MU's NAACP unit honored more than 10 students Sunday at its annual Image Awards in Columbia.
Images of the Missouri men's basketball team and from Ron Paul's rally at MU were among last week's best photos by the Missourian staff.
John Hall frequently photographs his mid-Missouri surroundings, and he has been sharing his images with the Missourian for several years.
The most recent "Global Journalist" broadcast examines the growing conflict over Iran's nuclear program.
The Missouri baseball team snapped a 10-game winning streak Sunday afternoon after a 13-7 loss to High Point.
The Relief Society, an organization for women in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, just turned 170 years old. Local women in the church had their own celebration.
Among today's top stories: Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum battle for votes in Puerto Rico's Republican primary.
Freshman starter Brandon Platts recorded only four outs before being removed from the game, and High Point defeated the Tigers 13-7.
The graduation rate in 2009 was 75 percent, an increase of 3.5 percentage points since 2001. America's Promise Alliance would like to reach 90 percent by 2020.
The Missouri Tigers women's softball team swept the Kansas Jayhawks this weekend, beating them by a combined 24-0 score in three games at University Field.
Legislators are questioning Gov. Jay Nixon's constitutional authority to control the rate of budget expenditures as well and have eliminated the majority of overly flexible budget estimates.
Israel, which might have nuclear weapons of its own, has hinted at a military attack on Iran's nuclear installations because of the perceived danger of Iran being "on the cusp" of a bomb.
The temple focuses on bringing together the community by opening its doors to all sects of Hinduism.
The $75 million facility opened in 2004. It hosts Missouri men's and women's basketball games as well as concerts and other events. Capacity is 15,061.
In an 86-84 loss to Norfolk State, the Missouri men's basketball team became only the fifth No. 2 seed in NCAA Tournament history to lose to a No. 15 seed.
Stories about the leadup to the NCAA Tournament and the disappointing first-round finish for the Missouri men's basketball team were popular with readers last week.