Cardinals knock out Kershaw, advance to World Series

With a 9-0 win over the Dodgers on Friday night, the Cardinals advanced to the 2013 World Series.

St. Louis advanced to its second World Series in three seasons by roughing up the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-0 in Game 6 of the NL championship series Friday night.

TIGER KICKOFF: Maty Mauk is ready for his close-up

Seemingly an afterthought in Missouri's surprise start, backup quarterback Maty Mauk was thrust into the spotlight during the fourth quarter Saturday. Now, the new starter will get to show off his skills at home.

Developer eyes 24-story tower as Columbia aims to tighten downtown zoning laws

As the city has signaled its intention to toughen zoning restrictions, Park 7 has sought an exception for what would be Columbia's tallest building. The mixed-use tower would stand on the north edge of MU.

Bocomo Bay operators indicted on federal drug charges related to K2 sales

Operators of the Columbia smoke shop have been indicted on charges of distributing synthetic marijuana and drug paraphernalia and money laundering. A total of eight individuals and four businesses were indicted on federal charges.

TIGERS REPORT: Can Missouri beat Florida to keep undefeated record?

It's halfway through the 2013 college football season and the Missouri Tigers football team has found itself as one of two undefeated teams in the Southeastern Conference and ranked No. 14 in the nation.

TIGER KICKOFF: 10 things you didn't know about Florida

Missouri is trying to improve to 7-0 for the second time under head coach Gary Pinkel. You know that Florida poses a tough challenge for Missouri, but here are 10 things you might not know about the Gators.

TIGER KICKOFF: Max Copeland warns readers about automated toilets

Missouri guard Max Copeland, the driving force behind  'Copeland's Cranium,' has been prohibited from talking to the media for two weeks but has found a way to still speak his mind.

Henning leads Missouri volleyball to 22nd straight win

No. 18 Missouri defeated Georgia at home for its 22nd straight win of the season on Friday night.


Tolton's first seniors reflect after loss to South Callaway

Despite a 48-0 loss to South Callaway, Tolton's first senior class was proud at the end of the school's first "senior night."

Gator fans bring Florida traditions to Columbia for Missouri football

Gator fans have made their way to Columbia for Saturday's football game between Missouri and Florida, bringing their customs and expectations with them.

Baton twirlers bring school pride, talent to Missouri football games

Courtney Chandler and Halie Hart have worked hard for years to perform in front of Missouri fans on game days.

American Airlines looks to add Columbia-to-Chicago flight

The City Council will vote Monday on adding a second daily flight to Chicago out of Columbia Regional Airport.

St. Louis police make arrest in Kaldi's robbery

Anthony Paine, 47, has been arrested in connection with an Oct. 4 armed robbery at Kaldi's Coffee in downtown Columbia.

DEAR READER: When is 'they' the right pronoun for one person?

A recent Missourian article used the pronoun "they" to refer to Josie Herrera, a finalist for MU Homecoming king who identifies as gender queer.

TIGER TWEETS: Missouri football players share phone problems, puppy pics and meaningful quotes

Missouri Tigers play the Florida Gators at 11:21 a.m. Saturday.

MU students printing less in digital age

Student printing at MU has decreased in the past five years, a trend some attribute to greater environmental concern and better information access.

Columbia Paranormal Society plans paranormal investigation at Thespian Hall

The historical building in Boonville will be investigated for hauntings as part of a fundraiser Saturday for the Friends of Historic Boonville.

Homeland Security secretary choice suggests priority shift

Obama's nomination of former Pentagon lawyer Jeh Johnson indicates the department's shifting focus from immigration to protecting the nation from attack. Jeh C. Johnson is a lawyer credited with the design of policies to dismantle al-Qaida and has defended the use of drones for targeted killings overseas.

No safe bets for Obama despite toned-down agenda

After 16 days of the shutdown, President Barack Obama presented a three-item to-do list for Congress: immigration, farm legislation and a budget.

Services set for 18-year-old Illinois man found at MU residence hall

Gregory Holthaus of Highland, Ill., was visiting friends at the Pershing group of residence halls when he was found unresponsive Sunday, police say.