advertisement

Articles

Storms' final call: Missouri long distance runner could run final indoor meet at SEC Championships

As a junior, Missouri's Max Storms paces himself during an 8k race at the MU XC Challenge on Sept. 10, 2011, at A.L. Gustin Golf Course. Storms places first in the race with a time of 26:43.07.

Missouri distance runner Max Storms will compete in his last meet for the Tigers this weekend. His passion has left a mark on the program that will last long after the meet ends.

University Village walkway had 'severe rusting,' investigation says

A death investigation report from the MU Police Department detailed eye-witness accounts from emergency personnel at the University Village walkway collapse.

Outside shooting key as Missouri women's basketball wraps up season

Missouri women's basketball team has lived and died by the 3-pointer for the past few seasons. With two regular season games and a conference tournament to go, the Tigers' shooters must impress if they hope to qualify for the NCAA tournament.

Tim Wolfe attends session on sexual assault in Washington, D.C.

Wolfe and 19 other university presidents talked with senior White House officials about how to prevent future assaults on campus.

Global warming experts report worsening conditions

Researchers at the National Academy of Sciences and London's Royal Society released a report Thursday that looks into the negative effects of global warming on nature and human society.

Columbia Fire Department announces plans for Britt's memorial service

Columbia Fire Department Battalion Chief Brad Fraizer announced at a press conference that the memorial service for Columbia Fire Department's Lt. Bruce Britt will be a large-scale event involving many firefighters' traditions.

True/False Film Fest 2014: Fact, fiction and everything in between

True/False Film Fest's founders, David Wilson and Paul Sturtz, explore the middle ground between nonfiction and fiction storytelling in this year's festival.

Lange Middle School Minority Achievement Committee Scholars hosts Mandela tribute

The third-annual Black History Month event honored Nelson Mandela while raising money for educational field trips to Kansas City and St. Louis.

Missouri executes killer Michael Taylor

The Missouri inmate convicted of abducting, raping and fatally stabbing a Kansas City teenager nearly 25 years ago was executed Wednesday.

Mayor's Task Force evaluate community policing but take no action

The Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence discussed community policing and neighborhood watch programs, but did not make any formal recommendations at its Wednesday meeting.

Arizona governor vetoes religious freedom bill

Gov. Jan Brewer said she gave the legislation careful deliberation in talking to her lawyers, citizens and lawmakers on both sides of the debate. But Brewer said the bill "could divide Arizona in ways we could not even imagine and no one would ever want." The bill was broadly worded and could result in unintended negative consequences, she added.

 

Missouri baseball downed by Campbell

Missouri baseball's offense came to life too late in a 6-3 loss Wednesday. The Tigers have now lost four straight.

Term 'mid-major' in hoops finally dies of old age

RIP, "mid-major." It was a good run.

DAVID ROSMAN: Death of loved ones brings mortality into sharper focus

Recent deaths of loved ones, and the death of a Columbia Fire Department firefighter this week, reflect the realness of mortality.

Chancellor Loftin focuses on making MU a model land-grant university

MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin discusses MU's land-grant standing, fundraising, building relationships with faculty and more.

Missouri track and field athletes ready for SEC Championships

Missouri's track and field teams will face tough SEC competition in Texas this weekend.

 

Stephens fur exhibit opens with style

The exhibit showcases some of Stephens College's 300 fur pieces, a few dating back to the late 1800s.

BATTLE RISING: Students audition for school's first talent show

Battle High School will hold its first talent show this spring.

Men's college basketball conferences heating up late in season

With two weeks left in the regular season, men's basketball conferences still have plenty left up in the air.

Janis M. Jacobson worked for the Fisher Corporation for 42 years

Friends remember her for her strength and humor.

advertisements