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Missouri softball sweeps Oklahoma State

The Missouri softball team completed a two-game sweep of Oklahoma State on Saturday in Stillwater, Okla.

MU football team holds final spring scrimmage

Quarterback Blaine Gabbert threw for 236 yards and two touchdowns in the Missouri football team's final spring scrimmage Saturday.

Easter Sunday a popular day for Baptisms

Several Columbians are using Easter Sunday for their baptisms and expressing its significance.

Teter injured after throwing no-hitter for Columbia College softball team

Columbia College pitcher Valerie Teter threw a no-hitter in the first game of a doubleheader at Illinois-Springfield, but fractured her leg sliding into home in the second game.

Freshman can't lift Missouri tennis team

Missouri freshman Jamie Mera played at No. 1 singles for the first time this season. The move didn't work, though. Mera lost her match and the Tigers fell to Colorado, 4-3.

Missouri baseball team drops two at Baylor

The Missouri baseball team made it close in the opening game of a doubleheader at Baylor, losing 8-7 in 11 innings. But the Tigers were embarrassed in the nightcap, losing 19-0 in seven innings.

Rock Bridge boys tennis team on a roll

The Rock Bridge boys tennis team defeated Parkway Central and Parkway South on Saturday to improve to 5-0 this season.

Voting set to begin in Zootoo contest

Voting runs from 11 a.m. Monday to April 19 at midnight. For a final push before voting, a pet parade was held Saturday morning, involving more than 120 people and 80 dogs walking through downtown.

Native plant sale in Columbia offers Missouri primrose, lectures, more

The third annual Missouri native plant sale in Columbia sought to educate farmers about planting and maintaining native plants.

UPDATE: Ohio joins Missouri in study of truck-only I-70 lanes

Ohio joins Missouri in studying whether a commercial trucks-only lane would increase safety and decrese traffic congestion.

Songwriter Steve Means to perform at Stephens

Means has an acoustic sound and an eclectic performance. On Thursday, he will be at the Pit at Stephens College.

Kansas prairie burns lower air quality in Missouri

A Kansas official said the smoke that passed through the region has filtered all the way through Missouri to Tennessee and Kentucky.

PHOTO GALLERY: Eggstravaganza in Douglass Park for Easter

The event, free to the public, featured several activities for children including face painting, sidewalk chalk art and an Easter egg hunt.

Missouri women's track team wins invitational

The Missouri's Women's track and field team won the Tom Botts' Invitational on Saturday at Walton Stadium.

UPDATE: Arrest made in 1979 Missouri slaying case

Recently paroled Max Allen Ellison Jr. was arrested Friday on first-degree murder and robbery charges.

Pettis County family sues driver in ATV accident

The driver of the truck wasn't charged in the accident.

Second body found in Missouri state park ruled homicide

The body of a woman found in Cuivre River State Park in Troy was the second found this week. The other body was found 10 miles away Wednesday.

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