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McCain pushes for GOP command on Super Tuesday; Clinton, Obama battle for Democrats

Sen. John McCain seized command of the race for the Republican presidential nomination early Wednesday, winning delegate-rich primaries from the East Coast to California. Democratic rivals Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in an epic struggle.

Dressler leads Bruins over Liberty

Paris twins figure to be tall order for Tigers

No. 11 Oklahoma comes to Mizzou Arena on Wednesday, led by Courtney and Ashley Paris, a set of impressive junior twins.

Nationwide scramble of primaries and caucuses

Eager voters showed up to vote in 24 states, some even before the polls opened.

Freshman forward, team defense propel Columbia College past Missouri Baptist

Freshman Jessica James’ career night led the Columbia College women’s basketball team to a 77-63 win over Missouri Baptist.

Absentee ballot results released

The Boone County Clerk's Office has tallied another round of ballots in the presidential primary.

Super Tuesday voters find machine hiccups and delays, but voting goes smoothly

Despite the occurrence of a few problems at polls around the country, Super Tuesday voting procedures have gone well.

Trio of pitchers hope summer success translates to regular season

The MU Baseball team started practice last week with their highest preseason rank in the team’s history.

Hickman athletes to sign intent letters

Local athletes signing letters of intent to play in college.

Keon Lawrence has a career night in Missouri’s loss to Kansas

The Tigers might not have played well as a team, but the sophomore guard put together one of his best games of his career.

Education Committee debates Brooker Act

During a one-hour discussion of the issue on Tuesday, the House Higher Education Committee heard multiple witnesses’ opinions of the controversial House Bill 1315, known as the Emily Brooker Higher Education Sunshine Act.

LGBT event reveals eating disorder and body image issues

Body image issues have long been a problem in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, but people have yet to fully realize the extent of it.

School district creates committee to comment on math curriculum

The district has invited 34 Columbia residents to advise the school district about the K-12 math curriculum.

Americans vote overseas

Americans seeking a change in foreign policy and a new national image abroad flocked to churches in Rome, town halls in England and an Irish pub in Hong Kong on Tuesday to vote in a Democrats Abroad primary.

Hickman High School students vote in mock election

The fact that a majority of Hickman High School students fall short of the voting age didn’t stop them from making their voices heard Tuesday morning.

Chief Justice argues in favor of non-partisan selection of judges

Chief Justice Laura Stith defended the state’s non-partisan court plan Tuesday in her State of the Judiciary address to the Missouri General Assembly

3 Missouri districts hold special election for open House seats

JEFFERSON CITY — Voters in three eastern Missouri House districts went to the polls Tuesday to select replacements for lawmakers who resigned for new job opportunities or a criminal conviction.

Bambino's owner searching for new location

Bambino's Italian Cafe's lease ends in two years; a residential property will not be the future home of the restaurant as planned.

Blunt nominates St. Joseph resident for MOHELA board

JEFFERSON CITY — A St. Joseph businesswoman has been picked to help manage the state's student loan authority.

Track election returns using these Web sites

Use this Web sites to keep track of election results as polls close tonight.

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