The Tigers claimed their 86-85 win over Arkansas on Thursday when the clock wasn't ticking.
The early morning crowd at Hy-Vee Cafe share their reactions to Michael Sam's announcement, ranging from indifference to support for the football player.
With the addition of players like freshman Jake Ring, the Tigers hope to see more offensive production on the basepaths, an area in which they were sorely lacking last season.
After 21 years with the Columbia Police Department, Bernhard will join an organization that supports the families of officers killed in the line of duty.
Even though more Americans opted for e-books than ever last year, nearly 25 percent of U.S. adults didn't read a single book — in print or on screen.
Reactions from around Missouri about Michael Sam's announcement that he is gay vary greatly. But most everyone offers an opinion.
The city of Columbia and the Voluntary Action Center are donating 30 refurbished computers to low-income families Saturday.
The freshman catcher, who stood out with three home runs in Saturday's Black & Gold exhibition game, has adjusted to a new swing and colder weather.
Russian students at MU expressed a mix of pride and reservations about the Olympic Games in Sochi.
Cuba is a land of contrasts, where the old accompanies the new. But when the "old" is former President Fidel Castro and his socialistic views and the "new" is President Raul Castro and his capitalistic spin, where will Cuba find the balance?
Money would go toward equipment replacement and new facilities for the fire district. The issue will go to voters April 8.
Wanda Ridgeway of Moberly died Saturday, February 8, 2014. She was 74.
Craig Scott said his daughter prefers long distances and is likely to be more confident going ahead.
MU student Daniel Shapiro reflects on the community's response to former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam's announcement on Sunday that he is gay.
With almost a full season of college basketball under their belts, how have Missouri's freshmen progressed?
About 1 inch of snow expected in Columbia on Friday morning could make roads slick for morning commuters.
Here's a look at some Olympic athletes and their conscious or unconscious use of their tongues.
Bird-watchers plan to crisscross town counting birds Saturday morning for the Great Backyard Bird Count. Reservations are not required.
Wanda Ridgeway was born Aug. 24, 1939, in Clark. She died Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014. She was 74.
The purchase could potentially power about one-third of homes in Columbia.