It took John Robinson more than 10 years, 250,000 miles of road and 8,000 gallons of gas to cover all of the back roads of Missouri. He recounts his adventures in two books — the second was released in November.
After MU's win on Saturday, Tigers fans quickly snatched up the 16,000 available tickets for the SEC Championship. Now, thousands of fans are preparing to make the journey to Atlanta.
Dozens of supporters of the plan for Douglass Park came to the council meeting Monday. The council approved the plan, and the first phase will be implemented with $100,000 in funding.
MU assistant professor Michelle Teti gave cameras to 30 HIV-positive women and told them to take whatever photographs they wanted.
Columbia residents enjoyed fishing through the Winter Trout Fishing Program at Cosmo-Bethel Park. The program is catch and release through Jan. 31.
Construction on the parking garage began in June 2012. It contains 420 spaces.
There have been 10 reported influenza infections in Boone County so far this flu season.
Julie Wentz is the director at the Mizzou Animal Cancer Care center and manages radiation and chemotherapy treatments.
A woman was burned while trying to extinguish the fire. She was transported to University Hospital.
Learn about Columbia through social websites such as TripAdvisor and Yelp, and see what previous guests and locals find to be the best restaurants and attractions.
The school is using Twitter as a learning tool in its classrooms to connect with students and parents.
There is no typical day for a fish biologist. One day, Finley might be in the field collecting fish samples for surveys. Another day, he is helping crews on the Missouri River with pallid sturgeon recovery. Sometimes he is in his office, completing paperwork.
THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Missouri football beats Texas A&M; volunteers preserve Almeta Crayton's Everyone Eats
This week, Missourian photographers took images of Missouri football's win over Texas A&M, Rock Bridge football's loss in the state championship game and the Everyone Eats annual Thanksgiving meal.
The anticipation of Missouri's game against Texas A&M grabbed the attention of Missourian readers this week.
A comedic church service gives advice on college life and allows students to ask questions live.
A man cycling along Route E on Saturday afternoon noticed a fire spreading toward a mobile home. He helped save a disabled woman from the fire, but the trailer was destroyed.
Fusion Pathways founder Trinity Reese teaches black women to live healthy and "dream big."
Matt Murrie and Andrew McHugh want society to be more curious and ask more questions. Their goal is to challenge common viewpoints, boost curiosity and encourage innovative thinking.
The football team plays Blue Springs at 7:30 p..m. Friday in St. Louis.
Two people are dead after a car crossed the median heading northbound on Missouri 124 and struck a pickup truck head-on. The driver of the car has been taken to University Hospital with serious injuries.