The Tigers' 10-2 six-inning victory over South Carolina on Friday night at University Field was their ninth run-rule shortened victory of the season.
Candidates for the City Council debated a host of issues Thursday evening at the last public forum before Tuesday's election.
Tigers starting pitcher Rob Zastryzny allowed only one earned run in 7.2 innings in Missouri's 2-0 loss Friday to LSU. It was the third of his Southeastern Conference-worst five losses in which his team failed to score a single run.
The 12-member group was invited last fall to showcase central Missouri's performing arts at the 2013 Suncheon Bay International Garden Exposition in South Korea. The ballet company started a Kickstarter project to raise $25,000 for the trip.
Missourian reporters asked candidates for the Columbia City Council nine standardized questions on city government issues. Here are their verbatim answers to a question about city and ward priorities beyond those addressed in previous questions.
Missouri freshman goalkeeper Shelby Sonnefeldt underwent surgery in December after four shoulder dislocations. She hopes to return to the field in June and play without fear of being reinjured.
Columbia's Charlie Lockwood started the Perche Creek GutBuster canoe and kayak race in 2009 because he thought there weren’t enough options in the racing circuit for participants from the area.
Karl Skala lives not far from Clark Lane and knows the effects of the area's growth first hand.
He is highly educated, an experienced Columbia public-policy decision maker, committed to representing his constituents' interests, honest and law-abiding.
Columbia's St. Paul A.M.E. Church hosted its 1oth annual Good Friday Fish Fry on Friday. The menu included catfish, spaghetti and desserts.
The lane closure is expected to remain in place for about 10 days, and U.S. 63 will be closed periodically while crews work on stabilizing the rock face and removing loose debris.
It's the third time this year that police have handled shots fired incidents on the 2600 block of Quail Drive.
Ian Thomas, if elected, will keep citizens informed about how he thinks and how he arrived as his decisions.
Karl Skala will speak on behalf of the city, if elected to council.
Ian Thomas adds new perspective to City Council and will bring passion and vision to office.
Unlike green beans, edamame plants ripen all pods simultaneously, making harvesting much easier.
Agencies that Public Safety Joint Communications serves need to pay their part to keep up with growth in our area.
Karl Skala has experience in planning and development.
Karl Skala works diligently for community.
During World War II, she was a member of the Army Cadet Nursing Corps.