Joe Flacco of the Ravens, who was voted the MVP, threw three first-half touchdown passes to cap an 11-TD, zero-interception postseason.
Development council director says Susan "Tootie" Burns was not asked to attend a Monday reception because she has no relationship with the group. Candidates Mark Jones and Laura Nauser plan to be there.
After a 45-point loss in Knoxville in January, the Missouri women's basketball team handed No. 9 Tennessee its first Southeastern Conference loss in a stunning 80-63 victory. It was the Tigers' first win against a Top 10 opponent since it knocked off Baylor in January 2010.
Under Nixon's plan, the state Medicaid program would pay rates similar to private insurance — instead of the typically lower rates paid by Medicaid — for adults covered by the Medicaid expansion.
This week's most popular stories were centered around the MU Police Department's announcement it has solved the 2005 murder of MU research assistant Jeong Im. The university garnered several top-headlines: the announcement of a $8.3 million gift to MU athletics, a narrow men's basketball loss to LSU and an MU report that warned against restricting state agencies from working with a federal insurance exchange as part of the Affordable Care Act.
Missourian photographers captured images of Columbia residents celebrating Monday's warm weather with rock climbing and skateboarding and the Missouri men's and women's basketball teams victories.
The Missouri men's and women's basketball teams both went 1-1 this week, and both the gymnastics and wrestling teams lost during the Beauty and the Beast meet.
The Columbia Police Department is searching for two men in connection with a shooting early Sunday morning. Garrett Murray and Jeremy A. Ruff should be considered armed and dangerous, a Columbia police news release said.
Retired Army Col. Larry James, who was a consulting psychologist at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay Detention Center in Cuba, will be interviewed this week for a senior position at MU's College of Education.
The Columbia City Council is expected to appropriate $25,000 for projects at Lee, Shepard Boulevard and New Haven elementary schools.
She married Wilbur H. Buckler on March 20, 1944, and spent the next 21 years as a Navy wife, traveling from coast to coast.
Jessie M. Buckler of Columbia died Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013, at Ashland Villa Assisted Living. She was 88.
Michael Marberry is taking his life back after five years of non-stop gaming with a bicycle trip from Columbia to San Clemente, Calif. He describes how he came to this decision and what he hopes to gain from the trip.
Seven of the top 20 teams in the country are from the SEC, according to preseason polls. Missouri is not one of them. The Tigers feel as though they have something to prove.
Sophomore Morgan Eye tied the Missouri women's basketball single-season 3-pointer record in Missouri's 80-63 upset win against No. 9 Tennessee. Eye has made 90 3-pointers this season.
The lawsuit said taillight embellishments, such as tints, stickers, covers and paint, are becoming more and more common and dangerous, even if Sherwin-Williams said the tint is for off-road use only.
One of the project's potential routes would run two miles north of Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge through private land enrolled in the Wetlands Reserve Program,
Nixon said the proposal would help get Missourians timely, effective treatment. "We must do everything in our power to get folks the treatment they need, before it's too late," Nixon said during his State of the State speech Jan. 28.
"There are so many storylines to this game that make it bigger than just the Super Bowl," 49ers CEO Jed York said.
The Baltimore Ravens were leading the San Francisco 49ers 28-6 when most of the lights in the 73,000-seat building went out with 13:22 left in the third quarter.