With the help of his mother, Jared McGriff-Culver is coming to grips with the reality that his football career might be over after this weekend.
Missouri's Republican-led House voted Wednesday to slice income taxes for individuals and businesses while imposing a higher sales tax that would fund schools and road. The legislation would mark the most significant change to Missouri's tax code in at least a couple of decades.
Christopher Kelley was found guilty of two federal counts of arson for setting fire to MU's Ellis Library and a Stephens College building in 2011. Kelley could face up to 20 years in prison for the crimes.
While public and private security cameras have minimal effect deterring crime, they do aid in the capture of criminals. Does this advantage outweigh our expectations to privacy?
Earth Day has evolved into little more than a “feel good” exercise in pop environmentalism, embraced largely by those with negligible scientific or agricultural experience.
With senior Aubrie Cornell out with an injury, Madison Boyken is now the Bruins' starting goalkeeper.
Five different Tigers pitchers combined for 11 strikeouts, but it was the lack of offense that led to a 4-2 loss to the Bears on Wednesday at Taylor Stadium.
Hickman assistant coach Adam Taylor said the intense atmosphere of the rivalry game brought out the best in the Kewpies players for a 3-1 victory that marked their fifth straight win.
The Tiger Academy of Gymnastics, one of Columbia's largest youth gymnastics clubs, has practiced out of MU's Tiger Performance Complex since the facility opened in October of 2011. But come Aug. 31, it will no longer be able to use the home of the Missouri gymnastics team.
While the Tigers' No. 2 and 3 pitchers had strong performances, the team's lack of enthusiasm led to a split double-header against Western Kentucky on Wednesday.
The Kewpies had few problems with the Tigers' pitching on their way to their fourth straight win.
Charles F. Pinney Jr. died Tuesday, April 23. He was 92. He worked at Boeing for 30 years.
"A Nation at Risk," the report issued 30 years ago this week by President Ronald Reagan's Education Department, was meant as a wake-up call for the country. But its warnings still reverberate today, with 1 in 4 Americans failing to earn a high school degree on time and the U.S. lagging other countries in the percentage of young people who complete college.
Janet Riley died Monday, April 22, 2013, in Columbia. She was 79.
Janet Riley worked in childcare and enjoyed her dogs.
Delay in making decision about Providence Road safety just delays making the road safer, too.
Robert Behne has been taking pictures at Eagle Bluffs for many years, ever since his mother first showed him the area 20 years ago.
Women of the Earth began this fall as a way to let students work with facilities to promote earth-friendly efforts on campus, said freshman Maile Wortham, the group’s president. She's hoping the club continues to grow over time.
The Coordinating Board for Higher Education and each school would collaborate on developing their performance measures by July 2014.