Missouri has had two executions since 2005. There are two executions scheduled, one in each October and November.
A list of new restaurants and stores in Columbia.
A new species, named the olinguito, was in the National Zoo, but was mistaken for a similar mammal.
Movie studios are phasing out 35 mm film prints, and the switch to an eventually all-digital distribution system is pushing the outdoor theaters to make the expensive change to digital projectors.
A breakdown of the Missouri football schedule.
Nearly three months after a twister blasted through Moore, Okla., and destroyed two elementary schools, students are preparing to go back to class.
A Springfield man has died in a climbing accident at Rocky Mountain National Parkin Colorado.
A group that pressured St. Louis area school systems to accept more transfer students won't seek legal action on behalf of families shut out from their top choices.
Working for the Tigers' chances at a bowl game are healthy players and star power. Working against the Tigers is a brutal schedule combined with coaching turnover.
These five recruits are from four different states.
Columbia venues to host variety of bands.
There are at least 12 places that sell MU licensed items around Columbia.
Apparel studies and event and convention management will be two new majors offered at Stephens College.
Terry Smith became interim president Aug. 2 and is expected to remain for the duration of the 2013-2014 school year.
The Gerald T. and Bonnie M. Brouder Science Center will open in August at Columbia College.
Here is a list of 16 international restaurants around downtown Columbia.
Dudley Hall, Pillusbury Science Center, Hickman Hall and Stamper Commons are receiving upgrades.
Some new buildings still have space available.
There are 19 seniors on the Missouri football team who will be leaving MU.
There are 52 trumpets in Marching Mizzou, the highest number of any instrument.