Stephens College volleyball has not been able to win since its season opener against Southwestern College, and the team is looking to change that.
Constance Schenk taught in the foreign language department at Stephens College for 25 years. Her language skills fueled a lifelong passion for travel.
The Washington Nationals postponed Monday night's game against the Atlanta Braves following shootings at the nearby Navy Yard. The game was rescheduled as part of a day-night doubleheader on Tuesday.
The Missouri men's cross country team keeps its fourth-place ranking in the Midwest Regional Rankings after two meets so far this season.
Datsko Datsov died after a year-long battle with cancer.
Columbia College women win; men place third at Bake University Fall Invitational.
The Missouri women's soccer team lost 3-2 at No. 17 Portland on Sunday night.
The Stephens College women's soccer team lost 15-0 to Iowa Wesleyan College on Monday night.
Constance Schenk of Columbia died Friday, Sept. 13. She loved cooking and spoke more than four languages.
Joan Fletcher Burns of Columbia died Tuesday, Sept. 10. She was 81.
MU students Kyle McCarthy and Connor Hall share their journey to making Hall Exchange, a website for students to safely buy, sell and trade items.
Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander urged Missourians to become registered voters for November elections.
Though Missouri has made efforts to decrease its number of bridges with structural deficiencies, The Associated Press finds that the state still has more than 3,000 bridges in poor condition.
Joan Burns loved to tailgate. She and her husband lived in a home on the corner of Stadium Boulevard and Providence Road, near Memorial Stadium.
A hooded and masked man robbed the Petro Mart store on Range Line at gunpoint early Monday. The investigation is ongoing.
The Columbia Board of Realtors provides monthly statistics for single-family home sales.
Thousands of bridges nationwide that are both "structurally deficient" and "fracture critical" carry more than 29 million drivers a day, and many were built more than 60 years ago.
That spin started as the well-intentioned desire to help a teammate earn a valuable spot in NASCAR's version of the playoffs, and with a little honesty, a few deep breaths and some clear thinking, it might have ended there.
Clowney's had all aspects of his game analyzed this season and has been criticized for his conditioning even though opponents have been running away from whatever side the 6-foot-6, 274-pound lineman lines up on.
Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel said Monday his confidence and left knee are just fine. It won't be known for sure until the 19th-ranked Gators take the field for their Southeastern Conference opener against Tennessee (2-1) on Saturday.