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Tigers coming together on, off court

The Missouri men's basketball team, which beat Nebraska 70-47 Saturday, has developed a strong bond. Tigers coach Mike Anderson has called his squad "the ultimate team."

Columbia church uses Valentine's Day for volunteering

Karis Community Church used Valentine's Day to serve the Columbia community by volunteering.

Ramsey still making impact

Missouri junior forward Keith Ramsey is coming off the bench again after a five-game stint as a starter, but he is still finding ways to contribute and impressing his coach.

PHOTO GALLERY: MU men's basketball gets revenge against Nebraska

Highlights from the game are captured in pictures.

More peanut products recalled

Products are listed that have been recalled because they could be contaminated with salmonella.

Student creates elegant scenery for 'Anastasia'

Director Beth Leonard is pleased with student set designer Michaela Stein's creation for Stephens College's production of "Anastasia."

Company involved in peanut recall showed history of unsanitary conditions

Peanut Corp. of America's story had been a rags-to-riches tale before it came crashing down.

Softball pitcher starts MU career with one-hitter

Missouri Freshman pitcher Chelsea Thomas earned a five-inning victory over Virginia Tech, while sophomore Rhea Taylor had five hits and scored six runs combined in the Tigers' two victories on Saturday.

Ruined financiers commit desperate acts in harsh times

Wall Street financiers turn to suicide and faking their own deaths to get away from their problems and debts.

Why did switch to digital TV become such a mess?

The digital television switch was pushed back four months after a surge in demand for coupons. Requests peaked at nearly two million a week, and left the coupon program out of money and millions of consumers on a wait list.

2 injured, 1 arrested in dispute over finances

Police arrested a 42-year-old man after they said he put his sister's head through a wall and stabbed his nephew in an argument over who was paying a fair share of household expenses.

COMMENTARY: Brave souls take plunge into Stephens Lake for good cause

The second Polar Bear Plunge event raised more than $32,000 for Special Olympics Missouri.

PHOTO GALLERY: Polar Bear Plunge

There were 285 brave souls who braved the frigid 33-degree waters of Stephens Lake on Saturday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Day Two of the Missouri Grand Prix

MU swimmers race against Olympians in Missouri Grand Prix

Missouri junior Martin Cernansky finished second in the men's 200-meter breaststroke, while freshman Lisa Nathanson finished third in the women's 50-meter freestyle.

Cougars men's team moves into second in AMC

The Columbia College men's basketball team won its seventh straight Saturday, 86-75 over visiting Illinois-Springfield, to move into second place in the American Midwest Conference.

Ohio woman pleads guilty to exercising husband to death

Christine Newton-John, of Ohio, could face up to five years in prison for preventing her 73-year-old husband from leaving a swimming pool, which caused him to have a heart attack.

Bonnie and Clyde shootout site nominated for historical preservation

The Joplin apartment, which has been nominated for placement on the National Register of Historic Places, was the scene of a shootout with the "Barrow gang" in 1933 that left two Missouri law enforcement officers dead.

Two Columbia wrestlers advance to state meet

Vince Pescaglia of the Kewpies and Thomas Senseman of the Bruins both advanced to the high school state wrestling tournament at the Class 4, District 3 tournament this weekend at Jefferson City High School.

Defense leads Cougars women to win

The Columbia College women's basketball team used tough defense to defeat Illinois-Springfield 91-45 Saturday at Southwell Complex.

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