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Man shot by BB gun

Larry Creason, 45, was shot by a BB gun Sunday near his home after he yelled at a speeding car to slow down.

Tigers' offense shows flaws

The offensive line, running backs and quarterback all struggled in the Missouri football team's worst offensive showing of the season against Oklahoma on Saturday.

Pumpkin festival draws 30,000 visitors

Hartsburg seems to have the “it” factor.

“We don’t know what makes the festival work, but we’re doing something right,” Jo Hackman, pumpkin farmer and Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival committee member, said.

Big 12 North put back in its place

After stunning victories over Oklahoma and Texas last week, the Big 12 Conference's North division again fell behind the ever-dominant South on Saturday, winning just two of six games.

Chiefs' Johnson finds his form

Larry Johnson the Chiefs' struggling running back turned in just his second 100-yard rushing performance of the season and scored the Chiefs’ first rushing touchdown all season, helping Kansas City hold off the Bengals.

MU tennis players net doubles title

Missouri tennis players Chrissy Svetlic and Mallory Weber won the doubles title Sunday at the Mizzou Invitational.

PET project holds open house

The Personal Energy Transportation project is an interfaith organization sends vehicles to people around the world who cannot or have never walked.

Ravens rout Rams

It was a rout waiting to happen. The winless St. Louis Rams and their depleted offense against a defense eager to prove that it’s still the best in the NFL.

MU soccer team suffers first Big 12 loss

Oklahoma State defeated the No. 5 Missouri soccer team 2-1 on a Kasey Langdon goal in the fourth minute of overtime Sunday at Walton Stadium dropping the Tigers to 4-1 in the Big 12 Conference.

Gone fishin' — for a career

Bill Youmans, fresh off a fisheries internship in the Great Smoky Mountains, casts a few lines in a pond near his mother’s Columbia home.

Kite enthusiasts celebrate One Sky One World

Kite fliers from all over Missouri gathered in Columbia to celebrate a day to promote peace across the world.

MU professor active in revitalizing Missouri's downtowns

Downtown architecture key to a community’s identity but is often overlooked, says specialist who is helping Missouri towns restore and maintain their downtowns.

District looking to clean up alleys

Six dumpsters will be removed from an alley as part of a 60-day test to find out if it will make downtown alleys cleaner and more people-friendly.

Poor Missourians need safety net

With all the medical expenses not covered by Medicaid, people do not have enough money to live on.

Downtown business owner sees alley entrances as boon to business

A leading downtown property owner believes alley entrances have the potential to create more lucrative use of the space in many downtown buildings.

Homecoming parade to take new route

To allow more room for the floats, the homecoming parade will take a different route this year.

Alumni share Homecoming memories

As Tigers return for this week's festivities, five MU alumni share their favorite Homecoming memories.

Tigers taming hunger for Homecoming

Student volunteers collected food for the needy last week as part of the annual Homecoming philanthropy activities.

You’ve come a long way, Truman!

MU's mascot has undergone several design changes since being selected in 1890.

‘For All We Call Mizzou’ campaign nears $1 billion

As the "For All We Call Mizzou" campaign nears its goal, organizers say they will not actively seek donations during Homecoming.

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