PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri improves winning streak to 10 in second win over High Point

Missouri now has a double digit winning streak with one game left to play against High Point.

Contention, confusion common at Missouri Republican caucuses

Questions over caucus processes and heated exchanges between different candidate supporters overshadowed an important day in the Republican primary race.

Kroese's second half leads Harrisburg to 2A state title

Harrisburg Bulldog senior Chelsey Kroese scored 25 points and led her team to a 43-32 win over New Haven in Class 2 championship on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.

PHOTO GALLERY: Farmers sell fresh products at Columbia Farmers' Market

The Columbia Farmers' Market was held Saturday in the Parkade Center. Farmers sold fresh products such as radishes and eggs.

Missouri women's swimming and diving places 15 at national championships

Missouri women's swimming and diving finished 15th in the NCAA national championship meet in Auburn, Ala., on Saturday.

Missouri football holds first spring scrimmage

Redshirt freshmen and upperclass veterans took to the field Saturday to train for the 2012 season.

Missouri wrestling ends season in disappointment, confusion

After their first Big 12 championship and with more wrestlers in the national tournament than any other team, the Tigers' early exit is tough for coach Brian Smith to swallow.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri football scrimmages in the offseason

Missouri football warmed up in the offseason during the first spring scrimmage on Faurot Field on Saturday.

Missouri softball postponed because of weather, set for doublheader Sunday

Matthew Ross shared close bond with co-workers

One dead, one injured in car accident

A Harrisburg woman died in a car crash Friday night near Rocheport.

Matthew Charles Ross, May 31, 1965 — March 16, 2012, of Columbia

Halak, Schwartz help St. Louis Blues beat Tampa Bay

Jadan Schwartz scored his first NHL goal, and goalie Jaroslav Halak made 22 saves in the Blues' 3-1 win over the Lightning.

Annual St. Patrick's Day 5K runners fill downtown with green

More than 600 runners of all ages, decked out in green, participated in the Columbia Track Club's annual St. Patrick's Day 5K. 

National Guard sergeant tied to Nazism is fired

Nathan Wooten is not accused of having broken any laws, but the U.S. military bans participation in extremist groups and groups that "actively advocate supremacist doctrine, ideology or causes."

Chiefs sign free agent lineman Eric Winston

The offensive tackle was released by the Houston Texans on Monday.

Kitchen fire causes $50,000 in damage in north-central Columbia

A home in north-central Columbia sustained $50,000 of damage because of a fire Saturday afternoon. No one was injured. 

Panelists debate morality of agricultural practices

Four panelists, one an animal rights activist and another a family farmer, debated the controversy surrounding the public's opinion of agricultural transparency.

Ian Thorpe fails to qualify for London 2012 swim team

The five-time Olympic champion didn't make it through the semifinal heats in the 100-meter freestyle Sunday morning at the Australian selection trials. He was attempting to make a comeback from retirement. 

Basketball fans have mixed reactions to Missouri's NCAA Tournament loss

Missouri lost to Norfolk State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday, 86-84. It was the first time a 15-seed had defeated a No. 2 seed since 2001. After the game, blogs, videos, Facebook and Twitter erupted with both positive and negative reactions.