New Missouri football uniforms part of greater brand development

Missouri football uniforms have changed throughout the team's history. New uniforms for all of Missouri's sports will be unveiled Saturday.

The MU athletics department has spent 18 months collaborating with Nike and four years studying the Missouri brand to develop the new uniforms. The uniforms will be unveiled Saturday at the Black and Gold spring football game half.

UPDATE: Former Gov. Roger Wilson pleads guilty in donation case

Roger Wilson pleaded guilty for misusing funds connected to an illegal political donation Thursday after federal prosecutors announced an indictment against him. The former Missouri governor called his action a "mistake."

Former Gov. Roger Wilson pleads guilty in donation case

Former Missouri Gov. Roger Wilson has pleaded guilty to a federal charge related to an illegal political donation made after he left office.

MU will remember 14 students who died in the last 12 months

The 14 students include 11 men and three women. One was a Missouri swimmer, and two were members of Marching Mizzou.

GRAPHIC: Social indicators in America

Race, education, health insurance coverage and poverty can all play a part in determining a person's quality of life and ability to achieve the American Dream.

Major education funding issues have not been resolved in Missouri's session

The Missouri General Assembly is still dragging on the biggest education issue in the current session — adjusting the formula for public school funding.

Test your knowledge of Missouri football uniforms with this interactive quiz

New uniforms for the Missouri football team will be unveiled at the Black and Gold spring game Saturday.

Rock Bridge freshman pushes Bruins past Hickman in extra innings

Rock Bridge freshman Connor Brumfield had a walk-off single in the bottom of the eight to give the Bruins a 1-0 win over the Hickman Kewpies.

Freshman pitcher watches and waits before stepping up for Missouri softball

Bailey Erwin is third on the the Tigers' depth chart, falling in line behind veterans Chelsea Thomas and Kristin Nottelmann. For someone with her unrefined physical tools, it is an excellent situation. It allows her some needed time to grow.

GEORGE KENNEDY: High turnout at Coulter event leaves worrisome implications

Ten times as many people attended Ann Coulter's talk as those who attended a local event to meet candidates for governor.

Missouri looks to 'jump on' Oklahoma in weekend road trip

The Missouri baseball team's practice of dancing to "Jump On It" at the start of every home game will return to Taylor Stadium if the Tigers are successful during their 3-game series at Oklahoma. 

UPDATE: Former governor Wilson faces federal charges for illegal donation

Wilson has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly helping make an illegal political donation during his time as head of Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Co.

One Read panel narrows book suggestions to two finalists

The One Read committee has narrowed down more than 100 book suggestions to two finalists: "Turn of Mind" by Alice LaPlante and "The Tiger's Wife" by Téa Obreht.

Shots fired near Sanford and Worley

No injuries have been reported. Police do not know the nature of the shooting or the motivations behind it.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Easy access to guns should be concern for Columbia

A key issue surrounding the violence in Columbia is the fact that young people have access to guns.

MU drops all charges against former Maneater editors

Two former editors of the Maneater said MU will not seek disciplinary action against them for the publication of the student newspaper's problematic April Fools' edition.

Superintendent Chris Belcher addresses how poverty impacts education

Belcher spoke Thursday afternoon about how diversity and issues such as poverty need to be addressed to improve education within Columbia Public Schools.

Columbia College softball splits doubleheader against Park University

The Cougars won the first game 6-0 and lost the second 1-0 and are now 7-5 against American Midwest Conference teams. 

Columbia launches Google applications for city employee communication

Columbia's city employees went "live" with Google cloud technology on Tuesday. Feedback thus far has been positive. 

FROM READERS: West Boulevard Elementary School Girl Scout activities

A Columbia Girl Scout troop has been doing activities around trash and recycling.