning was approved with specifications from city staff, including room for a 10-foot sidewalk and a maximum of 150 units in an apartment.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team defeated Jefferson City High School 72-51 in Jefferson City on Thursday night.
Graduate student Nina Pantic didn't have much time to get comfortable on the Missouri tennis team after transferring from UCLA. But as the No. 1 player in her first match, she didn't need it.