PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri wrestling wins first Big 12 Conference championship

The Tigers' wrestling team won its first ever Big 12 Conference championship at Hearnes Center on Saturday. Four Missouri wrestlers won individual titles: Alan Waters (125 pounds), Drake Houdashelt (157), Zach Toal (165) and Mike Larson (184).

Missouri men's basketball ends regular season with win at Texas Tech

Missouri's 81-59 victory at Texas Tech gives this season's Tigers a 27-4 record, the most regular-season wins for a Missouri men's basketball team.

Family, friends gather to celebrate Priscilla Guzman's life

A group was gathered Friday night to remember the life of 18-year-old Priscilla Guzman. More than 50 people, including Guzman's family, attended a candlelight vigil at Capen Park.

Missouri wrestlers win first Big 12 Championship

As well as winning the team championship, the Tigers had four individual champions. Alan Waters (125 pounds), Drake Houdashelt (157), Zach Toal (165) and Mike Larson (184) each won their first individual conference titles.

Sophomore's start highlights Missouri baseball victory over Ball State

Sophomore pitcher Rob Zastryzny gave up three hits and three earned runs over six innings to lead the Tigers to a 15-5 blowout of Ball State. 

Rock Bridge boys basketball could not contain Nixa in overtime loss

Nixa's Jalen Norman scored 31 points for the Eagles in their 61-57 overtime victory over Rock Bridge on Saturday in the Class 5 state quarterfinals.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri men's basketball finishes regular season with win over Texas Tech

The Missouri men's basketball team beat Texas Tech on Saturday, 81-59. The Tigers end their season at 27-4 overall and 14-4 in the Big 12. The Tigers begin tournament play as the No. 2 seed at 6 p.m. Thursday.

MU alumnus brings Oscar-winning documentary to True/False

Dan Lindsay, one of the directors of "Undefeated," returns to his alma mater with an Academy Award and an education in filmmaking.

Hunters gather at the Boone County Fairgrounds for the Missouri Deer Classic

The annual Missouri Deer Classic began Saturday at the Boone County Fairgrounds with a variety of vendors, seminars and a bear that was back by popular demand.

Debate about Missouri River spending roils farmers, environmentalists

Last month, President Barack Obama released a proposed budget for environmental projects along the Missouri River. Angry Missouri farmers argue the spending focus needs to shift to flood protection.

Momentum pushes Rock Bridge girls basketball to state quarterfinal victory

The Bruins defeated Ozark 57-31 to advance to Thursday's state semifinals at Mizzou Arena.

PHOTO GALLERY: True Life Run took place Saturday morning

The True Life Run, which was added as a new tradition at last year's True/False Film Fest, started this morning from Flat Branch Park. The 5K run involved different challenges if desired by the participants. 

PHOTO GALLERY: True/False attendees enjoy action party at Tonic

The True/False Film Fest action party was held Friday night at Tonic.

PHOTO GALLERY: Attendees enjoy 2012 Missouri Deer Classic on Saturday

The 2012 Missouri Deer Classic started Saturday at Boone County Fairgrounds. Attendees participated in rack scoring, an archery tournament and a big buck contest. A popular Kodiak bear, Brody, from the last year's show also came back this year. The show will continue Sunday.

Missouri gymnastics places third at Winter Invitational

Senior Mary Burke won her fifth all-around title of the season on Saturday.

Storms demolish small towns in Indiana, Kentucky

At least 38 people were killed in five states in the second spate of storms in little more than 48 hours. They scarred the landscape over hundreds of miles, leaving behind a trail of shredded sheet metal, insulation, gutted churches and crunched-up cars.

Chelsea Thomas perfect again for Missouri softball team

Redshirt junior Chelsea Thomas threw a perfect game in the opener, and the Missouri softball team earned two run-rule victories Saturday at the Missouri Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament in Kansas City.

Helen Morgan Johnson, Nov. 30, 1932 — March 2, 2012, of Columbia

Helen Johnson remembered as respected nurse, loved mother and caring friend

Priscilla Ann Guzman