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Quarterback taking charge at Nebraska

In an unheard-of role for the Nebraska football team, quarterback Sam Keller’s arm is carrying the load for the Cornhuskers

Cougars midfielder ready to take another shot

Columbia College’s Sam Gelven had his leg shattered last season, but he’s back for his senior season, chasing his dreams of a professional soccer career.

Keeping an eye on the circus

The 70-year-old Carson & Barnes circus came to Columbia on Monday.

New lineup nets win for Cougars soccer team

COLUMBIA — It took 10 games for the Columbia College men’s soccer team to find a dominating lineup, but the Cougars finally achieved it with a 3-1 victory Wednesday over Illinois-Springfield.

Hickman boys soccer team defeats Rock Bridge

Hickman's 2-1 victory against Rock Bridge on Wednesday improved the Kewpies' record in Class 3 District 2 play to 4-0.

MU football player arrested on suspicion of assault

Gilbert Moye, a reserve safety, is accused of punching his roommate on the chin after a fight in a residence hall.

Police investigate racially offensive graffiti in MU building

COLUMBIA — MU police are investigating the appearance of racially offensive graffiti in the bathroom of a university classroom building.

Wal-Mart goes green, speaker at MU says

Wal-Mart executive Beth Schommer of the MU Department of Textile and Apparel Management discussed Wal-Mart’s new environmentally friendly strategy in a lecture Wednesday.

Circus veteran regales crowd with real-life tales

Having traveled from the south of California to the north of Maine, Gale Fuller has vivid memories of his years with the circus. As he painted stories of his past for nearly 30 intent listeners, Fuller made the words come alive.

Feds sifting through steroid customer lists

The end-users identified in Operation Raw Deal, an international black market steroid sting, could be criminally prosecuted.

Monkey business is not new to Columbia

A brief breakdown story of a monkey that eluded capture on campus back in May of 1943.

Study floats idea of I-70 truck-only lanes

Missouri has received federal funding to study the logistics of adding truck-only lanes to Interstate 70, but its $3.5 billion estimated cost is not currently in MoDOT’s budget.

Officials search for monkey's owner

Officials are trying to locate the owner of a monkey that bit a 7-year-old boy in Stephens Lake Park on Saturday.

UM System Board of Curators discusses general counsel search

Members of the Board of Curators met Wednesday to discuss the search for a new general counsel.

UM System Board of Curators meets for general counsel search

Members of the Board of Curators are meeting today to discuss the search for a new general counsel.

Local View: Gov. Matt Blunt and the Sunshine Law

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