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Rock Bridge runs down Lee's Summit North

Rock Bridge senior Trey Millard stiff arms Lee's Summit North senior Dustin Ulrich in Friday night's Bruins victory

Junior quarterback Sean Rush ran for two rushing touchdowns and Trey Millard ran for 137 yards on 17 carries in the Rock Bridge football team's 22-13 victory Friday night at Lee's Summit North.

Liberty too tough for Hickman football team

The Blue Jays dominated the visiting Kewpies 42-6 on Friday night thanks to an offense that produced five touchdowns on more than 400 yards rushing.

MU women's soccer team defeats Northwestern in home opener

The Missouri women's soocer team took the lead in the 31st minute when senior transfer Michelle Makasini scored her first career goal for the Tigers, who went on to beat Northwestern 2-0 Friday night at Walton Stadium.

Columbia College and MU offer H1N1 vaccinations

Columbia College and MU will offer vaccinations for H1N1 flu virus in the fall in addition to the seasonal flu vaccine.

Former Missouri wrestler and assistant coach join Arizona State coaching staff

Missouri freshman quarterback Dalton dismissed from football team

Freshman quarterback's second arrest results in his dismissal from the Missouri football team.

Missouri football sophomore McGaffie seeks wide receiver spot

Gahn McGaffie played both quarterback and wide receiver in high school, and hopes staying healthy will give him a better chance of moving up the depth chart at the receiver position for Missouri.

Upside of pain is that it teaches life lessons

As more and more things are being marketed to protect your children from harm's way, letting them experience pain may be the best form of parenting.

School Board hopes tax levy increase will balance budget, pay teachers

The 4.25-cent increase will be used to compensate teachers for continuing their educations, but raises will still not reflect experience.

Columbia blogger to investigate unsolved MU murder

Mike Martin of The Columbia Heart Beat blog announced this week that he is starting his own investigation of the 2005 murder of MU professor Jeong Im.

Project Runway contestant visits Stephens

Qristyl Frazier returns to her alma mater to talk fashion days after the premiere of the television competition. 

Two in hospital after collision on St. Charles Road

The driver of the Jeep said he over-corrected for wetness on the road that caused his car to skid. The car then faced the oncoming lane of traffic, and its passenger side was hit by a minivan.

Driver collides with city bus

A Columbia driver collided with a city bus Friday morning. The driver was in good condition after being transported to University Hospital.

Ramifications of releasing the Lockerbie bomber

The Scottish Justice Secretary's decision to free a member of the Libyan security forces, who was in jail for the murders of 27 people, because he has prostate cancer has sparked debate over whether there was a deal between the British government and Libya to create favorable trade conditions.

Columbia College soccer team wins opener

The Columbia College men's soccer team opened its season Friday with a 3-2 victory over the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.

Columbia Police arrest 16 suspects

The Columbia Police Department arrested 16 suspects today and are still looking for five others. The charges are drug-related.

Conference aims to increase dental sealant programs across Missouri

At a two-day conference last week, dental hygienists, dentists and state health officials talked about the urgency of funding for a dental sealant program for children. At least five counties in the state do not currently have an active dentist.

3M plant lays off 17 employees

The 3M manufacturing plant in Columbia laid off 17 workers today. That move is the result of two main factors: the loss of cable assembly production and the continued low demand for products.

The embedded link is an important part of today's journalism report

The embedded link helps readers find out where journalists found their information. It helps reader discover information that goes beyond just the story itself.

Today's question: What can be done to prevent health care misinformation?

At a town hall meeting Wednesday, Sen. Claire McCaskill tried to dispel rumors about health care legislation. But many attendees said misinformation often comes from politicians, as well as the media and factions from both parties.

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