They hope to raise $150,000, money that will also help recovery efforts from Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana as well as Superstorm Sandy in New York and New Jersey.
The Tigers ended their season with a 84-72 loss to Colorado State on Thursday night in the Midwest regional of the NCAA Tournament in Lexington, Ky.
Rain will begin late Saturday afternoon or early evening and become snow Saturday night and into Sunday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
The choices for mayoral, Third and Fourth ward candidates are clear.
Several issues addressed at Thursday night's Como Disabilities Advocacy Network Candidate Forum related to improving city transit and retaining affordable housing options for persons with disabilities.
Joe Moseley, the former state senator and prosecuting attorney, collapsed after a 28-mile bike ride Saturday. He is now taking time off from work to begin cardiac rehab.
Mayor Bob McDavid wrote that the Columbia Police Officers' Association's post showed "breathtaking racial insensitivity that cannot be tolerated."
Bob McDavid has never considered himself a politician, but since his election in 2010, he has come to relish his role as mayor and spokesman for Columbia, those close to him say.
Missouri is currently in 12th place at the swimming and diving championships.
Senior attackman Tommy Feiser led the Kewpies with three goals.
The Cougars' Hunter Parrish finished second overall among individual golfers.
Seven of 10 Tigers moved on to the second round of NCAA Wrestling Championship in Des Moines, Iowa.
The kickoff for Earth Hour in Columbia begins noon today at City Hall with a proclamation from Mayor Bob McDavid and a tour of the green features in City Hall’s LEED Gold building.
Ian Thomas is a person of intelligence, education and wide experience, and he cares about the environment.
Vehicle drivers often lack the know-how and consideration required to safely share the road with motorcyclists. Some drivers do not pay enough attention while driving to identify motorcyclists on the road before making lane changes and other vehicle maneuvers.
A recipient of the E. Sydney Stephens Professional Wildlife award, Clifford H. Caldwell loved to plant trees and pick wildflowers for his wife.
Mr. Vaughan taught for 20 years at Columbia Public Schools. He enjoyed fishing, mushroom hunting and playing golf.
Sprouts Plays for Living at Stephens College is an educational theatre program that has been helping elementary school students recognize and appreciate diversity.
Edward "Ray" Vaughan enjoyed the outdoors and had a passion for fishing, mushroom hunting and playing golf. He was very proud of his collectible tractors.
In 1956, Caldwell began his career with the Missouri Department of Conservation. He later became manager of the Charles W. Green Wildlife Area near Ashland.