The Tigers defeated the Wildcats 2-1.
Bettie Roe of Columbia died Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013. She was 90. She enjoyed spending time with her family, playing bingo and dressing up for Halloween.
Missouri sophomore center Evan Boehm has started every game of his career since he was a true freshman and is emerging as one of the anchors of the offensive line. This week, we caught up with Boehm to get his answers to some random questions.
Founded in 1801, the University of South Carolina has plenty of interesting history. From "Forrest Gump" to Hootie and the Blowfish to an odd obsession with trees, we break down the essential things you need to know about the Tigers' next opponent.
Since Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy was in the fourth grade, he knew he would have the responsibility of taking care of his sister someday. Now, she's his main source of motivation on and off the football field.
Max Copeland is in the second week of his team-imposed two-week media suspension. We were able to cull this edition of "Copeland's Corner" from an assortment of vlogs on his website, Montana Madman 61.
Eric Tripp writes fantasy/adventure tales. The third and fourth books are scheduled to be published respectively on Nov. 12, 2013, and Dec. 13, 2014.
Jeffrey Zients, a management consultant brought in by the White House, says the website is "fixable."
The flightless birds at the zoo eat up to 50 pounds of fish per day.
The Stifel Financial CEO said the statue, which was unveiled Thursday, signifies the company's commitment to St. Louis.
A report showing tuition increases at Missouri's four-year public colleges and universities have been smaller than those in other states.
The proposed rules would require U.S. businesses to follow detailed sanitation plans for pet food and animal feed.
Two years after a squirrel memorably dashed through the batter's box during the Cardinals' postseason, a legal battle over who owns the rodent's image lingers.
Filming in Cape Girardeau for the film "Gone Girl" has exceeded its three-week predicted length. "We are staying longer just because of the good locations," said producer Cean Chaffin. "We are considering ourselves very lucky."
Pike County illustrator doesn't think of his caricatures as an exaggeration of flaws but rather as a celebration of what makes people unique.