Before the 2012 season, Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said the only way Missouri would gain respect in a new conference was to win games. After a 5-7 season, his team is still searching for that respect.
Cyber Monday, the day for online shopping after Thanksgiving, is expected to give online businesses a bump in sales. However, the day might hurt local tax revenue.
The Voluntary Action Center needs 22 more sponsors before its Tuesday deadline for the Christmas program. The program provides gifts and food to low-income families in Columbia.
The executive director of PedNet said he sees transportation as the issue he's most knowledgeable about, but his platform is still growing to address other issues affecting Columbia residents.
TAG Events says things are improving but more big events are necessary.
The John William Boone Heritage Foundation donated $16,500 to the city to add landscaping behind the home.
The Missouri men's basketball team dropped in the Associated Press basketball poll this week, falling three spots to number No. 16.
Caleb McMurry, a graduate from Webster University, hopes to think, reflect and emerge in nature as he spends five months to conquer the Appalachian Trail with a friend.
The Cougars are 37-1 and ranked No. 3 in the nation in the NAIA as the team enters the first round of the NAIA national tournament this week in Sioux City, Iowa.
A mentally disabled woman testified against the woman who pleaded guilty to financially exploiting her.
This year, the Kewpies will feature seniors Jade Holly and Cherish Walton. They look to be the team’s top scoring threats as well as the leaders of a young but experienced Hickman team.
A "Free Ryan Ferguson" billboard stands to the north of Interstate 70 in Columbia between Stadium Boulevard and West Boulevard exits Monday morning. It is one of three rotating locations for the sign.
Willow Hoxie is a member of the on-campus group Four Directions: Indigenous Peoples and Allies. She is passionate about celebrating her Native American heritage and educating others about native traditions.
According to a news release, Columbia Public Works stepped onto the social media platform to improve communications with customers.
The University of Missouri Press Advisory Committee reviewed UM Press history and inner workings and discussed a possible series on scholarly communication.
Gloria Seabaugh, 73, former director of human resources for the city of Columbia, died Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012, in Blue Springs.
Columbia has had the warmest year on record as of Nov. 24, with an average temperature of 61.7 degrees. The previous warmest year was in 1938, when the average was 61 degrees.
The team played in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament, and many players posted about the trip on Twitter and Instagram.
Gloria Ann Seabaugh, 73, of Blue Springs, formerly of Columbia, died Saturday.
Even though I was tired, sick of dealing with coupon and sale-crazed customers, and hungry — I survived working Black Friday.