Freshman pitcher Brett Graves held the Wildcats scoreless over more than six innings, and Missouri won its third straight game, 7-0.
Last week's most-read stories mostly revolved around Ryan Ferguson's evidentiary hearing, which included recanted testimony from two witnesses, Columbia Tribune janitor Jerry Trump and Charles "Chuck" Erickson.
Missouri pitcher Chelsea Thomas fell to 18-7 and the Tigers slipped to 11-7 in Big 12 Conference play with a 2-1 loss to the Sooners on Sunday in Norman, Okla.
Images of the Missouri FFA convention, the Wacky Races at Hickman High School and the Evolve fashion show at Stephens College were among the best Missourian staff photos last week.
About 30 people attended Love Fest-Soul Day, which was held in Douglass Park and included a gardening center, barbecue and live blues music. The event centered both around building community and celebrating Earth Day.
Columbia residents came to Peace Park for the Earth Day festival Sunday. Here's what some of them had to say about their efforts to be more energy-efficient.
Instead of an atmosphere of protest reminiscent of the 1970 Earth Day, Columbia's annual festival focused on getting people to love the world enough to save it.
Two people robbed Mari's Convenience Store on Saturday evening, stealing an unknown amount of cash. As of Saturday evening, police were still investigating the incident.
Students from an MU journalism class wrote stories, took photos and produced videos of different aspects of Earth Day using only their iPhones.
Missouri freshman Rachel Updike tallied a combined score of 8.4375 on her floor routine after working through a few uncharacteristic falls.
The Cardinals extended their strong start behind another superb outing from Kyle Lohse (3-0), who struck out five without issuing a walk while pitching into the eighth inning Sunday.
The NAACP may file a lawsuit to allow more than 3,500 students attending a network of soon-to-close St. Louis charter schools to transfer to accredited school districts.
The Royals franchise has only six skids longer than 10. It is Kansas City's longest losing streak since dropping 12 consecutive games from May 19 to May 30 of 2008.
Despite the recent positive news about the economy, the news is not so good for college graduates. Half of them are either jobless or underemployed.
The economies in 14 swing states, such as Ohio, Michigan and Florida, all continue to improve. President Obama is looking to capitalize on these improvements for the upcoming presidential election.
The Missouri House approved a bill last week that will exempt animal shelters from licensing fees and reduce maximum charges for commercial breeders, effective in 2014.
Danny Hamlin won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at the Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kan. on Sunday.