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Freshman running back makes most of opportunity for Missouri

Kendial Lawrence saw an increased load beacuse of an injury to De'Vion Moore.

LETTER: MU should seek cleaner alternatives for fuel

MU should look at clean, sustainable energy to power the university and protect its interests, which include the students, city and world.

Missouri captures Auburn Soccer Classic

The Tigers tied Vanderbilt and got some help from Auburn.

Zabriskie's lonely ride wins Tour of Missouri

David Zabriskie wins Tour of Missouri after holding on to 30-second lead from the beginning of the seventh and final stage in Kansas City. Gustav Larsson and Marco Pinotti placed second and third, respectively.

Tigers golf team unable to move up on final day of tournament

A top ten finish was in reach, but Missouri was unable to put it together.

Close call dumps Tigers out of rankings

Saturday's victory against Bowling Green shows Missouri's strengths and weaknesses.

10-year-old boy dies of accidental strangulation

A 10-year-old Missouri boy accidently strangled to death on a rope swing, police said.

MU research could help dieters

Turning off a part of the brain that controls euphoric feelings from food may help dieters, research says.

Suspect in 15 bank robberies arrested in Kingdom City

The man is suspected of 15 robberies in five states, from Illinois to South Carolina.

LETTER: Health care debate being run by three opponents

Much of the discussion surrounding health care is being run by the American Medical Association and insurance and drug companies.

Tiger fans react to new $3.5 million scoreboard

Fans give the new Memorial Stadium scoreboard a thumbs up.

ANALYSIS: Tour of Missouri faces uncertain future as three-year contract ends

MU singing group to audition for NBC's 'Sing-off'

Add9, an MU a cappella group, has been invited to audition for a nationally televised talent show.

Huey Lewis and the News play Monday at Jesse Hall

The popular 1980s band known for hits such as "The Power of Love" and "If This Is It" will start off the 2009-2010 University of Missouri Concert series.

Providence Road rezoning and construction lead to street name confusion

Public safety and mapping concerns have city officials moving to officially name the streets immediately east and west of South Providence Road.

Electronic speed limit signs to be installed in seven school zones

The city's plans to install electronic speed limit signs at local schools calls for making the Columbia Independent School a priority.

Columbia Parks and Recreation seeks public opinion for park upgrade

The city has produced a new master plan for the 460-acre southeast regional park and is inviting the public to comment at its upcoming meetings on Tuesday and Sept 23.

PHOTO GALLERY: Paws in the Park

Columbia's Second Chance hosted Paws in the Park on Saturday in Stephens Lake Park. Visitors met and held a collection of dogs waiting to be adopted.

Hamlin wins at home but Busch falls short of Chase

The 10-race Chase for NASCAR's Sprint Cup Championship begins next weekend in New Hampshire.

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