Missouri men's basketball team defeats Auburn after coming back from team injuries

Missouri beat Auburn 91-77 Saturday afternoon. It was the first game since Dec. 22 Missouri had all of its key players healthy.

Scott Boulevard reconstruction moves forward

The City Council agreed to move forward with easement acquisition for the Scott Boulevard reconstruction project. The council will formally accept the project Monday, opening it up to bids. 

Trio of first-year Missouri swimming coaches making their mark

Associate head coach John Pontz and assistant coaches Mark Gangloff and Julie Stupp bring innovation and intensity to Missouri swimming and diving program after the departure of three assistant coaches.


Missouri baseball's Ian Kinsler returns for Hall of Fame induction

Former Tiger shortstop Ian Kinsler talked about how his unlikely landing at Missouri led to an All-Star career in Major League Baseball. 

Beauty and the Beast meet bittersweet for Missouri wrestling team

Although the Missouri wrestling team lost its match to Oklahoma State, the Tigers enjoyed the lively atmosphere.

PHOTO GALLERY: Supermarkets prepare for Super Bowl with food samples

Supermarkets Saturday offered customers samples of Super Bowl game day foods in an effort to cater to weekend celebrations.

Consumers have a role in crowdsourced Super Bowl ads

Advertisers for the big game are trying to get viewers more involved in the commercials.

Sophomores Spradlin, Darragh impress as Missouri swimmers conclude Tiger Invite

The Missouri men and women's swimming teams will not compete again until the SEC Championships in College Station, Texas, on Feb. 19-23.

Columbia police investigating death at Truman Veterans Hospital

The victim and the suspect, who were not named in the news release, were both patients at the hospital.


Kansas' 33-game home winning streak snapped by Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State's Markel Brown scored 28 points and Marcus Smart added 25 points to help the visitors defeat Kansas, the No. 2 team in the country.

Columbia College men remain unbeaten

The Cougars will resume AMC action when they travel to league newcomer Benedictine University of Springfield, Ill., on Thursday

Eye meets the challenges of SEC defenses for Missouri women's basketball

Missouri's 3-point specialist Morgan Eye has embraced the challenge of the Southeastern Conference and is six 3-pointers away from the Missouri single-season record.

Stephens basketball loses to Missouri Baptist

Stephens sophomore guard Haley Kahrs led the team with 15 points.

Columbia College women's basketball team defeats Park University

Tierney Seifert hit a school-record eight three-point shots in Columbia College women's 14th consecutive win.

Man found dead in Moberly structure fire

A 64-year-old man was found dead inside a Moberly home when the police and fire department responded to a structure fire. The name of the man has not been released.

Tolton boys basketball loses to California

The Tolton Catholic boys basketball team lost 53-40 to California High School on Friday.

Hickman girls basketball stops Lincoln Prep

Emily Miller had 15, Ellie Johnson had 14, Cherish Walton had 13 and Kendall Adams had 11 points in the win.

Pearl Marie Snavely, 98, was dedicated teacher, cook, mother

Mrs. Snavely began teaching in a one-room schoolhouse when she had to get to class before her students to light the fire. She died Wednesday at 98.

Pearl Marie Snavely, March 13, 1914 - Jan. 30, 2013

Funeral services will be 11 AM Wednesday February 6, 2013 at White Chapel Funeral Home with burial to follow in White Chapel Memorial Gardens.

FROM READERS: 'Not a Nor' Easter But a Mid' Wester'

Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares a poem about Missouri weather based on her experiences living both on the East Coast and in Columbia.