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Buffalo beat-down

Chip the Buffalo, Colorado’s mascot, hangs his head in front of Missouri fans during the Tigers' 58-0 victory Oct. 25 at Memorial Stadium.

After losses to Oklahoma State and Texas, Missouri got their focus back Saturday in a 58-0 win against Colorado.

Coffman on a roll for Tigers

Missouri's Chase Coffman broke the NCAA record for career receptions by a Football Bowl Subdivision tight end during Missouri's 58-0 victory over Colorado at Memorial Stadium. Coffman finished the game with 220 catches, surpassing former Louisville tight end Ibn Green, who had 217 receptions from 1996 to 1999.

Five Ideas: The best way to cover election campaigns

This week, we also ask readers to weigh in on what kind of tone is appropriate for media coverage of the presidential election, the return of one of the resource police officers at Hickman High School, tailgating at Reactor Field and the lack of funding for public defenders.

Tigers tailgaters ride with spirit

Fully-loaded school buses, church buses and old Checker airport limos outfitted with Tiger ears are among the vehicles ready to stake their claim as Columbia's best.

TigerMobile part of MU tailgate scene

Over decades, the TigerMobile, a 1969 Checker Aerobus, has been transformed into an eye-catching salute to Mizzou.

Funeral home director arrested in civil matter

Harold Warren Jr., owner of the now-closed Warren Funeral Chapel, was arrested Thursday after failing to comply with a judge's orders in connection with child support payments still owed to Warren's ex-wife.

Pancake breakfast previews MU women's basketball season

The Missouri women's basketball team gave fans a taste of the coming season with a scrimmage Saturday morning.

Bringing it home

The MU Homecoming Parade marched through downtown Saturday morning. Nearly 10 high school and junior high school marching bands, as well as Marching Mizzou, took part in the parade. Other MU organizations and local organizations also participated.

Missouri Gas Energy customers can expect to see lower bills

The declining price of commodities means customers of the Kansas City-based utility Missouri Gas Energy can expect a lower price tag for heating this winter.

Grateful Dead lawyer Harold 'Hal' Kant, 77, dies

The longtime Greatful Dead attorney began representing bands at a time when music artists had little legal representation compared to record companies.

School resource officers focus on education, safety

Columbia police officers serve as school resource officers to help build kids' awareness of officers as well as help with incidents that arise at school.

Amtrak train hits pedestrian

According to Kansas City Police, a pedestrian was killed by a train on a railroad overpass Saturday afternoon.

Hamblin a force for MU soccer team

MU senior Ashley Hamblin, who plans to go into law enforcement when she graduates, earned her fourth assist in the past three games Oct. 24 for the Tigers women's soccer team.

St. Louis cemetery home to some infamous characters

Carol Shepley's new book on Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis uncovers the lives of some of the more scandolous deceased.

Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks mentors for children with incarcerated parents

W. Wilson Goode, a former Philadelphia mayor, spoke Friday about the need to mentor children of incarcerated parents to prevent those children from ending up in prison themselves.

Man robbed outside Holiday House Apartments

Police say two men, one of them reported to be armed with a handgun, robbed a 60-year-old man Friday night, taking money and items from his car.

Man makes major land gift to state

A man who lives alone in a sparsely furnished home near Cedar Hill will make one of the largest land donations in Missouri history when he dies.

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