Tigers take care of Maryland in five innings (13-1) before edging San Diego State 2-1
Heather English is the unquestioned leader of the Columbia College women's basketball team. But while she's always tough on the court, she shows a softer side around her family.
Right-hander Eric Anderson has made a speedy recovery from Tommy John surgery and is set to take the mound for his first start of the season Sunday at Memphis.
Team traditions get the Tigers ready to face No. 8 Georgia on Friday at the Hearnes Center.
Memphis pitchers Sam Moll and Conner Porter held Missouri (0-4) to just two hits in the 6-0 loss.
Chelsea Thomas struck out 19, and Nicole Hudson hit the walk-off single that scored Mackenzie Sykes.
Police issued the warrant for Lucius Clarence Bowers' arrest Friday afternoon.
Powerful wind gusts created large snow drifts on many roadways, making navigating the slick conditions a challenge. Accidents and slide-offs were reported from Kansas to Michigan as the storm pushed east Friday.
David Bonuchi finished the 3-meter event with a score of 441.95, a season-best for the junior.
On Friday morning, websites for both airports showed several early-morning flights canceled but more listed as on time as the day proceeds.
Dar Hosta James is an artist who writes and illustrates books as well as makes paintings. Recently, she started a public art project where she paints small rocks and leaves them for the passers-by to find.
Thursday's winter storm left cars stranded on main roads and businesses across Columbia shutting their doors early. Downtown areas received about 11 inches of snow.
In what city leaders often refer as one of St. Louis' most dangerous neighborhoods, the Pink Sisters pray around the clock.
Volunteers assist with almost every operation of a hospital, and do so for a variety of reasons.
Local artist Essex Garner is crafting thousands of photos of the First Kansas Colored Volunteer Infantry into "Art: Portraits of America, The Buffalo Soldier."
Lt. Ben King said the detective grazed by the bullet was treated at the scene for the injury.
If one of the nation's top tea party governor's can accept Obama's Affordable Care Act, then so should our own lawmakers in Missouri.
McCaskill says the act will provide resources to help law enforcement save lives of women.
Rep. Mike Leara's wants to criminalize proposing any kind of gun control legislation. What's next?
The Missourian's staff is collecting a list of cancellations, updates about the weather and road conditions.