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Hickman falls at home to Ozark

The Hickman boys basketball team lost its second consecutive game Tuesday night, falling 74-64 at home to Ozark.

Officials aiming for summer renovation of Stankowski Field

MU students can be hopeful that Stankowski Field will be renovated this summer and new turf will be ready for play when they return back to school next fall.

Consumer advocates seek voice in Callaway power plant debate

The debate surrounding the creation of a second power plant in Callaway County has consumer advocates struggling to find their place in partisan politics.

UPDATE: Koster investigates Office Depot over school supply contracts

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced the investigation Tuesday following similar probes in other states.

Columbia College women's basketball team focuses on 'right now'

With a 20-2 record, the Cougars remain focused on each individual game instead of worrying about upcoming tournaments and another possible 30-win season for Coach Davis.

Columbia's Islamic School vandalized again

On Tuesday morning officials from the Islamic school reported a break-in after noticing a broken window before opening the building. Three computers were stolen.

MU professor says tenure could hinder diversity efforts

MU assistant professor Jeni Hart, who recently measured the impact of diversity initiatives on higher education, suggests that diversity efforts should be valued by colleges and universities as much as research and teaching.

'Lord of the Dance' returns to Columbia

With a showy sensibility, "Lord of the Dance" engages people with a taste for Celtic music, dancing and traditions.

Almost 18 percent of homes sold at a loss in 2008

Americans lost more in home values in the fourth quarter of 2008 alone than in all of 2007, according to a national real estate survey released Tuesday.

Forsee wants UM employees to pay for retirement benefits

The UM System president will also ask curators to give him the power to implement furloughs.

Panel on electric rates to discuss Construction Work in Progress

The panel, sponsored by Missourians for Fair Electric Rates, will be held Tuesday evening.

Carnahan announces candidacy for U.S. Senate

Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, a Democrat, is the first member of either party to officially enter the Senate race after Republican Sen. Kit Bond announced last month that he will not seek re-election.

UPDATE: Former Gov. Blunt to work at Washington lobbying firm

Matt Blunt will split his time between Washington, D.C., and Missouri.

After ice storm, about 28,000 Missourians still without power

A state official says out-of-state crews may not arrive for a week, and rebuilding the electric grid could take more than a month.

Koster investigates Office Depot over school supply contracts

Following the lead of Florida and North Carolina, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is investigating Office Depot over allegations of overpricing government contracts for school supplies.

Former Missouri governor Blunt to work at Washington lobby firm

Matt Blunt, who left the governor's office in January, is now working as a senior policy adviser and business development consultant for Cassidy & Associates.

30,000 Missourians still without power

The Missouri National Guard has been going door to door to check on residents of New Madrid County, who are among those who were hit the hardest by the storm.

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