UPDATE: Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith receives notice of allegations

Missouri coach Frank Haith walks back to the court Tuesday night before the second half of Missouri's 63-60 win over Florida at Mizzou Arena.

The NCAA ended its investigation of the University of Miami athletics department, where Frank Haith coached before he came to Missouri.

Missouri men's basketball upsets No. 5 Florida

After trailing for much of the game, the Missouri men's basketball team came back strong in the last minutes of the game for a 63-60 victory over No. 5 Florida to protect its undefeated mark at Mizzou Arena.

MU faculty members voice approval for non-tenure-track voting

Nearly all faculty members who spoke at the roughly hour-long forum supported giving non-tenure-track faculty voting rights.

New auxiliary gym dedicated at Rock Bridge High School

A new wrestling room, weight room, locker rooms and offices were also built using a $120 million bond passed in 2010.

Report shows crime decreased in Columbia in 2012

Taken as groups of crimes, both property and violent crimes decreased in 2012 from 2011. 

DAVID WEBBER: Cowen is thought-provoking, yet frustrating

Economist Tyler Cowen argues in his book that more scientific breakthroughs are needed to spur America's economy, but the real solutions to economic stagnation lie in governing and administrative know-how.

Pressey struggling in late-game situations for Missouri men's basketball team

Missouri point guard Phil Pressey has been having difficulty playing well in late-game situations, a problem that surfaced this season. Just take a look at the final moments of the Arkansas game Saturday.

Former Hickman Kewpie comfortable with Rock Bridge Bruins basketball team

After transferring from Hickman, senior Vencel Tigue has found a home at Rock Bridge.

Columbia schools bring in program to boost B, C students

The Advanced Via Individual Determination, or AVID, program builds college-readiness skills for students who get overlooked between the highest- and lowest-performing students in a school.

FROM READERS: 'At the Tav'

Margaret Prezioso-Frye remembers her family's favorite place to go in Columbia: Boone Tavern.

ROSE NOLEN: Black History Month continues to offer information not always taught in schools

As people grow older, parts of black history falls away, unable to reach future generations.


Missouri diver secures individual victory at SEC championships

The junior Bonuchi stood on top of the podium for the 1-meter diving event as Missouri concluded day one of the SEC Swimming and Diving Championships in fifth place overall.

Columbia College basketball doubleheader rescheduled due to weather

A pair of Columbia College basketball games were moved from Thursday to Wednesday because of weather concerns.


Columbia College women's basketball holds steady at No. 15 in NAIA rankings

The Columbia College women's basketball team remained at No. 15 in the newest NAIA poll released Tuesday.


Missouri softball ranked No. 7 in national polls

The Tigers opened their first season in the Southeastern Conference last weekend at the California-Santa Barbara Guacho Classic, winning all five games they played.

Alley behind Columbia city building to close Saturday

The alley behind Daniel Boone City Building between Seventh and Eighths streets will close from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m Saturday.

Providence Road to close Friday night between Ash and Worley streets

An overpass removal will close north and southbound Providence Road traffic.

FROM READERS: Nine MU fraternity chapters recognized at IFC ceremony

Nine MU fraternity chapters were picked for having a collective member GPA above the university average and awarded an academic achievement banner.

Playoff loss ends Tolton Catholic’s inaugural varsity boys basketball season

Tolton Catholic lost its program's first playoff game, falling 76-54 to Harrisburg on Tuesday evening in the Class 2, District 7 Tournament in Sturgeon.

Columbia College men's basketball remains on top of NAIA rankings

The undefeated Cougars continued their reign atop the NAIA rankings on Tuesday afternoon, receiving all 11 first-place votes to top the polls for a sixth consecutive week.