No problems for MU baseball team at closing time

MU’s Ian Berger threw seven innings of one-hit baseball Saturday against Baylor. Freshman Nick Tepesch didn’t waste the effort.

With the MU baseball team's second-consecutive shutout on the line and the Tigers on the verge of clinching the series, in walked Nick Tepesch.

Freshman Nick Tepesch.

MU wrestlers salvage solid finish to season

Missouri coach Brian Smith let his wrestlers know that there was no time to think about the past. Despite being out of the running for the team title, there was still much left to win.

Bats fall silent but arms carry MU softball to win

Rivals football camp prepares preps for college recruiting process

At the event, recruits learned that playing football in college is about getting a free education and to treat the recruting process like they were applying for a job.

Ceremony honors National Guardsmen headed to Kosovo

The Missouri National Guard sent off 1,076 soldiers to participate in the NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo with a ceremony Saturday morning at the Hearnes Center.

Easter fun at Douglass Park

The annual Eggstravaganza at Douglass Park Easter egg hunt was held Saturday morning.

Columbia Farmers' Market has busy opening day

As the farmers market opened for the season, Columbia residents came to taste the first of local farmers’ harvests.


Missouri Students Association to hold re-elections

Students will have to revote in the Senate elections because of a technical glitch.

Police target aggressive drivers for “Operation Spring Brake.”

Police stopped 218 drivers during Friday’s joint traffic enforcement effort to keep the roads safe for people leaving for spring break and Easter.

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Heated presidential race fuels politics junkies

George Kennedy writes about balancing politics with sports and other interests.