Smithton Middle School students drew what they thought a certain place in the future would look like. It's Smithton's third straight year of participating in the Doodle 4 Google contest.
The Tigers became only the fifth two-seed to ever lose to a 15-seed in the NCAA Tournament, falling to Norfolk State 86-84. Michael Dixon scored 22 points in the season-ending loss.
The neutral site of Missouri's NCAA Tournament second-round game against Norfolk State became nearly a home-court advantage for the Spartans, and Missouri's frustration compounded its 86-84 loss to Norfolk State.
Norfolk State, a 15-seed, upset Missouri in one of the greatest upsets in the history of the NCAA Tournament.
The victim, whom Columbia police believe to have been involved in a late-night drug deal, has been arrested on charges of first-degree robbery and armed criminal action.
James Morris and Roger Farrens tackle all the garbage put out in Centralia, five days a week for roughly eight hours a day.
Here are some stories you might have missed this week but are worth reading as you wrap up the week.
The Missouri men's basketball team made a surprising early exit from the NCAA tournament Friday, losing to Norfolk State, 86-84. It was the first time a two-seed lost to a 15-seed since 2001.
Missouri and Norfolk State were tied at halftime, 38-38, in the round of 64 in the NCAA Tournament Friday in Omaha, Neb.
As long as it isn't a form letter, the Missourian intends to run all letters to the editor.
Did you know there are seven cities with shamrock in their name?
More than a thousand participants will help fight for a cure at this year's Relay for Life of Mizzou. The event, which runs from 6 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday will take place at the MU Student Recreation Complex.
An investigation found that an electrical problem in a junction box may have been the cause of the fire. No one was hurt in the incident.
A handgun was found in the victim's coat pocket, but officials do not know if it was the weapon that caused the injury.
Match Day is a nationwide event. More than 30,000 medical school graduates competed for approximately 24,000 residency positions this year.
The gender gap that exists in math and science is comparable to being an immigrant in America. People should take advantage of their differences as a means to push themselves further.
Dedication to Columbia's welfare, the ability to see the big picture and to understand complex issues makes Barbara Hoppe a strong candidate for City Council.
The Tigers came back to win against Arkansas, showing off a deep rotation and gaining confidence against an SEC opponent.
Catcher Ben Turner hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth as the Tigers defeated High Point 8-7.
Best-selling author and eating habits expert Brian Wansink spoke Friday night at Jesse Hall about ways to tailor your eating habits. Eating mindlessly, he said, often leads to overeating or eating unhealthy food.