Arizona State uses air fresheners to create familiar environment

New Arizona State head coach Todd Graham leads his team onto the field in the Sun Devils' season-opener against Northern Arizona.

As Arizona State travels to Columbia to play Missouri this weekend, coach Todd Graham doesn't want to break his usual routine. If that means ensuring that the Missouri locker room smells like the one back in Tempe, then so be it.

Missouri House and Senate vote to override governor's veto on contraception health coverage

Gov. Nixon vetoed the legislation in July, saying he supports religious and ethical exemptions from contraception coverage that already exist in Missouri law.

MU education syllabuses requests spark discussion on intellectual property

The National Council on Teacher Quality is aggressively pursuing the syllabuses from the education programs at the four campuses in the University of Missouri System.

Missouri legislature overrides birth control bill veto, enacts religious exemptions

Members of the House and Senate voted to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of a birth control bill that required insurers to provide contraception coverage.


Franklin accepts heat for missteps in Missouri football team's loss against Georgia

Despite a rotating offensive line and an oft-disappearing helmet, the Missouri quarterback made no excuses for mistakes made during Saturday's SEC opener.

'Catch Me If You Can' conman Frank Abagnale gives lecture at MU

At the MU Bookstore, Abagnale signed copies of two books he penned on his life and fraud prevention before he gave a speech Wednesday night in Jesse Auditorium as part of the Delta Gamma Foundation's Lectureship in Values and Ethics.

The Tiger Hotel reimburses overcharged guests

Daniel Mack and Tina Brown are among the "less than five" guests that will be reimbursed after the attorney general's office contacted The Tiger Hotel on Wednesday.

Missouri volleyball team wins SEC opener

After trailing two sets to none early in the match, the Missouri volleyball team came back against Tennessee to force a fifth and deciding set, which the Tigers won 15-9 to claim a 3-2 victory in their SEC opener Wednesday at Hearnes Center.

Columbia recognized for commitment to youth education, well-being

Columbia has been named one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People for the third year in a row because of low high school dropout rates and community programs and services.

Coal Free Mizzou to present at Board of Curators meeting

Coal Free Mizzou, a student organization that advocates to eliminate coal-powered energy, plans to attend the meetings to present information to the curators on the economic and health risks of using coal.

Some MU work-study students lose, receive less financial aid

Changes in eligibility requirements leave some work-study students with less or no financial aid this year.

Missouri House Republicans skip vote to override veto on vehicle sales tax bill

House GOP leader Tim Jones said Wednesday that members of his party had several concerns about about the vehicle sales tax bill. Missouri House members chose Jones of St. Louis County as their speaker for the next few months.

FROM READERS: Mid-Missouri has unusual access to 19th century Civil War painter

George Caleb Bingham, a 19th century painter who lived right here in Missouri, was opposed to slavery and used his paintings to express how he saw the world around him. 

How to cut down on social media clutter with Facebook and Twitter lists

There are so many conversations going on within social networks that sometimes it can be difficult to wade through the noise and find a stream that you are truly interested in. Facebook and Twitter have features that can help you sift through the clutter.


J. KARL MILLER: Democrats bring great speakers to convention but not new ideas

Former President Bill Clinton and First Lady Michelle Obama were the highlights of the convention.

DAVID ROSMAN: Democratic Convention tactics mirror those of GOP

The Democratic National Convention alienated some voters and ignored the two-thirds vote necessary to change the platform.

PHOTO GALLERY: Clubs perform at MU's Fall Fest

 Kappa Alpha Psi, Sigma Gamma Rho and Delta Sigma Theta were among the fraternities that participated in the National Pan-Hellenic Council step show.

Taller, skinnier iPhone in U.S. stores Sept. 21

Even though it's taller than the iPhone 4S, it's lighter, thanks to a new screen technology that makes the whole phone thinner.

Boone County Courthouse Plaza facelift will offer new outdoor activities

Renovations,which include historic-style brick surfaces, a cafe patio, a rose garden, a butterfly garden and a new stage, are scheduled to be complete by Veterans Day.


Tennessee professor to speak on SEC history at Missouri Theater

University of Tennessee Professor Mark Windham, an expert on the history of the SEC, will present the conference's story, from its genesis to its current form, Thursday night at the Missouri Theatre.