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Columbia Catholic School celebrates All Saints' Day

As the jazzy notes of "When the Saints Go Marching In" played, youngsters dressed as saints came down the aisles, as the celebration of a special day got under way.

Palin's visit to Jefferson City confirmed

A rally for the vice presidential hopeful will be held at 11 a.m. at the Capitol.

Group of children assaults 12-year-old trick-or-treaters

Two 12-year-old boys were punched and struck with rocks and a BB gun Friday night by a group of kids but failed to get their candy, police said.

MU poets evaluate presidential candidates' rhetoric

Chad Parmenter and other poets at MU pinpoint the style and content of the candidates' rhetoric in terms of poetry.

Economy, race might factor into Missouri vote

Obama's race may hurt his support in the working-class neighborhoods of St. Charles County near St. Louis.

Author, activist Studs Terkel dies at 96

Terkel chronicled the lives of average Americans in writings about WWII, the Great Depression and class difference in the nation.

MU women's swimmers score decisive victory in Border Showdown

The No. 21 MU women's swimming and diving team scored a 173.5-121.5 victory over No. 23 Kansas on Saturday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center.

Election Day reminders

What to bring, what to wear and when and where to go on Election Day.

Social Security, abortion divide congressional candidates

The candidates' policies on social security and abortion differ greatly and have caused some friction throughout the campaign.

Debate recap: Candidates for governor, attorney general have their say

Candidates for governor and attorney general participated in debates throughout the election season. Take a look back at what they had to say.

Congressional candidates differ on energy emphases

Missouri Ninth District U.S. House candidates Blaine Luetkemeyer and Judy Baker both agree that offshore drilling is necessary in the curent economic climate, but they disagree on the extent.

Legislative candidates weigh in on higher education funding

Candidates say the General Assembly needs to find more money, make tuition affordable

Palin to visit Jefferson City on Monday

The vice presidential candidate will come to Missouri to energize voters the day before the election.

Faculty votes in favor of new grievance policy

MU faculty voted Wednesday to amend the grievance procedure, according to Faculty Council Chairman Tom Phillips. One of the major changes would be to include an administrator on the initial body that gathers and evaluates information related to a complaint. 

University City officer dies after being shot

A suspect is being sought in the Friday night shooting, which happened in the University City Loop area.

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