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City buses switch to emergency schedule

Columbia Transit Buses will begin operating on the weather emergency schedule at 2 p.m. today. This means that departure times will be on the half hour for scheduled end-points and on the hour from the Wabash Station. City buses will operate on this schedule until further notice.

City crews prepared, pre-treating roads

The City of Columbia’s Public Works Department has been bracing itself for the threat of an ice storm all week, department spokeswoman Mary Ellen Lea said. The city has been checking all its equipment and began pretreating roads by noon on Friday.

City power crews ready to roll

City power crews were geared up and ready to mobilize in the event that accumulating ice causes power outages.

K-State beats the weather

Saturday's 3 p.m. men's basketball game against Kansas State is still scheduled, according to the Missouri sports information office.

Inclement weather driving information

RELEASE ISSUED: 1/12/07, 6:34 PM

First-half slump dooms Tigers

Missouri needed the shot to count. They needed it for more than the three points it would have provided. They needed something, anything, to feel good about going into halftime.

UM starts search for president

Representatives from three national firms will meet in closed session with the University of Missouri Board of Curators this morning to try to convince the board that their firm should handle the university’s search for its next president.

Not enough

After Wednesday night, it’s hard to believe the All-America Honorable Mention player was on the No. 23 Texas women’s basketball team.

Surging Blues score second road triumph

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The suddenly surging St. Louis Blues are even winning on the road.

Cards sign Mulder to two-year deal

ST. LOUIS — On his way home after the St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series parade, Mark Mulder told manager Tony La Russa that he wanted the team and the town to see him at his best.

Diversity event has book by students

Those who gather this morning for Columbia’s 14th annual diversity celebration will leave with words of wisdom from the younger generation.

Once thriving, now surviving

Marian Ann Lenz used to race to the telephone office downtown after school with her friend Patty. The first one there got to run the switchboard. The office was just down the street from their school on the bustling Main Street of this tiny Cooper County town.

Blunt endorses plan to audit MOHELA

JEFFERSON CITY­ — I­n a surprise development Wednesday, Gov. Matt Blunt endorsed the proposed audit of MOHELA in a letter to State Auditor Susan Montee. Blunt also commended Montee on her efforts to audit the loan company, which has never been audited before.

Freezing rain, snow expected

Enjoy it while you can.

Durant next challenge for Missouri men

Facing Texas freshman Kevin Durant tonight in Austin, Texas, isn’t exactly what Missouri coach Mike Anderson had in mind for a follow-up to the heart-breaking loss at home against Iowa State on Saturday.

Richbow stepping to front

Toy Richbow comes off the bench as a leader of the Missouri women’s basketball team, but she’s still humble about her freshman status on the team.

Kewpies fall to Jeff City

It looked like a scene from a Rocky movie.

80 acres potential site for school

Eighty acres at the southeast corner of New Haven and Rangeline roads could become the site of a new public school.