Missouri coach Tim Jamieson had been this close before — painfully close — and the title slipped away both times. And this was his last chance, with the Tigers getting ready to start chasing Southeastern Conference crowns next season.
After the fire at the new Brookside apartment complex, many already-signed tenants face decisions regarding future housing plans.
Missouri softball players tearfully left University Field as members of the 2012 team for the last time Sunday night after losing the third game of the Columbia super regional 3-1 to LSU.
The Missouri softball team lost 3-1 to LSU in the third game of the Columbia super regional Sunday at University Field. The team had been trying to reach its fourth consecutive Women's College World Series.
Two city councilmen and the executive director of the PedNet Coalition are in favor of Mayor Bob McDavid's FastCAT proposal, which aims to create a campus and downtown bus route targeted at students.
Pilots of all ages made the trip to the Columbia Regional Airport for the Salute to Veterans air show Sunday, the second day of the Memorial Day weekend celebration.
I was at the foot of the mule trail the night they brought Capt. Waskow’s body down.
Kasey Kahne won Sunday's Sprint Cup race Sunday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, claiming NASCAR's longest race for the third time.
Jeff Francoeur had two hits Sunday, including a go-ahead home run, and Kansas City beat the host Baltimore Orioles 4-2.
The St. Louis Cardinals avoided a four-game sweep with an 8-3 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday in St. Louis.
This year's batch of graduates will be facing an uncertain job outlook, and they are tackling it in different ways.
Columbia blogger Zac Early interviews Ben Chlapek, local musician and creator of Never Sleeping Design.
The Missouri softball team scored four runs in the top of the 12th inning to beat LSU 5-1 in the second game of the Columbia super regional Sunday, forcing a deciding third game in the contest to advance to the Women's College World Series.
The Missouri baseball team beat Oklahoma 8-7 on Sunday in the Big 12 tournament championship game to give the Tigers their first conference crown since 1980.
A preliminary damage estimate has been set at $7 million, according to the Columbia Fire Department. The 145,000-square-foot development is owned by Jon and Nathan Odle, who also own Brookside Downtown.