The Tigers are still preparing for their first home game on Saturday against Southeastern Louisiana, while Missouri soccer has found early success.
Last week's most-read stories included an MU student's death in a car crash, continued controversy about Todd Akin's rape statement gaffe and a look into how Missouri's cattle farmers are responding to drought.
Neil C. Aslin was a leading educator in Columbia during his time as a Columbia Public Schools superintendent and MU professor until his death in 1976. The district decided to memorialize the man by naming the expanded administrative building after him.
This week's images come from the rodeo, football practice, Mizzou H2O and a celebration for returning troops at Columbia College.
The Columbia Missourian has created applications that will give readers new ways to access content on smart phones and tablets. The apps are accompanying a change to an experimental pay model.
The Tigers came back from a first-half deficit with goals from Taiwo Adeshigbin, Haley Krentz and Abi Raymer.
A new AP poll found most Americans are in favor of raising taxes and the retirement age if it would preserve Social Security for future generations.
National Hurricane Center Director Rick Knabb reported that forecasters expect Isaac to strengthen into a hurricane and drive a storm tide of 6 to 12 feet into coastal estuaries. Isaac was expected to cross the Keys by late Sunday, then turn northwest and strike as a Category 2 hurricane somewhere between New Orleans and the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday, the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Missouri's severe drought puts stress on one of Boone County's most iconic symbols.
Springfield provides a case study for an issue local governments across the heartland are now addressing: whether or not to expand local nondiscrimination laws to include sexual orientation and gender identification.
Many American children are being forced to live with unfit relatives and foster parents while their parents are being deported to other countries.
The Millers were married Aug. 18, 1962, at St. Clement Catholic Church in Bowling Green.
More than 50 participants ran and walked in the Sean and Jeremy Memorial 5K on Sunday morning in memory of former Marching Mizzou members Sean Radcliff and Jeremy Porter, who died in a car accident in Oklahoma last year.
Republicans and Democrats alike hope to recruit more college students and urge more voters to participate.
Senate candidate Todd Akin will return to Missouri for the first time since his "legitimate rape" gaffe.
Jessica Kohler, who works from home, writes of her time spent away at a work retreat, which helped her find her place on her team of co-workers.
The 36th annual Cattlemen Days Rodeo concluded Saturday.
Shirtless members of the community gathered Sunday at Peace Park to join the GoTopless rally and celebrate Women's Equality Day.
Two weeks ago, the Tesla Science Center was struggling to find funding to restore a lab that once belonged to the inventor Nikola Telsa. But after the author of a popular Web comic put out a call for donations, money came flooding in from around the world.
James Loney hit 1 for 5 in his first professional game appearance. He hit a single to center as the Boston Red Sox beat the Kansas City Royals 8-6 on Sunday.