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Suspensions will cause matchup problems against Nebraska

With five players suspended, Missouri's basketball team will need to find new ways to contend with Cornhuskers.

Temple drops athletic appeal

Temple will test his worth in the NFL.

Italian transfer joins Missouri tennis team

Jessica Giuggioli joins Missouri, after transferring from Kentucky.

Missouri women lose to Texas A&M

Boone County's alternative sentencing program extends space in new location

Boone County's alternative sentencing program moves into a bigger building.

Court upholds DWI sentence

A Columbia woman who was drunk when she caused a car crash that killed a Columbia man will not receive a new trial, a Missouri appellate court ruled Tuesday.

Major snow storm headed for Missouri

A major winter storm remains in the forecast for later this week, but forecasters Tuesday evening said the heaviest snow will probably fall in southern Missouri.

U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof announced he will enter governor’s race as a Republican candidate

U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof, R-Columbia, announced Tuesday that he will join the race for governor. He is the third Republican to enter the race since Gov. Matt Blunt announced last week that he will not seek re-election.

Tour of Missouri not stopping by Columbia this year

The Tour of Missouri, which debuted last year, will not come through Columbia this fall. The bicycle tour’s schedule conflicts with two significant events in town: the MU School of Journalism’s centennial celebration and an MU home football game.

County funds study to find route for southern connector to Gans Road

In a first step toward extending Gans Road just south of Columbia, Boone County commissioned an alignment study to find an acceptable route for the road.

Bill would bar sex offenders from university housing

Under the proposed measure, a public university would be required to perform a check of the state's sex offender registry for each housing applicant.

Edwards speaks to enthusiastic crowd

One week before the Missouri primaries, John Edwards stopped in Jefferson City to rally voters and address important issues.

Kenny Hulshof announces he will run for governor

U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof, R-Columbia, announced Tuesday that he will join the race for governor. He is the third Republican to enter the race since Gov. Matt Blunt announced last week that he will not seek re-election.

Proposed tuition increase focus point of UM Curators meeting

The University of Missouri System Board of Curators will examine a proposal at its meeting Thursday to increase tuition by the maximum allowable rate in relation to guidelines proposed by last May's MOHELA bill.

Chancellor's Forum discusses Pentagon Papers

The forum will deal with First Amendment issues related to the Pentagon Papers and their significance today.

Meth lab incidents rose in Missouri in last half of 2007, Highway Patrol says

JEFFERSON CITY — Meth lab busts are rising again in Missouri, causing lawmakers to look for new ways to discourage the illegal drug.

Tony Temple announces his MU football career is over

COLUMBIA — It turns out Tony Temple's career at Missouri is, in fact, over.

Temple announced Tuesday he will give up on any further appeals for an extra year of eligibility and focus on readying himself for the NFL draft.

"It's time to move on and focus on doing what I need to do to make a positive impression for the next level," Temple said in a statement released through the university.

5 Missouri basketball players suspended after brawl

Three days after a weekend brawl left his top scorer with a broken jaw, Missouri basketball coach Mike Anderson has suspended five players indefinitely.

Missouri legislators' votes on economic stimulus package

A summary of House votes by Missouri legislators on the $146 billion economic stimulus package, which passed Tuesday.

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