ESPN's Fran Fraschilla: 'Kim Anderson makes perfect sense' for Missouri

Amid questions regarding Kim Anderson's viability as Missouri's new men's basketball coach, ESPN analyst Fran Fraschilla thinks Anderson is the right person for the job.

Kim Anderson had a whirlwind journey to Columbia

It started with a bike ride and ended with his phone constantly buzzing in his pocket. Kim Anderson, former Missouri basketball player, is the new Missouri men's basketball coach.

Task force recommends ways campuses can curb sexual assault

The report will help ensure the safety and security of all students, faculty and staff of University of Missouri System campuses, UM President Tim Wolfe said.


Kim Anderson: Defense is key for Missouri men's basketball

Missouri's new men's basketball coach Kim Anderson says that he wants to play a smart, hard-nosed brand of basketball on the defensive end of the court.

Les Bourgeois winery, Jonny Ver Planck distillery launch craft rum

The line, Planck & Anchor Distillers, will include gin and vodka, as well.

Columbia police receive sexual assault kit related to November assault

The MU Police Department retrieved a sexual assault kit Monday night and turned it over to the Columbia Police Department. The assault occurred in an unnamed MU fraternity house in November.

COMO YOU KNOW: Kim Anderson, Missouri men's basketball coach

Kim Anderson is the new head coach for the Missouri's men's basketball team. He played for Missouri from 1973-77 and is ranked among the school's top-20, all-time scorers.

MU students, community have chance to 'meet' their meat

Meet Your Meat offers the community an opportunity to view cattle used in the beef production process as well as learn about farming and nutrition.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Let's say no to roll carts

Roll carts are not a good solution for everyone.

Adult kickball league provides Friday night fun

Members of the community gather Friday nights after work at Cosmo-Bethel Park's softball field to play kickball.

Rock Bridge soccer player Breta Phillips comes back stronger after 30-foot fall

Breta Phillips fell 30 feet from a rocky ledge in Rock Bridge Memorial State Park in November 2012. The Rock Bridge senior has worked hard to find her way back to the soccer field.

GUEST COMMENTARY: The high price of cheap chicken

Chicken is cheaper from a poultry plant than a local farmer. The difference is not only in the economics of scale, but also in the way birds are slaughtered.

Hickman Relays bring familiar faces, odd races to Kewpie, Spartan seasons

Hickman and Battle competed in the Hickman Relays on Tuesday. Scores weren't recorded for individuals or teams at the competition.

Missouri baseball steals much-needed win in extra innings

The Missouri baseball team stole a win from in-state rival Southeast Missouri State with some late game heroics from Eric Anderson.

Exonerated Missouri man speaks about wrongful conviction after 25 years on death row

Reggie Griffin, who was convicted of capital murder in 1988 after allegedly stabbing a Moberly Correctional Center inmate, was the fourth Missouri man to be exonerated. Now, he said he harbors no negative feelings toward his experiences in prison and on death row, but uses them to teach others.

Tori Finucane lives up to her awards in win against Creighton

After the Tigers won a strange Game 1 11-6 against Creighton on Tuesday, Tori Finucane entered to pitch a near perfect 2-1 Game 2.

Tolton baseball bashes way to 23-7 win

The game was stopped after five innings due to the mercy rule.

Mizzou Reads program to be discontinued

Lack of faculty and staff participation and growing freshman enrollment numbers resulted in the discontinuation of the program.

NBA bans Donald Sterling from league for life

The sanctions come after the Clippers owner confirmed making racially insensitive comments on tape to a companion.

Cool weather postpones Stephens Lake Park Amphitheater concert

The concert has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. May 8.