The Kewpies knocked off visiting Smith-Cotton 4-3 in penalty kicks after two overtimes.
Meetings on Aug. 19 and Sept. 3 went well past midnight because of long lines during public comment.
Rookie Michael Wacha took a no-hit bid into the eighth inning, and the St. Louis Cardinals showed off their October poise, edging the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 Monday and setting up a winner-take-all Game 5 in the NL division series.
Missouri kicker Andrew Baggett routinely boots the football 75 to 80 yards in the air, and he leads the nation with 32 touchbacks.
Tuesday's home game against Austin Peay gives Missouri volleyball — now 18-0 — a chance to match that 31-year-old record for wins to start a season.
The civilian workers left work on Oct. 1 due to the federal government shutdown.
The Columbia Parks and Recreation Department hopes to finish work on the park in 2015.
The Harrisburg High School Bulldogs rebounded after Friday's junior varsity loss to Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School. They took their frustration out on Westran, beating the Hornets 26-0. Harrisburg was led by Jeffery Baker, who started for the first time this season — and played with an injured arm.
For a series with so many established veterans, the pitching staffs of the Cardinals and Pirates both have more than a dash of youth.
For the second week in a row, MU football defensive lineman Michael Sam has been named Southeastern Conference defensive lineman of the week.
The 39th Annual Old Wheels Car Show featured more than 100 classic and modern automobiles on Sunday, including Wayne Sommer's 1986 Buick Grand National.
The 22nd-annual Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival will kick off Saturday morning with the crowning of the "Pumpkin King."
No matter where these disasters strike, we Missourians are pitching in to help pay the costs of recovery. That makes climate change personal.
Sara Buxton, the passenger in a deadly car crash Friday, has improved to serious condition. Buxton was taken to University Hospital in critical condition. The driver of the car was killed in the accident.
The Citizen Jane Film Festival brought together Columbia residents and visitors to watch films, participate in panels with directors and enjoy a weekend dedicated to women's roles in film.
Stephens College volleyball lost to Missouri Baptist in three sets Monday night 25-18, 25-8, 25-17
Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic softball lost to South Callaway 2-1 on Monday night.
Oakland takes advantage of struggling Anibal Sanchez to take 2-1 series lead over Detroit.
In the Senate officials said Majority Leader Harry Reid was drafting a bill to raise the current $16.7 trillion debt ceiling before the Oct. 17 deadline when Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew has said the government will reach its borrowing limit.
The Columbia College cross country team hosted a 5K on Saturday morning to kickoff the Cougars Homecoming Festivities.