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Energy, attitude stands out against Oklahoma

Missouri's RaeShara Brown is blocked by Oklahoma's Danielle Robinson and Ashley Paris during the first half of Wednesday night's game.

Despite struggling throughout the Big 12 season, the Missouri women’s basketball team almost sprung a gigantic upset over the No. 10 Sooners on Wednesday.

ASUM sets priorities for legislative session

The Associated Students of the University of Missouri wants to make textbooks affordable and get voting privileges for the student curator on the UM System Board of Curators.

Columbia College guard far from home

Miroslav Lukic’s journey to Columbia College took two years and 6,000 miles. Now that he’s there, he’s making a name for himself.

Tigers feeling battered after tough stretch

After playing three games over a span of six days, the Tigers returned to practice Wednesday with plenty of time to prepare for Saturday’s game against Texas A&M.

A surprised Carl Edwards honored in Columbia

Columbia native and NASCAR driver Carl Edwards was honored Wednesday with a new billboard on Interstate 70 and a proposal to rename part of Route WW Carl Edwards Drive.

Quarterback Gabbert headlines MU’s strong recruiting class

MU signed 23 recruits on Wednesday for the NCAA Signing Day, ranking third in Big 12 recruiting.

Camaraderie keeps Tigers' Gold in gymnastics

MU vaulter Alex Gold quit gymnastics in ninth grade. The time away only showed her how much the sport meant to her.

Bluffdale residents oppose proposed Hinkson Creek Trail

Most residents worry that the trail, which is part of the GetAbout Columbia project, would change the character of their neighborhood.

Tigers land Pinkel's best recruiting class

The Tigers signed 23 players including seven of the top 10 players in the state of Missouri on national signing day Wednesday, led by the signing of quarterback Blaine Gabbert.

House proposes legislation to tighten state immigration laws

The proposed legislation would require employers to check more thoroughly into new employees’ immigration status.

Tigers lose close one to Oklahoma

Missouri women's basketball team down by three points with under a minute to go, but Sooners hold out for a 64-57 victory.

Social critic to speak at MU Black History Month event

Radio show host Michael Eric Dyson was chosen to speak because of his ability to relate to students and discuss issues that pertain to the younger generation, according to MU’s black studies program.

DeStephen fueled by historic quest

Greg DeStephen, the top MU male diver, is fueled by an impressive competitive drive and seeks to beat his opposition, including MU divers from the past.

Local high school athletes announce college choices

Student-athletes from three area schools continue their athletic careers at colleges across the country.

Columbia College hopes to stop Missouri Baptist scoring duo

Cougars will try to slow down Brandon Bishop and Bret Wilson in a rematch of a game that Columbia College won in overtime earlier in the season.

Deposit bag stolen from gas station

A deposit bag containing $5,294 was stolen earlier this week from the Fast Lane gas station at 220 N. Tenth St., said Columbia police Capt. Mike Martin.

Obama, Clinton will split Missouri delegates

Despite Barack Obama’s slight majority in the statewide vote, Obama and Hillary Clinton will end up splitting the Missouri delegates.

Marking the start of Lent

For many Christians around the world, Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent.

Complaint filed against Universal Utilities

The Missouri Public Service Commission filed a complaint against the company, saying that it provided water metering and billing services without authority in two Boone County mobile home parks.

Sewer and storm water work to close streets

Several streets will be closed or blocked through May as the city repairs storm drains.

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