Here are some archive stories about Dorial Green-Beckham that can be viewed if you have a membership to the Columbia Missourian.
Missouri football's team spokesman Chad Moller released a statement announcing that the players would be suspended for one game.
Missouri House and Senate candidates answered questions at the Columbia Public Library at a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters.
"Civic Virtue: Wearing Red, White and Blue" features 74 mannequins with outfits from different time periods, showing changing times through clothing. The theme of civic virtue was continued with a visit by Stephens alum Julie Reiser, who is president of Made In USA Certified, an organization that confirms products are American-made.
After news broke of Dorial Green-Beckham's arrest, people took to their social media profiles to give their say.
Sydney Washington's three-run sixth-inning home run gave Hickman a 4-3 district semifinal victory over Rock Bridge on Thursday, advancing the Kewpies to Friday's district championship against Jefferson City.
Mid-Mo Rugby, nicknamed the Black Sheep, plays its season finale Saturday in Columbia.
Tom Bass, an emancipated slave and world renowned horse trainer, was inducted into the Boone County Hall of Fame Thursday night, along with two others.
Eric Wise transferred from Edgewater High School in Orlando, Fla., to Hickman High School for family reasons and has made an instant impact on the Kewpies' defense.
Rock Bridge senior Shelby Wilson splits his time between varsity football, baseball and the amateur rodeo circuit.
The city's application for Bloomberg Philanthropies' Mayors Challenge, which carries a $5 million top prize, proposes the creation of a civic engagement lab.
At Tuesday evening's state Senate debate between Mary Still and Kurt Schaefer, Still attacked the incumbent over the stances of Republican legislators, many of which Schaefer doesn't support.
Residents and business owners voiced concern over and proposed possible solutions to the increasing traffic and parking problems.
Five knee surgeries in her gymnastics career forced Alex Skinner to make the switch from Missouri's gymnastics team to the diving team.
In high school, Missouri freshman middle hitter Lydia Ely found time away from her busy volleyball schedule to volunteer at Ranken Jordan, a pediatric specialty hospital in Maryland Heights.
Ameren Missouri, teamed with Westinghouse Corp., is still waiting to hear back from the U.S. Department of Energy on funding that would assist the company in manufacturing nuclear reactors.
A new statewide license for mapping software will bring geographic information systems to K-12 classrooms for free.
Record turnouts were seen in the half marathon and 10K races at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.
Join the MU Tiger Challenge game for the chance to win $100 to $1,000 this football season.
Overall drought conditions in the lower 48 states held steady over the seven-day period ending Tuesday, with about one-fifth of the total land area in extreme or exceptional drought, the two worst classifications.