Arvarh Strickland was a force for change at MU and in Columbia. The first black professor at MU and a lifelong advocate for minority hiring in higher education died Tuesday morning at age 82.
The youth football community fears for the safety of children, but it also fears for the survival of the game. How exactly do you make football safer without changing the game?
Anthony Tyree Graves could receive a sentence of 30 years in prison for shooting Deaudre Johnson, 17. Circuit Court Judge Kevin Crane will make a decision on Graves' sentence on June 10.
In Pete D'Amour's seven seasons as Missouri softball's pitching coach, he has quietly led the team to pitching success, but he would never admit he deserves any credit.
A former resident who worked as an electrician for the Navy told Columbia fire investigators she complained to the company about possibly unsafe electrical fixtures.
The order calls upon the state to respond to the claims in Ferguson’s petition, which include a lack of physical evidence, a lack of credible witness testimony and a constitutional violation in the trial's jury selection.
Current cadets honored past members of the armed forces at a wreath laying ceremony Wednesday at Memorial Union.
For 42 of the past 43 years, history professor Steven Watts has been at MU, where he received both his bachelor's and doctoral degrees in history.
Share one word that best describes your mother in preparation for Mother's Day.
Democrats are out of line for calling Republicans racist and homophobic for opposing certain legislation.
Missourian columnist George Kennedy asked last week whether Sen. Kurt Schaefer was playing politics or policy. Maybe the question should be: Should Schaefer's actions be considered juvenile and conspiratorial?
The Bruins' 2-1 overtime win Wednesday night was the first annual Anna Alioto Memorial Classic, dedicated to former Bruins standout Anna Alioto, who drowned last fall at Northern Michigan University.
Missouri scored 22 runs on 31 hits in a doubleheader Wednesday against Western Illinois. Missouri won the first game 10-5 and the second game 12-4.
The Bruins' Alex Jones lost at No. 1 in singles but responded with a victory in his doubles match.
Nicholas Aaron Harbour was born on Dec. 12, 1988, in Columbia
The fire damaged the stove, range hood, walls surrounding the stove and two kitchen cabinets.
Thomas A. Hudson died Tuesday, April 30, 2013. He was 84.
The MU Panhellenic Association presented the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation $20,000 on Tuesday.
Nicholas Aaron Harbour, 24, of Columbia passed away on Tuesday, April 30, 2013.
Thomas A. Hudson retired from the Columbia Police Department as a captain after 29 years of service.