The Missouri volleyball team won its second Southeastern Conference game against Ole Miss on Sunday at Hearnes Center. But a few of the Tigers have injuries due to their intense games and practices this season.
Missouri holds on to beat ASU; Hickman moves to 4-0 while Rock Bridge suffers first loss as they each prepare for Providence Bowl; and other news from Missouri sports this week.
Sexual politics have become an especially contentious issue in Missouri, where birth control, Rush Limbaugh and Todd Akin's "legitimate rape" comments have fueled political debate.
Public Works Department staff expect that with the roll-cart system, worker injury would decline and compensation claims would be cut by 75 percent, or nearly $100,000 per year.
The Columbia City Council will vote Monday on a proposal to use a roll-cart trash collection system in Columbia. The system would cost the city an estimated $5 million.
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Survivors and supporters gathered on Sunday in Columbia to celebrate survivors of breast cancer and raise money for research.
Last week's photographs by Missourian journalists captured a remembrance of 9/11 by Columbia Independent School students, a step show and pole dancing techniques.
Charlie Bell Sr.'s 34-year-old son disappeared in September 2011. The Boone County Sheriff's Department conducted an air search, but wasn't able to find the man or his red Ducati motorcycle.
Check out more photos of Columbia's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on the Missourian's Facebook page.
This new policy is likely a response to the decision made by the Boone County public defender's office to put a cap on the number of cases it takes.
A new virus, named the Heartland Virus, was first discovered after two men in northwestern Missouri contracted the virus in 2009.
The 7th annual EcoArtsFest was held this weekend at Cooper's Landing. Festival-goers could enjoy arts and crafts such as tie-dye, listen to live music and dance.
The Missouri women’s soccer team beat South Carolina 1-0, on Sunday afternoon in Columbia, S.C.
Lambda Theta Phi, a prospective MU fraternity chapter, hosted the first MU salute show and hopes to bring unity, leadership and culture to campus.
Ladies Empowering and Advocating Diversity organized the celebration and collected money and party supplies in order to throw these women the party.
Clemons' case has drawn international attention. Laura Moye, director of Amnesty International USA's Death Penalty Abolition Campaign, is expected to attend the hearing.
The city can only raise the tax with state permission, the Missouri Hotel and Lodging Association said.
The Cardinals beat the Dodgers 5-2 on Sunday, which split a four-game series. The win helped the Cardinals regain possession of the second National League wild card spot.
The Rams made their comeback after coach Jeff Fisher benched running back Steven Jackson for drawing an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the second quarter.