Missouri women's soccer forward 'finally' finds back of net this season

Taylor Grant, midfielder for the Missouri women's soccer team, has been having a profound impact on the team after struggling last season.

After scoreless season last year, Missouri forward Taylor Grant is tied for the lead in team goals this season. 

GEORGE KENNEDY: Violence Task Force must be willing to discuss issues of race

Black members of the group seemed much more willing to identify issues of race than were their white colleagues.

Columbia's historic Van Horn Tavern is headed east

The tavern, which has spent the better part of two centuries in Boone County, is being dismantled in preparation for a move east to Marthasville, where it will become a part of Boone Monument Village.

Missouri cross-country prepares to travel to invitationals

The Missouri cross-country teams are headed to invitationals at Minnesota and Notre Dame during the next two weeks.

Missouri football's Kony Ealy demonstrates unique skill on defensive line

People are awestruck by how fast Dorial Green-Beckham can run the 40-yard dash, and Henry Josey makes the highlight reel for every big run. But what Kony Ealy does with his body, at 275 pounds, might be even more impressive.

Trial of former Columbia police officer Rob Sanders focuses on video, use of force

Prosecution witnesses testified they could see no evidence in the video or in witness statements that would justify Sanders' excessive use of force on Kenneth Baker.

Walk CoMo signs point the way for walking in downtown Columbia

Columbia residents can provide input on which downtown locations should be included in the Walk CoMo signage project.

Guthrie, Laugh lead Royals over White Sox 3-2

Jeremy Guthrie pitched seven strong innings, and David Lough hit a two-run homer to lead the Royals to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night.

IOC satisfied Olympic charter not violated by Russian laws

The International Olympic Committee doesn't have the authority to intervene in Russia's law banning gay propaganda and is convinced there will be no discrimination against athletes or spectators at the Winter Games in Sochi, a top Olympic official said Thursday.

Rock Bridge boys soccer looks strong after sweeping tough week

In the past week, the team has played three competitive opponents and won all three games — and is only looking to improve.

Columbia College science center houses new equipment, technology for hands-on learning

Brouder Science Center features a forensics lab where students can use professional-grade equipment to find the trajectory of bloodstains and bullets.

New permit process cuts time and costs for Columbia developers

The Environmental Council of the States recognized the program last week as one of three State Program Innovation Award winners.

Missouri House committee moves forward on Medicaid expansion proposals

A Missouri House committee will begin drafting legislation in October proposing changes to the state's Medicaid program, it decided Thursday. Boone County Reps. Chris Kelly and Stephen Webber are members of the committee.

MU School of Law receives $1.57 million gift

The gift will be used to create the Wall Chair in Corporate Law and Governance. Professor Thomas Lambert will be the first Wall Chair.

TIGER KICKOFF E-BOOK: Download a copy of Missouri's game preview

In this week's edition, Markus Golden talks about how he'd spend his money if he were to get paid for playing football, and Max Copeland talks about the 'beard culture.'

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Combination of Corps, Congress have failed America's great rivers

The reality today is that the Missouri, the Mississippi, the Ohio and the Illinois rivers still lack a single, strong entity to make sure that boondoggles like the Olmsted dam project don’t happen.


Tolton softball defeats Versailles 3-1

Tolton's Katherine Kadlec recorded two hits in a 3-1 victory over Versailles.

Rock Bridge volleyball defeats St. Paul Lutheran

The Rock Bridge volleyball team improved its record to 16-1 by defeating St. Paul Lutheran.

Stephens College renovates volleyball, basketball court for upcoming athletic season

After undergoing renovations, Deb Duren Court is set to make its debut Friday during the volleyball team's home opener against Avila University.

EA Sports settles college athlete likeness cases

Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Company have settled all lawsuits brought against the companies by former and current college athletes over the unauthorized use of the players' images and likenesses in video games and other merchandise.