You know it's fall when you spot bird nests, colorful foliage and Halloween decorations. It's fall in Missouri when there is also talk of Missouri football, professional football and the St. Louis Cardinals.
Oakland Junior High School will be hosting a political convention on Oct. 25 from 1 to 4 p.m. Honors students will share what they've learned through their research on local, state and national candidates.
Columbia College assistant professor of history David Karr organized a stream clean Saturday.
Jennifer Perlow, owner of PS:Gallery, talks about Catherine Armbrust's show at the George Caleb Bingham Gallery.
Karen Steger coaches three Hickman swimmers and three Rock Bridge swimmers that have state qualifying times.
MU freshman Ryan Kohn created Gameday Claps, gloves designed for fans to cheer louder for their team.
Before Thursday's vice-presidential debate, we asked MU students at a nonpartisan watch party what they thought about the candidates' personalities.
Join the MU Tiger Challenge game for the chance to win $100 to $1,000 this football season.
The exhibition was researched and created by Rebecca Dunham, former museum graduate research assistant who spent nearly a year assembling and assessing archival materials to bring the exhibition to life. Check it out online on the MU Museum of Art and Archaeology's website.
Missouri will face Alabama, the defending national champion, on Saturday. Test your knowledge of the Crimson Tide.
We invited Missouri football fans to describe, in one word, their feeling about the Tigers. Want to contribute?
Tom Wright, vice president of the Mizzou College Democrats, thinks if people aren't politically aware and don't vote they are essentially saying they don't care what happens in the country or how it will affect them.
Readers join the conversation on how effective a higher cigarette tax would be.
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Halfway through the season, Missouri is 3-3. Some say the team is just not prepared for the SEC.
Frequent contributor John Hall shares photos from the morning of the first frost.
Mahir Khan met Jayla Kemp, a Mizzou Dance Marathon Miracle Kid, and instantly knew they would be friends.
Despite a disappointing first presidential debate, citizens should still show up to the polls on Election Day to support a candidate.
We want to hear your thoughts about new proposed cigarette tax increase.
Gertrude Lavera Dawson's daughter remembers her mother's life.