Missouri continued its home-winning streak with a 98-79 win over Ole Miss on Saturday.
Teammates Alex Ashton, Ethan Linsky and Taylor Moore explain some of the differences between wheelchair basketball and basketball without a wheelchair.
Pitted against Madison Prep, a team that provided an unprecedented match athletically, the Kewpies came out on top with a late bucket by Jimmy Whitt.
The Central Missouri Humane Society united 34 pets with new homes during its second annual Fur Ball on Saturday.
Chris Duncan, who was an assistant coach for the Columbia College women's basketball team, left the Cougars after last season to take over as the head coach of the Stephens College women's basketball team.
The Missouri Tigers softball team totaled 19 hits during its annual Black and Gold exhibition game Saturday.
The Missouri women's basketball team's win over No. 9 Tennessee breeds hope for postseason opportunities.
Former Missouri football standout Jeremy Maclin's foundation hopes to help children living in unstable environments, including those in Columbia.
The Columbia Housing Authority met with the Ridgeway Neighborhood Association and other stakeholders, to discuss the intended construction of affordable housing on land bought in December.
The Missourian's From Readers section will have its first birthday this weekend. To help celebrate, the Missourian will randomly pick people who have contributed to the section to win prizes next week.
Kate Canterbury, a Columbia mother, describes a five-step procedure on what to do if your child gets lice.
We asked people who celebrated the Chinese New Year on Saturday at MU to tell us their favorite part of the celebration.
Hickman and Rock Bridge each had three wrestlers win championships, while Fr. Tolton Catholic had one champion in this weekend's district tournament competitions.
The Mid-Missouri Chinese Association hosted a party Saturday at Memorial Student Union to celebrate the beginning of the year of the snake.
Two employees at separate convenience stores were cited for selling alcohol to minors on Friday.
Columbia resident Jim Goff disagrees with Missourian columnist David Rosman's exception to the Missouri House Bill 291 concerning science classes teaching Christian creationist beliefs.
Viktor Fasth became the first goalie in eight years to win his first five starts, leading Anaheim to a 6-5 shootout win over St. Louis.
Loretta Jean Hegstad, a Hickman High School and MU graduate who worked in California for many years, died at age 57.
Mr. Jost spent his life in service by volunteering in many capacities for his church and community.
Three Tolton players reached double figure scoring as the Trailblazers improved to 11-11 on the season.