A food drive for Gentry Middle School collected more than 2,100 jars of peanut butter. The jars will be donated for use in the Buddy Pack program at the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.
The Bruins beat the visiting Warriors 2-0 Wednesday night in their final game before district competition.
Missouri's Bryan Blitz and Texas A&M's G Guerrieri have met on the field plenty of times as coaches, but their relationship goes back further than that.
The proposal before the MU Faculty Council would allow non-tenure-track faculty, who make up more than one-third of faculty, to vote in decisions affecting university policies.
The owner of the downtown landmark showed its rooms to local media Wednesday.
Missouri's Homecoming opponent, Kentucky, is playing without its starting quarterback and running back and has struggled on the road this season.
Pure Barre — the name of the studio and trend in exercise — is the first to open in Columbia and Missouri.
Boone County Clerk records show former owners Robert and Deborah Tucker bought the house in 1999, investing more than $1 million to return it to its original 1909 floor plan.
Once hotly contested, the Show-Me State is now widely considered reliably conservative in the lead-up to the Nov. 6 presidential election.
The Stephens College soccer team wore purple during their game on Wednesday in support of a member of the Stephens family affected by Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
Innosight, an innovation consulting firm from Boston, will hold workshops in St. Louis to facilitate this first step on the way to a new UM System strategy statement.
A gas main on North Main Street in Ashland leaked at approximately 9:30 a.m. The unmarked, abandoned gas main was hit by city workers laying stormwater pipes, according to a city of Ashland news release.
Billie Stock, a 20-year-old photographer, recently started a studio that specializes in capturing the "flush of infancy."
First Presbyterian Church will hold its first Kirkin' o' the Tartan on Sunday. The traditional event celebrates the Scottish influence on the church.
With temperatures reaching the 80s, the weather in Columbia felt more like summer than autumn this week. Missourian reader John Hall shares these photos he took in the respite from the cold.
Jefferson Junior High School was placed on lockdown Tuesday afternoon according to a Columbia Public Schools text.
Both President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney have traded charges that the other has not provided a plan for the future. However, the president's four-year, less-than-successful record augurs little optimism for the future.
Many of Missouri's talented receivers have shown a flash of explosiveness in breaking open a big play. Unfortunately, they haven't been able to replicate that success.
There was no deviating from the course thanks to Bob Schieffer’s unwillingness to take any grief from Mr. Romney who strove to get in the last word.
Eighteen candidates for a variety of elected positions attended the forum, which was hosted by the NAACP at Second Baptist Church in Columbia.