AUDIO: Cuonzo Martin Says of New Mizzou Job 'This Is It For Me'In a one-on-one conversation with KMOX's Mike Kelly, Mizzou's newest head coach talked about his road to Columbia and his plans to earn a National Championship.
Missouri House Passes Charter Expansion BillA proposal that would allow charters to operate in more heavily-populated districts such as Springfield and Columbia.
Bald Eagle Injured During Missouri Tornado DiesThe department said in a news release Tuesday that the eagle found with a wing damaged in the March 6 tornado near Smithville Lake died of the injuries Sunday.
Widow Wins Lawful Death Suit in MU FireA circuit judge has approved a settlement of a lawsuit against the University of Missouri Board of Curators over a Columbia firefighter's death.
Anderson Firing No Surprise, Led Tigers to Worst 3-Year Stretch in Mizzou HistoryKim Anderson won just nine games his first season. He won 10 the next. And his inability to lure top talent from the St. Louis and Kansas City areas made things just as bleak in Year 3.
Governor Greitens Announces New Jobs with Smith and WessonSmith and Wesson is investing in a 500,000 square foot facility in the Columbia area - bringing 325 jobs.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Kirkwood Football, Tour of ChampionsAlthough 5 other football teams in Missouri can call themselves state champs, only the Pioneers received the honor from Max Preps and the Army National Guard.
Mizzou Vets Find Harmful Chemicals in Canned Pet FoodThe recommendation, limit your pets consumption of canned products.
MU Panel Wants Changes to Tuition ApproachOne of the recommendations directed toward lawmakers was to overhaul a 2007 law prohibiting state schools from raising tuition more than the Consumer Price Index annually.
University of Missouri Deals With Alcohol-Related IncidentsRecords showed six incidents involving an emergency medical response where a student didn't have to be transported to a hospital.
University of Missouri Receives Diversity RecommendationsThe task force suggests establishing an oversight council and establishing incentives for diversity training and education.
University of Missouri Reports 31 Confirmed Mumps CasesThe numbers reported Wednesday for the outbreak were almost double the 17 cases that had been confirmed last week.