On a rare warm January afternoon, the Columbia Disc Golf Club hosted its Ice Bowl Charity Tournament. Players aren't opposed to playing in poor conditions, which will likely arrive this week.
UM System President Tim Wolfe has asked the Board of Curators to use independent counsel to investigate how MU handled the alleged sexual assault of swimmer Sasha Menu Courey. MU has handed all information over to the Columbia Police Department.
A proposed downtown taxing district could finance expansion of the electric and sewer systems to make way for pending high-density residential developments.
Senior Chris Clark received gifts and a Hickman boys basketball win on his birthday.
Images of weather, sports, and narrowly escaped disaster captured the attention of Missourian photographers this week.
Missouri suffered its fourth loss in a row after a difficult second half against Mississippi State. The Tigers lost 69-62 after leading by five at halftime.
THE WEEK'S MOST READ STORIES: MU's history with slavery explored; MU athletics responds to ESPN's 'Outside the Lines' investigation
The most-read stories this week include a look at MU's history regarding slavery and the Missouri athletic department's response to ESPN's "Outside the Lines" investigation of the alleged sexual assault of Missouri swimmer Sasha Menu Courey.
The victim was shot at several times while sitting in her car outside the bar. She was not injured, and officers located two bullet holes in the victim's vehicle along with seven shell casings on the ground.
High voltage lines sparked the flames after a fire truck aerial ladder knocked into them at the station on Oakland Gravel Road. The fire truck operator escaped with no injuries and the fire was extinguished.
Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School fell behind early in the first quarter of their MFA Oil - Break Time Shootout game against Iberia High School and was never able to retake the lead, despite 34 points from freshman Michael Porter Jr. The Trailblazers came within one point of winning in the fourth quarter.
William “Bill” Robinson, 80, of Columbia, died Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014. He spent his life serving the Air Force and MU. He also volunteered at the AARP and was an active member of many veterans groups.
William Robinson, who served in the U.S. Air Force for 25 years and worked at MU for 25 years, died Saturday. He was 80.
Tractors with heated cabs help farming in the cold, but raising cattle is still more time-consuming in the winter.