TIGERS REPORT LIVE: Missouri vs. Georgia

The Missouri Tigers defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 41-26 Saturday at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga. The Missourian provided score updates and social media posts during the game.

Students, fans in Columbia not surprised by Missouri football victory

As TVs at bars were switched to the Cardinals game, Missouri football fans savored the Tigers' first road win against a top-10 team since 1981.

Nixon starts drafting proposal to open Arch and Scenic Riverways; parks begin to open nationwide

States want national parks reopened, and some are paying to do it.

Missouri naturalists hope to save Ozark chinquapin tree — one seed at a time

Many of the trees, which once covered 40 percent of the state, were reduced to stumps after a tree disease called chestnut blight spread in the U.S.

FROM READERS: Bank employee shares passion for Relay for Life

Tatha Todd, a Boone County National Bank employee, shares how cancer has affected her life and what she does to help others fight the battle.

Obscure artist's life work gets new appreciation

Missouri man discovers hundreds of obscure artist's paintings after purchasing trailer in Lewistown.

Beltran, Cardinals top Dodgers in 13th inning of NLCS opener

Finishing well past midnight and taking 4 hours, 47 minutes, Carlos Beltran helped send St. Louis 3-2 over Los Angeles. 

Missouri football upsets No. 7 Georgia with 41-26 win

A late trick play helped the Tigers upset the Bulldogs for their first road win against a top-10 opponent since 1981.

Georgia fans enjoy tailgating paradise at Bulldog Park

For $33,750, you can own a piece of real estate at Bulldog Park, the 5-year-old, 18-acre, gated community that serves as a red and black haven for some of Georgia football's most dedicated fans.

PHOTO GALLERY: Tailgating is serious business in Georgia

Fans of the Georgia football team began tailgating as early as Wednesday for the Saturday matchup against undefeated Southeastern Conference foe Missouri.

Youth, momentum swing contribute to Battle football's loss

Jackson High School defeated Battle High School 48-19 on Friday.

Some Boone Hospital Center part-timers to lose benefits; smokers won't be hired

Parent company BJC's changes to health benefits include eliminating coverage for part-timers who work fewer than 24 hours a week and charging smokers a fee. BJC also will stop hiring tobacco users.

UPDATE: Satina Beckner died of blunt force trauma, autopsy shows

The Cooper County Sheriff's Office has determined that blunt force trauma killed Satina Beckner. Her body was found Wednesday on a rural gravel road.

UPDATE: Former Councilwoman Almeta Crayton remains hospitalized in critical condition

Crayton was in critical condition at Boone Hospital Center on Saturday night, said Angy Littrell, director of marketing and public relations.

TIGERS REPORT: Missouri football prepares for Georgia

Two weeks ago, most Missouri and Georgia football writers might have been planning this week's stories about how the Tigers might want do avoid a result similar to last year's 41-20 Georgia victory. A lot can change in two weeks.

TIGER TWEETS: Puppies, romance and a big win in Nashville on the minds of Missouri football players

The Tigers were in good spirits after their win against Vanderbilt on Saturday. This cheer spread to their tweets and social media posts, too.

Missouri lawmakers save ethanol debate for January

A committee has voted to block the Missouri Department of Agriculture's proposal to raise the ethanol limit in the state's fuel to 15 percent. The issue will likely be brought up for debate again in January.

Stadium Boulevard bridge over I-70 to close until Monday

The Stadium Boulevard bridge over Interstate 70 will be closed this weekend for the completion of the construction of the new diverging diamond interchange. The interchange will open Monday morning.

Rob Duncan, MU vice chancellor, to leave for position at Texas Tech

MU's vice chancellor for research will resign Dec. 31 — the latest in a handful of departures during the past year in MU's administration.

Global chemical watchdog wins Nobel Peace Prize

The Nobel Committee awarded the prize to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, turning a spotlight on the civil war in Syria and chemical weaponry itself.