Records show years of discussion, many discarded plans and a controversial email surrounding the Grasslands/Providence Road construction project.
The loss was the first for the Cougars in 19 games.
Charles "Chuck" Bobbitt started the Columbia College softball program in 1984 and quickly led it to national prominence.
The Cougars clinched their third-straight American Midwest Conference title Saturday.
J'Den Cox becomes the 22nd four-time state champion in Missouri State High School Activities Association wrestling history.
The Tigers are dealing with emotional highs and lows after beating No. 9 Tennessee and then losing to Mississippi State seven days later.
Last-minute mistakes doomed Missouri to a 73-71 loss against Arkansas on Saturday afternoon at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville, Ark.
About 30 families claimed new home computers Saturday at the Downtown Optimist Club. In its 10th year, the program is organized by the Voluntary Action Center in partnership with the Optimist Club.
The Tigers improved their record to 4-0 with two more wins in Santa Barbara, Calif.
The Tigers lost their second consecutive game against the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles by a score of 5-3. They'll try to avoid being swept in the series' final game Sunday.
What's the Harlem Shake and how did it became so popular? We turned to social media to find the answers.
The Stars fell short on Senior Day despite Natalie Williams' 16 points.
While I certainly hope to find personal success here, I’m proud to be part of a community that itself has been so successful in the last decade.
Arthur Clyde Ausherman died Thursday, Feb. 14. He was 99.
This year marked the 25th mission of the Columbia Aeronautics and Space Association. Held Feb. 4 to 9 and dubbed "Mission 2513: Infinite Curiosity," it was based on NASA’s exploration of Mars.
The Affordable Care Act is unfolding as an experiment to decide whether the states or the federal government will do a better job getting uninsured people covered.
The reauthorization bill offers needed expanded protections for gay people, undocumented immigrants and Native American women who suffer from domestic abuse.
In his State of the Union address Tuesday, President Barack Obama said, "We can't cut our way to prosperity." However, we can't spent our way to prosperity either.
Giving schools grades on things such as dropout rates is a starting point to make a complicated ranking system understandable for parents.