Some mid-Missourians say they think being involved in politics is critically important. To find out what drives them, we're asking people about their political motivation and involvement.
Braving the early morning start and cold autumn temperatures was worth it for some Missouri football fans as the Tigers clinched their first Southeastern Conference win against Kentucky.
Missouri fans took to their social media pages to express their excitement about Missouri's 101st Homecoming game. People were excited to be in Columbia, but a little groggy with the early morning start.
Missouri football fans enjoyed the annual Homecoming parade Saturday morning before the Tigers' game against Kentucky.
A Columbia couple plans to celebrate in Branson.
The Mizzou Archery club hosted the USIAC 3D Nationals last weekend, where two Missouri shooters won trophies for the first time ever.
Missouri will play Kentucky at 11 a.m. Saturday. How much do you know about Kentucky's football history?
Vote for the best entries in categories such as the youngest MU fan, the best RV and reflections on the Alabama game.
Joe G. Dillard, who recently published his first book, "A Full Cup of Joe," shares the story about his engagement proposal in 1959.
With temperatures reaching the 80s, the weather in Columbia felt more like summer than autumn this week. Missourian reader John Hall shares these photos he took in the respite from the cold.
Bryan P. Bradford writes about his promotion to commander of the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 202 of Columbia.
Aline Kultgen, civil liberties co-chair for the League of Women Voters of Columbia, discusses her motivations for being politically involved.
Most everyone has that one Halloween costume they'll always remember. Will you tell us about yours?
Before Monday's third and final presidential debate, we asked students at a watch party at MU about the issues they viewed as most important in the 2012 campaign.
How much do you know about local candidates and propositions on this year's ballot? Take this quiz to test your knowledge.
Missourian reader John Hall reflects on 52 years of marriage to his wife, Noel, with a sick dog, a blazing sky and a blooming cactus.
A Columbia speech-language pathologist offers fun, fall-related activities to help improve skills for children with speech and language difficulties.
The church and cemetery is an example of the many attractive country churches that dot the Cooper County landscape.
Jeremy Truitt of Columbia decided to bake a pumpkin pie from scratch with his children.
This contributor writes that he learns something different each time he attends a performance.