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Tigers take off late

Jeremy Maclin runs for a touchdown after a 42-yard completion from Chase Daniel during the second quarter to give Missouri a 17-0 lead.

Early on, it had all the makings of an upset. But late in the first half, the Tigers used just three offensive plays to put 14 points between themselves and the Wildcats.

Bittersweet victory

Five Ideas: How can crime be curbed at Douglass Park?

This week, we ask readers to weigh in on Missouri's status as a bellwether state, whether Missouri Republicans and Democrats can work together, and your thoughts on the Missourian's story about Chase Daniel and his girlfriend, Blaire Vandiver.

Fans recall Daniel highlights

Ten fans watched No. 10 sling it for final time at Memorial Stadium. Here's how they will remember.

Columbia College men's soccer advances to conference semifinals

Columbia College soccer coach John Klein used some late-season adjustments to the Cougars' lineup in a 1-0 win over visiting William Woods on Saturday in the opening round of the American Midwest Conference Tournament.

New Haven Elementary hosts 13th annual Veterans Day program

New Haven students celebrated with a program on American history and patriotism.

Citizens to protest decision to keep Hickman resource officer

Parents and concerned citizens are organizing a protest of the Columbia Police Department’s decision not to remove resource officer Mark Brotemarkle from his post at Hickman High School during the investigation into his conduct breaking up a fight on Oct. 15.

Columbia Independent School names new headmaster

In a unanimous decision, the Columbia Independent School's board of trustees chose Scott Gibson III as the new head of the school.

Black and Gold scrimmage opens MU wrestling season

The Missouri wrestling team's Saturday scrimmage will help coach Brian Smith pick starters.

Ruling in harassment case sets precedent

In a sexual harassment lawsuit aginst TNT Logistics of North America, the Missouri Court of Appeals in Kansas City awarded Kendra Lynn $3.75 million in punitive damages from her former employer. The decision overturned an earlier damages ruling by a trial judge.

Tigers in title game of Big 12 soccer tournament

The Missouri women's soccer team advanced to the championship game of the Big 12 tournament after winning a penalty kick shootout against Kansas on Friday in San Antonio, Texas.

Ex-federal prosecutor sentenced for sex crimes

A St. Louis County jury convicted 47-year-old Eric Tolen last month on 36 counts of statutory sodomy for engaging in sex with teenage boys. He was sentenced to 65 years in prison Friday.

Fire kills boy, injures mother in southwest Missouri

A 9-year-old boy is dead and his mother critically injured after a house fire in southwest Missouri.

Call leads to discovery of 2 bodies in KC

Like Lincoln and FDR, Obama faces multiple crises

Obama follows in the steps of Roosevelt, Lincoln, Nixon and others as he assumes the presidency in the throes of multiple crises.

Hundreds turn out for unity rally to protest neo-Nazi demonstration

A unity rally in response to a National Socialist Movement parade and demonstration drew about 250 people Saturday in Jefferson City.

Rock Bridge, Hickman runners perform well at state meet

Despite the cold, Columbia cross country teams performed well at the Missouri high school cross country championships Saturday in Jefferson City.

Filmmakers remember KC roots

 "When I left KU and struck out to be an actor," Paul Rudd said, "one of things I always felt I had going for me was that I was from Kansas City. It's a place that's truly representative of the mood of the country."

Cougars basketball teams win

Cougars volleyball finishes with win

The Columbia College volleyball team finished the regular season Saturday with a 22-25, 25-17, 25-22, 25-19 victory over the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla.

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