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Things go Missouri's way

Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel threw for 321 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's victory over Iowa State.

The Tigers secured their spot in the Big 12 Conference Championship after trouncing Iowa State 52-20.

Jones plays while Coffman heals

Chase Coffman, Missouri’s senior tight end and the NCAA all-time leader in receptions at the position, missed his second consecutive game for the Tigers with a sprained right big toe.

Tigers football team wins at Iowa State

A photo gallery

Social Security ruling could lead to many changes in Columbia Schools

A ruling that will force more Columbia School employees to pay into Social Security could have a big impact on the district, its employees and the retirement system.

Crowd in Columbia protests California's same-sex marriage ban

More than 100 people gathered Saturday in Columbia as part of a nationwide event to protest the passage of California's Proposition 8, which bans same-sex marriage.

Cyclones fans brave cold weather

For the fans who showed up Saturday at Jack Trice Stadium, cold weather and bad football are just realities that come with supporting the Iowa State Cyclones in November.

E-mails show Blunt's chief of staff opposed court nominee

Then-chief of staff Ed Martin was seemingly at odds with his boss when he tried to encourage conservative groups to block the nomination of Judge Patricia Breckenridge. Such a use of state e-mails was not unique.

Key players in the Missouri e-mail controversy

A summary of the major figures in this story.

Blunt's aide raised e-mail concerns before firing

The e-mails released show Scott Eckersley went from being praised by his bosses to banished from the office in a matter of weeks — just as he was raising red flags about their handling of e-mails.

Lyons leads Tigers to easy win

The 6-foot-9 Leo Lyons'  21 points kept the Panthers at bay.

Tiger freshmen warm the court, not the bench

Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson likes to say that he has eight or nine starters on his team. During Saturday's game against Prairie View A&M, it was those extra few starters who helped propel the Tigers to a win.

Chronology of Blunt e-mail controversy

Here is a timeline of events surrounding Scott Eckersley's firing. Ecklersley, a former legal cousel for Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt's office, had raised concerns about the office's handling of e-mails.

Columbia College volleyball wins AMC tournament

Members of the Columbia College volleyball team believe they have the determination, skill and chemistry to win the NAIA championship in Iowa this December.

Family supports Bonnick from afar

Missouri soccer player Alysha Bonnick speaks to her family in Canada by phone before and after every game the Tigers play.

Congressional backers offer to cut automaker bailout package

Supporters of a $25-billion bailout measure foresee little difficulty winning its passage in the House. But passage in the Senate is iffy. Missouri's Kit Bond is one of the few Republican senators to back the plan.

Election spurs race threats, crimes

While some areas of the country are still celebrating Obama's election victory, others are seeing evidence of persistent racism.

Zombies, clowns, and chippendales dancers don't let a little snow bother them

Neither snow flurries nor the fact that Halloween was fifteen days past could ward off the zombies, Jokers, and other costumed runners taking part in the Cross Country Xtreme run held at Midway Sandbar on Saturday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Bluebird Festival

Scenes from Saturday performances at Fieldhouse.

Former charter school board president headed to prison

The former president of Allen Village Charter School in Kansas City was ordered to pay restitution for embezzling money from the school.

Man charged in the death of a woman in Danville area campground

O'Fallon man arrested after being charged in a 78-year-old woman's death.

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