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Missouri softball advances to College World Series

The Tigers upset No. 2 UCLA in third and final game of the NCAA Super Regional.

Texas demolishes Missouri in Big 12 title game

Tigers give up 11 runs in the fourth inning.

Mid-Missouri veterans grateful for Honor Flight

The Honor Flight program strives to send as many World War II veterans as possible to the World War II National Memorial, recognizing that their numbers are dwindling quickly.

NASCAR postpones Coca-Cola 600

The race will run Monday at noon.

ANALYSIS: Governor presses universities for more health education

Under the proposed plan, the University of Missouri System could get $24 million to help instruct an additional 209 medical doctors, pharmacists, dentists, optometrists, nurses and other health care professionals.

Missouri National Guard soldier killed in Iraq

Sgt. Paul Faris Brooks, 34, was from Joplin and was serving his second tour of duty. Two other soldiers were also killed in the attack.

Some Missouri teachers putting retirement plans on hold

Older teachers are weighing factors such as their spouse's employment situation, retirement savings and the overall economy before making their decision.

PHOTO GALLERY: Bikers embark on two-day journey

Bicyclists of all skill levels gathered Saturday morning at Flat Branch Park to kick of the Pedaler's Jamboree, a 60-mile round-trip bike ride to Boonville with stops along the way for live music shows.

Gov. Jay Nixon orders flags at half-staff for Memorial Day

The flags will fly at half-staff to commemorate Memorial Day and the death of Lt. Roslyn L. Schulte of Ladue, who was killed while on duty near Kabul, Afghanistan.

Columbia Air Show completes second day of events

The second full day of the Columbia Air Show featured parachuters and planes from the WWII to today.

Veterans receive touching letters during Honor Flight

Family members of the World War II veterans surprised them with letters delivered during a "mail call" on the return flight from Washington. Bob Kennish said the letters expressed an appreciation to all veterans who served the U.S.

Pedaler's Jamboree combines biking, live music along Katy Trail

Novice and experienced cyclists gathered at Flat Branch Park on Saturday morning to kick off the Pedaler’s Jamboree, a two-day bike ride along the Katy Trail with several live music events along the way.

For the People Pow Wow celebrates Native American culture

The sounds of Native American drums engulfed the Boone Country fairgrounds on Saturday at the second annual For the People Pow Wow, an event that celebrates and honors Native American culture.

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