Missouri women's basketball falls 75-58 to No. 16 LSU on the road. LSU scored more than 30 points of Missouri's 21 turnovers. Missouri is now 3-7 in SEC play with six games remaining.
Stephens officials announced Thursday morning that Theater Reaching Young People & Schools, or TRYPS, will join with the Stephens School of Performing Arts in early April.
The Missourian wants to hear your perspective — complaints, compliments and concerns welcome — about how the city has done responding to this week's snow.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel is pleased with his latest recruiting class — and perhaps with good reason.
Members of MU's LGBTQ community think Russia's gay-propaganda law could advance the discussion of human rights and endorse the value of tolerance worldwide.
District spokeswoman Michelle Baumstark said all six of the district's drive teams reported hazardous conditions on bus routes Thursday. The district will extend the school year to June 5.
Gov. Jay Nixon said Medicaid expansion would extend mental health services to those without insurance and reduce the cost of the state budget.
According to a release from Columbia Public Works, 98 percent of roadways were passable at 9:30 Thursday morning, 27 hours after the snow stopped falling.
Columbia's low of minus 6 degrees is one degree warmer than the record low for Feb. 6.
There were hundreds of mustaches for Columbia College fans Thursday on the first official mustache night.
Bettie Johnson has served as Boone County's recorder of deeds since 1979. She announced Thursday that she would not run for re-election.
Dean Mills, the dean of the Missouri School of Journalism, announced Thursday that he will retire in August after almost 25 years at MU. Colleagues and acquaintances reflect on the legacy Mills will leave behind.
The game will begin at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Devine Practice Facility.
Tuesday and Wednesday's snowstorm that dumped 6.5 inches on Columbia closed the campus for two days. The closure was just the eighth of its kind in the university's 175-year history.
With the film "The Monuments Men" opening nationwide on Friday, several of the group's members are remembered for their important roles in Missouri before and after World War II.
The reality, of course, is that people in both camps recognize the gem that is the Ozark National Scenic Riverways and want to protect it for future generations. They just have different ideas about how to get there.
The death of another celebrity suggests a need for soul-searching in a society that seems to carry a burden of trauma, need and frustration.
Winifred Bryan Horner — who had a doctorate in English language, literature and linguistics — had earned her master's degree while her youngest child was 4 years old. Dr. Horner died Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014. She was 91 years old.
Mary Kathryn Dowling worked as a nurse at the Missouri State School and Hospital for more than 20 years. Mrs. Dowling died Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014. She was 78 years old.
Billy Tennyson's friends and family said he was always there for them. Mr. Tennyson died Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014. He was 80 years old.