Columbia's annual block party featured an array of family-friendly events designed to offer entertainment and opportunities to reflect on the year ahead.
Even with 38 other bowl games, the Citrus Bowl means a lot to Missouri and Minnesota coaches. As for the fans, those backing Minnesota don't need "a ham and a blanket" to watch football in Orlando.
Missourian photo editors culled through thousands of photographs captured by 27 staff photojournalists this year. This year's top images stand out either because of their news value or their sheer beauty.
Gregory Anderson died Friday, Dec. 26, 2014. He was 29.
Gov. Jay Nixon received a report today from the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission that details the condition of the highway and potential solutions.
Scott Leslie and Matt Gerding, co-owners of The Blue Note and Mojo's, have rushed to finish renovations and put the final touches on their venues before New Year's Eve celebrations.
Laws passed during the 2014 session to go into effect on Jan. 1 cover the cost of cancer drugs, beer sales and mammogram reporting. They address how long rented storage units must be in default before contents can be sold and improvements to the state's One Call program.
Freshman Jakeenan Gant made his first appearance in the starting lineup Tuesday against Oklahoma State.
One bill, which would set up a letter grading system for public schools, is intended to make it easier for parents to understand who their children's schools are performing.
ESPN Outside the Lines released a scathing investigation of the Missouri athletics department's failure to report the alleged sexual assault of one of its athletes, Sasha Menu Courey. The former Tigers swimmer, who was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, committed suicide in 2011 after the alleged assault in 2010.
From a university-saving philanthropist with a sweet tooth to Bronko Nagurski to the pioneer of open-heart surgery, here are 10 things you didn't know about Missouri's Citrus Bowl opponent, Minnesota.
Loren Reid taught more than 9,000 students during his tenure as a professor of speech at MU. He died Dec. 25, 2014, at age 109.
Downtown on-street parking meter payments hours will be shifted to one hour later.
The Rev. James Miller Blanton, 96, of Columbia died on Monday, Dec. 29, 2014. He was passionate about his job as a founding pastor for the Trinity Presbyterian Church and cared deeply about the civil rights cause.
Dr. Jerome "Jerry" Peters served in the Army during World War II and the Air Force during the Korean War. He loved woodworking, Siamese fighting fish and kites.
Jimmy Whitt scored 47 points to lead the Kewpies to third-place finish in the Holiday tournament.
No fatalities were recorded during the New Year’s counting period last year. With planning, good judgment and luck, that could happen again.
We need to stop making the assumption that college students are always on their parent or guardian’s health insurance plan.
Studies have found that e-cigarette users are significantly less likely than non-users to stop smoking.
Gregory D. Anderson, of Columbia, died Friday, Dec. 26. He was 29 years old.