Alabama's Nick Saban and Missouri's Gary Pinkel played college football together, winning a conference championship and uniting a community at Kent State. Now, 40 years later, their paths will cross once again Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
When teachers can't be in their classrooms and substitutes can't be found, other staff members at Columbia Public Schools fill the need. The district approved a 18-month contract, which will start in January 2013, to hire outside substitute teachers to fill this need.
Paul Wilson, an MU law graduate and a local Columbia attorney, has been announced as one of three finalists for a vacant seat on the state Supreme Court.
Alabama fans say love for the Crimson Tide is "ingrained at birth" and comment on how they have high expectations of their team every year.
The City Council will discuss about four ordinances related to the deal with American Eagle airlines that will add two new flights from Columbia Regional Airport to Chicago and Dallas.
Impressive fan turn-out and Forrest Gump are just two things that make the Crimson Tide interesting.
Missouri faces No. 1-ranked Alabama Saturday, leaving some wondering if Missouri could overtake the Crimson Tide despite the Tigers' tough inaugural SEC season.
The human voice and how to protect it was the focus of the event, which organizers hope to make an annual occurrence. Many attendees came away with useful techniques for vocal care.
The never-give-up St. Louis Cardinals erased the biggest deficit ever overcome in a winner-take-all postseason contest and beat the Washington Nationals 9-7 in Game 5 of the NL division series.
The Missouri women's basketball team played in front of the fans at Mizzou Arena for the first time this year on Friday night at the Mizzou Madness event. Although twelve of the thirteen players on the roster have played for Missouri for one year or less, coach Robin Pingeton is optimistic about the team's talent and depth.
After Paul Cushing's resignation from the Columbia Board of Education, eight applicants hope to fill the vacant position.
The Downtown Parking Task Force is proposing ideas to Columbia City Council to open up parking downtown.
A 34-year-old Jefferson City man was arrested in connection with an attempt to solicit a Boone County youth online.
Poverty is a large issue in the country, but it still lacks attention in politics.
MU will hold a ceremony on Monday evening to honor 10 individuals with the Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism.
Alabama's RV contingent, full of colorful stories and Crimson red gear, began arriving in earnest on Thursday at Columbia area campgrounds.
Missouri football players tweeted about their disappointing loss to Vanderbilt but also took the time to congratulate a teammate on his first touchdown, cheer on the St. Louis Cardinals and talk about their new favorite TV show.
After five seasons in the NFL and coaching stints in Italy and Omaha, Brock Olivo is back at the college level as an assistant coach for Coastal Carolina University. Eventually, he hopes to return to Memorial Stadium as a coach for the Tigers.
MU freshman Ryan Kohn created Gameday Claps, gloves designed for fans to cheer louder for their team.
Roderick Beasley got himself into trouble early in his career by goofing around and talking back to coaches. But the junior wide receiver has learned to balance the laughs with a newfound focus on the field.