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Stephens College drops to 1-6

Stars lose to York (Neb.) College 60-41 in Days Inn Tournament.

Columbia College women's basketball team loses

The Cougars will host NAIA defending champs Monday.

Columbia College men's basketball wins again

The Cougars win for the second-straight game and are now 4-1 on the season.

Columbia College volleyball loses

But the Cougars will still play in NAIA National Championship beginning Nov. 28

Missouri volleyball loses to Texas A&M

Norm Stewart one of 12 to be inducted into National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame

The induction ceremony will take place Sunday at the College Basketball Experience building, inside the new Sprint Center in Kansas City.

UM gets average marks from sustainability group

The UM System earned a C overall on its College Sustainability Report Card, up from a C- last year. The report is generated by the Massachusetts-based nonprofit Sustainable Endowments Institute.

Not getting a flu shot? It may cost you.

Health professionals warn that failing to get a flu shot may lead to long-term problems.

Rios brought to Boone County Jail

Former Columbia police Officer Steven Rios had been held at the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Stillwater in Bayport, Minn., since his 2005 first-degree murder conviction.

Community Thanksgiving dinner feeds an estimated 400 people

The idea of a community dinner came to Glenn Cobbins, the center’s community outreach director, while he was incarcerated in prison nine years ago. He said he decided he was going to find a way to give back to all the families he hurt as a drug dealer.

COMMENTARY: Missouri finally ready to talk about Kansas

Next Saturday’s ‘Game of the Century’ between No. 3 Kansas and No. 5 Missouri begins a three-team playoff with a national-title berth at stake.

Man shot multiple times at northeast Columbia home

The victim told police he was shot by two men while at his home. The victim shot back at the suspects, but it is unknown if either were hit.

Tournament mentality returning for Missouri basketball

After years of bad performances in tournaments, the Missouri basketball team could finally be back on the winning side.

Maclin ends touchdown return drought for Missouri

Jeremy Maclin’s touchdown return on a Kansas State kickoff was the Tigers first since 1982.

MU-KU football tickets now selling for $400 and up

Fans are turning to the Web in a last-ditch effort to score tickets.

Former Columbians get money laundering added to charges against them

Federal money laundering charges were added Friday against two former Columbia men accused of scamming $2 million from investors.

ESPN The Magazine tour brings Heisman to Manhattan

The ESPN The Magazine Gridiron Blowout 2007 stopped in Manhattan, Kan., on Saturday, allowing tailgaters a chance to see the coveted award.

Police name suspect in assault, robbery

The suspect, 39-year-old James S. Pitucha, is wanted on suspicion of second-degree assault and attempted kidnapping, police said.

Holiday parade

Columbia's Holiday Parade will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday.

Woman abducted, raped by two men, police say

Two suspects abducted and raped a victim in downtown Columbia early Saturday morning while she was entering her car, Columbia police said.

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