Few complaints about 2008 NCAA men's tournament bracket

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The inexact science of putting together the NCAA tournament bracket turned out to be pretty exact this time around.

1,000 Strong for Peace

About 1,000 people gathered at the Boone County Courthouse Square on Sunday afternoon to rally for peace and to mark the fifth anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.

Sword-wielding man arrested

John D. Sanderson, 36, of Columbia was booked into the Boone County Jail on two counts of second-degree assault on a law enforcement officer and two counts of armed criminal action.

History repeats: Doubles points key in MU tennis' win over Kansas

Explosion investigators still searching for answers

Investigators searching for the cause of an explosion Friday in the East Campus neighborhood were no closer to finding an answer by the end of the weekend.

Missouri baseball sweeps weekend series from Toledo

Contrary to popular belief, the Tigers are looking for their pitchers to cut down their strikeouts and put the ball in play early in the count.

MU softball sweeps Mizzou Classic; win streak now sits at 19

With wins over North Dakota State and Wisconsin, the Tigers are just one victory shy of tying the school record for most consecutive wins.

Analysis: Mo. lawmakers use budget to make points

Republican House members have made a political point by cutting the budget of Democratic Attorney General Jay Nixon. But it may be a dull point when it comes to state law.

Plans under way for statue to represent Columbia’s African-American community

The patriarch of Columbia’s African-American community is beginning to realize his “dream” of erecting a statue of Frederick Douglass and Martin Luther King Jr. in Douglass Park. William “Gene” Robertson dreams of providing a source of inspiration and affirmation for African-Americans in the heart of the First Ward.

Elections won’t solve Zimbabwe crisis

Robert Mugabe is expected to continue controlling Zimbabwe, where his oppressive regime has ruled since 1980.

Peace Studies Program not acting in spirit of peace-promoting

The director of the program has continually invited anti-Israel speakers to campus without inviting anyone with opposing views.

Berger's gem keys MU baseball to shutout win over Toledo

With all the star power on the Missouri Tigers’ pitching staff, Ian Berger occasionally gets lost in the shuffle. rotation.

Saturday evening at Taylor Stadium, Berger displayed his latest bit of brilliance, throwing eight scoreless innings in the Tigers’ 10-0 win against the Toledo Rockets.

Hickman Lacrosse loses to SLUH

Five MU track athletes earn All-America honors at indoor nationals

MU diver secures bid to NCAA meet

Missouri National Guard to be deployed to Kosovo for peacekeeping mission

In June, all three mid-Missourians will join a military mission in Kosovo. They are among the 1,100 mid-Missouri National Guardsmen to be deployed as a part of the 10th rotation of Kosovo Force, the NATO peacekeeping mission in the region.