MU alumnus Mark Godich's book highlights Missouri-Kansas football rivalry

Missouri wide reciever T.J. Moe, 28, runs in the second touchdown as Kansas cornerback Tyler Patmon, 33, reaches out to grab him during a game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

An illness in the family delayed the release of “Tigers vs. Jayhawks,” but the timing turned out to be just right: The book came out 2 1/2 weeks ago, with the Tigers undefeated.

Sub Shop at Parkade Center welcomes return of government workers

As Columbia's federal employees returned to work Thursday, business at the Sub Shop got back on track. The shop had noticed a significant decrease in clientele during the government shutdown.

Rep. Chris Kelly will not seek another term in Missouri House

State Rep. Chris Kelly has decided not to seek re-election in the Missouri House of Representatives.

MU Homecoming king candidate pushes gender boundaries

Josie Herrera identifies as gender queer, meaning as neither a man nor a woman but as encompassing parts of both. Herrera, who used to go by the first name Laura, appears to be MU's first transgender Homecoming candidate.

Tolton returns for Homecoming with program's first winning streak

The Trailblazers ride a record-breaking wave of momentum to their "Homestaying" game against South Callaway.

Rock Bridge volleyball gets emotional win on Senior Night

The Rock Bridge volleyball team defeated Blair Oaks on Thursday night in an emotional victory.

Missouri cross country looks to finish season strong

The Missouri cross country team will compete in Wisconsin and Illinois this weekend to finish regular season competition. 

Columbia College soccer forward can't stop scoring

Columbia College forward Rafael Ramos has scored nine goals in the team's past six matches and has helped the team move on after junior Marko Paunovic's season-ending knee injury.

Hickman volleyball shows 'inconsistency,' falls to Jefferson City in straight sets

Hickman volleyball was shutout by Jefferson City Thursday night in straight sets.

Six freshmen lay the foundation for Missouri volleyball

The Missouri volleyball team is 21-0 and a large factor contributing to the team's success has been the play of its six freshmen.

Departments at MU recovering from federal government shutdown

Federal government employees weren't the only people in limbo for the past 16 days, fellowship application deadlines loomed, National Guard drills were missed and research labs were shut down.

"Leaf-peeping" season set to hit Columbia

Cooler days and nights signal the changing of the leaves.

GEORGE KENNEDY: Hartzler's values don't match those of constituents

Rep. Vicky Hartzler, R-Harrisonville, voted against reopening the government Wednesday night. She previously has voted for a bill to cut funds from federal food stamps and has spoken out against abortion rights and same-sex marriage.

Library digitizes high school yearbooks

With the help of inmates from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, a century's worth of Hickman High School yearbooks are digitally archived.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Separate but not quite equal voting act awful idea

Two-tiered voting is unfair and undemocratic, and it would be complicated and expensive for local election boards to implement.

No resolution in sight for DirecTV blackout of local stations

DirecTV has dropped three channels in Columbia: ABC 17/KMIZ, FOX 22/KQFX and MyZouTV, as well as stations in 10 other markets around the nation.

5 things to know about the CVS plan as decision nears

The City Council is scheduled to vote Monday on plans for a new CVS store near Flat Branch Park. Find out who wants it, what it would look like and how it would affect the park.

TIGER KICKOFF E-BOOK: Missouri v. Florida

Missourian digital subscribers can download an e-book edition of the Tiger Kickoff ahead of its print publication Friday.

Bicycle ride takes trails to Rocheport for leaf viewing

The Fall Colors Trail Ride to Rocheport will take place Saturday on the MKT Trail.

Q & A with MU Homecoming king candidate Josie Herrera

Homecoming king candidate Josie Herrera, who identifies as gender queer, is MU's first transgender candidate. Herrera hopes running for Homecoming king will allow transgender, queer and gender nonconforming individuals to feel supported in the community.