Stan Musial was so revered in St. Louis, two statues of him stand outside Busch Stadium. He spent his entire 22-year career with the Cardinals and made the All-Star team 24 times.
Missouri lost its second Southeastern Conference game, getting blown out 83-52 Saturday afternoon by No. 10 Florida at the Stephen C. O' Connell Center in Gainesville, Fla.
About 70 people — including veterans, their family and friends, and Columbia residents — gathered this weekend for a Qigong workshop at the Truman Veterans Hospital.
Since beginning its journey as a mobile food truck in December, the company has served its signature waffles in various locations all over town.
The high temperature reached 59 degrees Saturday, but the warm weather won't last. The forecast high is 36 for Sunday and 20 for Monday.
The top-ranked Columbia College men's basketball team ran its record to 20-0 this season with a 72-59 victory Saturday at Lyon College in Batesville, Ark.
Tigers freshman Lianna Doty has been a standout player for the Tigers thus far, but the physical style of play in the Southeastern Conference has challenged her.
In honor of Inauguration Day, we've compiled a list of memorable quotes from past inauguration speeches. Can you guess which presidents said the following quotes?
Ms. Henderson died Friday, Jan. 18, 2013. She was 28.
The Cougars are now alone in first place in the American Midwest Conference.
The Tigers scored a 37-7 victory over North Dakota State on Saturday at Hearnes Center.
Cameron Bagley had the winning basket for the Tolton Catholic boys basketball team in a 62-60 overtime victory over Centralia on Saturday in the third-place game of the Macon tournament.
The Hickman girls basketball team lost 45-35 to Nixa on Saturday in the championship game of the Smith-Cotton tournament.
Gun owners and abortion opponents staged protests Saturday in Jefferson City.
Officials estimated that as many as 800,000 people will attend Monday's public ceremonies. That's more than live in Washington, D.C., if far fewer than the 1.8 million who were at Barack Obama's first inauguration in 2009.
President Barack Obama has chosen to use two Bibles during his swearing-in — one owned by Martin Luther King Jr. and the other by Abraham Lincoln.