Basketball coach tied to NCAA’s investigation of “lack of institutional control” at Miami.
Missouri is 82-4 at Mizzou Arena since 2008.
With the RHA election less than 10 days away, here's a look at the slates and their platforms.
108 women gathered to perform various monologues Saturday night.
The lawsuit involves two separate asset forfeiture cases.
The event will take place from 12 to 5 p.m. Saturday in Strickland Hall.
Rockin' Against Multiple Sclerosis hosted the first round on Monday night.
Two separate groups filmed their own versions of the viral sensation on campus.
Beattie plans to work closely with the Budget Committee.
Ben Vega and Alyssa Noce were elected to fill the positions.
The first daily American Airlines flight to Chicago from Columbia took off Thursday.
Missouri currently does not require photo ID at polling places.
The petition provides five instances supporting Erickson’s recantation.
Officers will try to save motorists’ lives with new campaign
Curtis L. Smith’s hearing is set for March 5.
McDavid and Sullivan opposed each other in the 2010 municipal election.
The two-hour event asked questions in eight different categories.
The Columbia Fire Department responded to a similar incident last month.
The Columbia Historic Preservation Commission recommended an alternative to the transportation project.
The senator spoke at the Boone County Courthouse.
Authorities won’t win Mexico’s war until they address media and culture.
Sexual dissatisfaction can’t be solved by miracle advice or by women alone.
From the Pope to Rubio, some things must change.
Filibuster use in the Senate gets uglier and uglier, and it must be stopped.
This was the first year the competition allowed the audience to live-stream performances from the Internet.
Going into Tuesday’s game against Florida, Missouri is 7-5 in SEC play.
Former Major League Soccer star publicly comes out, then retires.
Heavyweight Dom Bradley ended his career undefeated at Hearnes Center
Chelsie Stevens broke the school record in the women's 60-meter dash.
Marrissanne Lewis-Thompson sings "Rolling in the Deep" on Friday night at the Missouri Theatre. Lewis-Thompson was named champion of Mizzou Idol.
MU students dance on the Francis Quadrangle on Saturday afternoon for a viral video known as the "Harlem Shake." Students dressed up in costumes and wore obscure decorations for the video.
Students gather to bring the Harlem Shake phenomenon to MU and the world of Youtube on Saturday afternoon at Tiger Plaza and the Columns. Caitlin Wood, Lauren Pope and Monica Derbes created a Facebook event to videotape a diverse group of students.
Mizzou Spirit Week kicked off with Mizzou Trivia on Monday night in The Shack. Trivia questions were taken from categories such as MU history and TV and film.
Susan Rayl performs in the skit "My Angry Vagina" during the Vagina Monologues on Saturday in Jesse Auditorium. More than 100 women performed in order to raise awareness for domestic sexual violence.
City Council members listen to a Columbia resident during a public comment session at Monday night's meeting. Residents attended the meeting to speak out about the current Phase 1 plan of the Providence Road project that includes the acquisition and removal of eight homes.
Reverend Lennox Yearwood sways with the crowd at the Forward on Climate rally Sunday in Washington, D.C. Yearwood was one of many speakers to attend the rally, including Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and economist Tom Steyer.
Mayor Bob McDavid listens to another council member during a City Council meeting. McDavid received 54.2 percent of the vote in his last election in 2010.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., voices her support of the Violence Against Women Act, speaking to the media Friday at Boone County Courthouse. The act passed the Senate and is awaiting a vote in the House of Representatives.
If passed, legislation would require voters in Missouri to present photo identification to participate in elections. Rep. Tony Dugger, R-Hartville, sponsored two bills necessitating the use of government-issused identification to vote.
The Tigers are 1-6 on the road against Southeastern Conference teams this season. In just more than two weeks, the Tigers have lost three games due to late-game collapses.
Senior Malcolm Pennix competes in the long jump during the Missouri Collegiate Challenge on Friday afternoon at the Hearnes Center. Pennix's 7.64m jump not only earned him the win, but also shattered the previous meet record for the event.
Senior Mike Larson celebrates a win at the Beauty and the Beast meet. The No. 6 Tigers will face seven other ranked teams in the National Duals Championship this weekend.