Missouri tennis falls short against Kentucky, blanks Bradley

Missouri women's tennis fell 4-2 to Kentucky on Sunday at the Green Tennis Center, making the Tigers 0-4 on the season in Southeastern Conference play. The team bounced back with a 7-0 non-conference win against Bradley later in the day.

Missouri fell to 0-4 in Southeastern Conference play on Sunday with a 4-2 loss to Kentucky. Later in the day, the Tigers beat Bradley 7-0 in a non-conference match to move to 5-10 overall.

Handlers, dogs compete at Columbia Kennel Club dog show

Around 1,000 dogs and their owners traveled to Columbia this weekend for the annual Columbia Kennel Club dog show. Kamryn Ure and her pug, Prince, took third place in a competition for young handlers Sunday.

MULTIMEDIA: Men's choruses perform tribute to Harvey Milk

The Heartland Men's Chorus of Kansas City and the Gateway Men's Chorus of St. Louis performed a rehearsal of "I Am Harvey Milk," a collection of songs about gay rights icon Harvey Milk.


School Board expected to hear update on nature school, superintendent search

The proposed nature school would allow fifth-grade students to spend a year at a school in Rock Bridge Memorial State Park.

University Village residents question safety since walkway collapse

After a walkway collapsed at University Village two weeks ago, residents are faced with the decision to stay in their apartments or move elsewhere. Many worry about the safety of the walkways.

Lapses in judgment help sink Missouri baseball in Sunday loss

The Tigers couldn't finish off the series sweep and fell 2-1 to Southern Mississippi on Sunday. Errors and poor hitting hurt the team.

THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Piano duel recreated; Rock Bridge basketball loses

This week, a piano duel and athletic triumph and loss caught the attention of Missourian photographers.

THE WEEK'S MOST READ STORIES: Missouri's Zach Price prepares for next season

Basketball player Zach Price is sitting out this year's season after transferring to Missouri from Louisville. His story attracted the most online traffic this week.

Missouri softball loses first SEC series to Texas A&M

The Tigers fell 4-3 in eight innings in Game 3 of the series, losing their first Southeastern Conference series to the Aggies.

Student reports rape early Sunday morning

The female student reported being raped in the 800 block of Richmond Avenue either late Saturday or early Sunday, according to a Clery Release issued by MU police Sunday afternoon.

Columbia man, 23, dies in I-70 car crash

Jordan Elam of Columbia died Saturday morning in a car crash in Saline County on I-70. Two other Columbia residents were injured.

FROM READERS: Safe and Sober sensitizes teenagers to dangers of alcohol

MU student Garrett Adams has been a contract speaker for the statewide program Safe and Sober since 2013. He talks to teenagers about the dangers and risks associated with underage drinking.

PHOTO GALLERY: The weekend in high school basketball

On Saturday, the Rock Bridge Bruins defeated the Hickman Kewpies in girls basketball and the Tolton boys lost their game against Canton. The day before, the Hickman boys claimed a district championship.

Vietnam says it might have found missing jet's door

An object suspected of being a door of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was spotted in the waters on Sunday. The flight disappeared early Saturday morning with 239 people on board.

Missouri school transfer law proposals seek options close to home

State lawmakers are looking to control out-of-district transfers by redirecting students at struggling schools to high-performing ones in their home districts, if space is available.