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MU football continues to honor former teammate Aaron O'Neal

Aaron O’Neal died in July 2005, but the Tigers have still found a way to carry on his legacy by letting a teammate wear his No. 25 every game.

VP candidate Biden to speak in Columbia on Tuesday

Missouri Watercolor Society hands out awards at annual exhibition

Paul Jackson of Columbia won first-place at the Missouri Watercolor Society Members’ Invitational opening reception and awards ceremony Sunday. The exhibition showcased 121 entries that featured both realistic and abstract subjects, all done using a water-based medium.

Cyclists fundraise for multiple sclerosis

The two-day event raised as much as $2.4 million, said a chapter spokeswoman for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Kansas City police shoot sword-wielding man

Two Kansas City police officers shot and killed a man after he tried to swing a sword at them.

YouZeum admissions numbers on track

The YouZeum is on its way to reaching its annual goal of 60,000 visitors, with 15,000 people coming through the door since the museum opened in May.

Kansas City airport prepares for future expansion

Two suspects sought in home invasion robbery

The resident of the apartment suffered minor injuries after the suspects pushed her onto a glass table and stole some cash, police said.

School Board proposes new sidewalks to increase student safety

Other topics at Monday’s meeting include discussing the process of selecting a permanent superintendent and recognizing Hickman High School teacher John Deken for receiving the James Madison Fellowship. 

Community input sought for police chief selection

A consulting firm will host a meeting to solicit input from citizens on the city’s police chief search.

Tigers roll in home opener over SEMO

For the game's first 30 minutes, the No. 6 Tigers toyed with Southeast Missouri State, from Cape Girardeau, countering every SEMO flicker of hope with a crowd-pleasing haymaker on their way to a 42-0 lead. They finished with a 52-3 win.

More fun to see MU, less fun parking

Football fans are beginning to pay the price of success. With bigger crowds coming to the Tigers' games, it's becoming a bigger headache to find parking.

Sept. 11 attacks still elicit myriad emotions

MU reserve QBs show promise

Any fans left in the stadium after the Tigers put up 42 points against Southeast Missouri State got a first look at MU’s reserve quarterbacks, who are likely to see more playing time, especially during Missouri’s nonconference schedule.

Interfaith community shares ideas on caring for creation

MU soccer team rebounds

After being shut out by California on Saturday, the Tigers kept Eastern Washington scoreless on Sunday.

ANALYSIS: Missouri lawmakers are arrested less often than their constituents

Despite eight arrests since the beginning of 2007, the rate of arrests for Missouri legislators falls well below the rate of the other state residents.

Hopes to preserve Katy drawbridge still linger

"Groovability" wheelchair dancers enjoy strutting their stuff

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