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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.

Edwards touts health care, economic polices in Missouri stop

During a campaign stop in Jefferson City, Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards told supporters to “create a tidal wave of change.”

Huckabee says he needs Missouri win

In his speech today in Jefferson City, Huckabee stressed the importance of wins in states holding primaries on Feb. 5.

Rock Bridge girls' basketball team faces high scoring McCluer South-Berkeley on Tuesday

The Rock Bridge girls basketball team looks to win its third straight in a difficult nonconference game today at McCluer South-Berkeley.

Romney, McCain to make campaign stops in Missouri

Republican presidential candidates John McCain and Mitt Romney will make campaign stops Friday and Saturday in Missouri.

Margaret Truman Daniel, President Truman’s only child, dies

She was a writer and singer as well as an honorary co-chair of the Harry S. Truman Library Institute in Independence.

Republican presidential candidate Romney to visit Mo.

Details about his visit are still being worked out, but stops are likely to be scheduled in St. Louis and southwest Missouri.

Rep. Hulshof announces bid for governor

U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof, who is serving his sixth term for Missouri's 9th Congressional District, announced Tuesday he will run for governor.

Convictions remain unchanged by court hearings

Voter photo identification, lethal injections and a senator’s drunk driving arrest are still sparking controversy.

Team quiet about Hannah's broken jaw

Few details given about how the Tigers guard was injured Sunday morning at a Columbia night club.

MU gymnast returns to balance beam

Brooke Boehmer posts personal bests in a recent competition after sitting out last year with an injury.

Former MU coach Larry Smith dies

Mr. Smith, who led the Missouri football team for seven seasons, died Monday, Jan. 28, 2008 in Tuscon, Ariz. He was 68.

House Dems education plan targets school violence

The House Democrats’ bill would allocate $1.5 million to the state Education Department for a center for school safety and school violence prevention.

In his final State of the Union, Bush addresses slumping economy, stresses patience in Iraq

President Bush, standing before Congress one last time, urged the nation Monday night to persevere against gnawing fears of recession and stay patient with the long, grinding war in Iraq. He pressed Congress to quickly pass a plan to rescue the economy.

Council urged to treat visioning strategies equally

Visioning Committee members Jeffrey Williams and M. Dianne Drainer turned the plans laid out by citizens over to the City Council and asked it not to set any specific priorities among the 118 listed strategies.

Rock Bridge wrestler secures 100th win, looks for more

After four years on the varsity team, Kyle Lewis reaches a milestone in his athletic career.

Clinton calls for immigrants to “step out of the shadows”

Chelsea Clinton spoke, on behalf of her mother, about a path that would allow immigrants to become citizens by paying a fine and paying back taxes as a percentage of their income over a period of time.

Convicted sex offender sentenced to maximum 14 years

In November, a Boone County jury found Eric P. Saverson guilty of sexual assault and deviate sexual assault.

Controversy continues around Athena Night Club, neighbors react

Recurring disturbances at Athena Night Club lead to concern for the neighborhood’s atmosphere

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