The University of Missouri Health System announced Thursday the retirement of MU Health Care's CEO and the appointment of the MU School of Medicine's interim dean.
Mary Still, who is challenging Kurt Schaefer for his seat in the state Senate, contended that U.S. Rep. Todd Akin has offered "a window into the views" of some Missouri Republicans.
Confusion about the University of Missouri Press closure led to a postponement by the MU Faculty Council of a vote on a resolution opposing the action.
Rainfall may bring short-term relief, but experts doubt it will be effective.
The Stars have struggled in recent years, finishing 12-26 last season. This year, the players are confident that new coach Rose Obunaga can turn things around.
A limited number of general admission tickets for the Georgia game (Sept. 8) and the Alabama game (Oct. 13) will be available.
The U.S. 63-Route H interchange near Columbia Regional Airport will open in early November, an engineer with the Missouri Department of Transportation said.
Columbia Water and Light continues to look for a power line route that the public can get behind.
The 36th annual Cattlemen Days Rodeo will take place Friday and Saturday in Ashland. In addition to the rodeo, the weekend will feature children's events, live music and a parade.
With the MU soccer team off to a hot start, Coach Bryan Blitz urges his Tigers — who have been burned by high expectations the past two years — to "pump their brakes" before thinking too far ahead.
Missouri farmers are looking into alternative livestock feeds due to drought and hay shortages.
Kim English, the former Missouri basketball player who was drafted by the Detroit Pistons, donated sandwiches Thursday to students at Cedar Ridge Elementary School in Columbia.
In an effort to educate women on why they should vote in November's election, Planned Parenthood will stop in Columbia on its 11-state bus tour.
Tennessee wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers, who led the SEC in catches last season, has been suspended indefinitely and is not expected to return at all this season.
In light of Rep. Todd Akin's comments regarding "legitimate rape," here is a closer look at rape statistics and laws, both nationwide and in Missouri.
Here are links that address sexual assault and the science and beliefs behind pregnancy resulting from rape.
Business and industry naysayers claimed that clean water and air laws would kill jobs and business, but facts show these rules had just the opposite effect. Obeying these environmental laws proved to be a boon in both economics and public health.
Rep. Todd Akin now has to go forward without the firepower of well-funded political groups that had planned to pummel Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill with negative television ads.
Nearly all of Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Illinois are in extreme or exceptional drought, with Illinois showing the most-dramatic climb in those categories.
Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson will start for the Seahawks, and the Chiefs will use top wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, who waited until last week to sign his franchise tender and report to camp.