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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri wrestling advances to final round of Cliff Keen National Duals

The Missouri wrestling team won 27-13against Maryland on Sunday during the Cliff Keen National Duals at Hearnes Center. The team also won against Purdue and advances to the final round of the tournament next weekend at the University of Minnesota.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri loses to Arkansas in final minute

Despite holding a 4-point lead in the final minute, Missouri came up short Saturday against Arkansas, losing 73-71.

PHOTO GALLERY: Residents participate in Polar Plunge

On Saturday, residents plunged into Stephens Lake to raise money for the Special Olympics. The Polar Plunge is an annual event held around country to raise money for the Special Olympics. Many people and teams dressed up and brought their animals.

PHOTO GALLERY: James Franklin leads students in "Mizzou Harlem Shake" dance

About 200 students danced for the filming of the "Mizzou Harlem Shake" video led by Missouri quarterback James Franklin on Saturday afternoon on the Francis Quadrangle.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri senior Nathan McCormick wrestles at practice

Missouri wrestler Nathan McCormick, brother of two former Missouri wrestlers, has high hopes entering tournament season.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman girls basketball loses to St. Joseph's Academy

Hickman lost 54-37 on Friday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge beats Rockhurst

The Rock Bridge boys basketball beat Rockhurst 79-47 on Friday night.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hundreds injured after meteorite falls in Russia

A meteorite streaked across the sky of Russia's Ural Mountains on Friday morning, causing a sharp explosion and injuring about 100 people, many of whom were hurt by broken glass.

PHOTO GALLERY: Could a Missouri native be the next pope?

Pope Benedict XVI resigned after announcing declining health, and eyes have turned to Timothy Dolan as a possibility for the first American pope.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri sophomore diver battles through injuries

Missouri diver Loren Figueroa is battling knee, shoulder and foot injuries on her way to the SEC Championships.

PHOTO GALLERY: Students make condom roses for Valentines Day at booth promoting safe sex

PHOTO GALLERY: Allen's Flowers prepares for Valentine's Day orders

Allen's Flowers employees spent Wednesday night and into Thursday morning preparing arrangements for Valentine's Day deliveries.

PHOTO GALLERY: MU wrestling takes on SIU Edwardsville at Senior Night meet

On Senior Night, the Missouri wrestling team beat Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville 43-3 at Hearnes Center.

PHOTO GALLERY: MU Veterinary school shows mules at Francis Quad

The Missouri Mule Team of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Truman the Tiger posed for photos with the mule carriage for their 2013 publication on Wednesday at Francis Quadrangle.

PHOTO GALLERY: Worshippers in Columbia celebrate Ash Wednesday

The St. Thomas More Newman Center and Sacred Heart Catholic Church celebrated Ash Wednesday Mass. Worshippers prayed, took Communion and received a cross of ashes on their foreheads in honor of the day. First Christian Church also observed Ash Wednesday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia College women's basketball defeats Hannibal-LaGrange Tuesday night

Columbia College won 73-65 Tuesday evening against Hannibal-LaGrange.

PHOTO GALLERY: Obama gives State of the Union address

President Barack Obama urged the GOP to back his plans in the State of the Union address Tuesday during a joint session of Congress in Washington.

PHOTO GALLERY: Former Missouri player Anthony Peeler had a storied career with the Tigers

Anthony Peeler, who is currently an assistant coach at Division II Virginia Union University, has always wanted to coach for his alma mater, Missouri.

PHOTO GALLERY: Animal grooming store sees many clients

All Dogs-N-Cats, an animal grooming shop in Columbia, had many animals throughout the day in the store including the store cat, Bob, and employee Natalie Buckowitz's dog, Talon, on Monday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Mississippi State knocks off Missouri

The Missouri women's basketball team played in the annual Play4Kay game on Sunday at Mizzou Arena. The Play4Kay game helps raise awareness about breast cancer and the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Mississippi State beat Missouri 61-56.
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