University of Missouri Sets New Policies in Wake of ProtestsThe new policies, developed over the past 15 months, include a commitment to ``protecting the rights of expression, assembly, protest, and dissent.''
Missouri Fraternity Challenges Carrie Underwood During Blues PlayoffsThe Sigma Pi fraternity from Columbia, Missouri is calling out the country singer and placing their bet.
Mizzou Doctor Says Plastics Are Causing Health ProblemsEveryday plastics contain trace amounts of chemicals that can cause cancer, infertility and other conditions.
Mizzou Interim Chancellor Headed to New YorkDr. Hank Foley is going to the New York Institute of Technology as its new president.
VIDEO: Cuonzo Martin on Mizzou-Illini Rivalry, Possible Games Against Kansas, SLUMizzou's new head coach was in studio Tuesday talking about his plans for the Tiger's Men's Basketball team.
Mizzou Football Adopts Clear Bag RuleThe only bags allowed inside Faurot Field will have to be clear and not exceed a certain size.
AUDIO: Cuonzo Martin Sees STL's Importance to MizzouMissouri basketball coach Cuonzo Martin, already immersed in his new job, plans to spend a lot of time in St. Louis for his recruiting and community efforts.
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.
How a Cancer Scare Shaped New Mizzou Coach Cuonzo Martin's LifeA cancer scare for Missouri's new coach 20 years ago largely affects how he coaches and lives today.
UPDATE: Mizzou Hires Cuonzo Martin as Basketball Head CoachMartin has coached the University of California Golden Bears for the last three seasons and is 62-39 in that time.
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.
UM System Will End Incentives Program for AdministratorsMissouri System President Mun Choi made the announcement Friday after an audit found that top administrators had received $1.2 million in bonuses from an executive incentives program over the last three years.