Alex Oriakhi, a 6-9 senior from Connecticut, will transfer to Missouri. He averaged 6.8 points and 4.8 rebounds for the Huskies last year.
CareerCast.com listed reporting as the fifth worst job, but Missourian Executive Editor Tom Warhover says the rewards outweigh the stresses of working in journalism.
The St. Louis lawyer, Edward Griesedieck III pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to misusing money from an insurance company to funnel contributions to the Missouri Democratic Party.
Missouri School of Journalism professor Sandy Davidson says the Office of Student Conduct would have had no right to punish editors of The Maneater's April Fools' edition. A former Supreme Court case against the university set the precedence that the state cannot interfere in this kind of First Amendment dispute.
Here are some stories you might have missed but are worth reading as you wrap up the week.
Lawyer Edward Griesedieck III pleaded guilty to misusing funds from Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Co. in federal court on Friday.
Columbia Parks and Recreation invites parents and their children to fly kites at the Douglass Park ball field.
Friday's defeat marked the first game beyond the halfway point in the Tiger's 24-game conference schedule. The loss drops them from No. 2 to No. 3 in the Big 12.
Despite the rain, the St. Louis Cardinals played their season opener against the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs upset the Cards, winning 9-5.
Pitcher Luke Hochevar was slammed for seven runs in the first inning Friday, then knocked right out of the game when Carlos Santana lined a pitch off his lower leg in the fourth.
The Kewpies' No. 1 singles player, freshman Junyi Wu, advanced until there were only eight players left in a tournament that began with 52 players, but lost in the semifinals.
Phase one, a $25 million construction project, was recently completed. The entire project is expected to be completed by October 2013.
No definitive answer has been reported so far regarding the root cause of the virus in Missouri, but the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services think consumption of raw milk might be a cause.
The National Weather Service made an unusual move by issuing a warning for potentially dangerous weather more than 24 hours in advance. They called the storms a "high-end, life threatening event" as part of the new strongly worded weather warnings.
This weekend is packed with events such as TedxMU and the Missouri Black and Gold spring football game
A Hartsburg woman won $100,000 from a $1 million payout scratcher lottery ticket.
The 14 students were honored Friday at the MU Remembers ceremony in Memorial Union.
The Bruins extended their home win streak to 69 by winning matches against Cape Central High School 9-0, and Joplin 8-1.