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Rock Bridge football team can't slow Helias

Helias won its sixth straight game with a 35-14 victory over Rock Bridge on Saturday in Jefferson City.

1976 RV takes maintenance but becomes site of great tailgate parties

Sully Fairchild and Kevin Reichert are among eight friends who maintain a tailgate RV for Missouri football games. The group bought and retooled the RV last year.

Victorian-era farmhouse to be restored at new location

The Boone County Historical Society's Boone Junction History Village has added a 1890 Victorian-era farmhouse. The farmhouse was previously located on U.S. 63, and it was split in two in order to be moved. At the village the farmhouse will be restored to look the way it did originally.

UPDATE: Fire causes extensive damage to duplex

Three children, ages 8, 11 and 14, were alone at the time of the fire, Columbia Fire Department Capt. Eric Hartman said, but they escaped unharmed.

Sprite Step Off brings passion and philanthropy to Columbia

Step groups from around the Midwest gathered in Columbia for regional finals in the Sprite Step Off Challenge on Saturday. Before they competed, they participated in community service at the Boys and Girls Club.

Missouri tennis players get conference tuneup

The "Ace for the Cure" tournament is the second fall tournament in a row that the MU tennis team will face Big 12 competition. The players think that it will give them an advantage during the spring season, while head coach Blake Starkey is hesitant to say so.

PHOTO GALLERY: 1976 RV Tailgaters

In the tailgating world of $300,000 RVs furnished with plasma screen TVs and black and gold paint jobs, recent MU graduate Kevin Reichert talks about his own $1,000 RV purchase from Craig’s List with seven friends last year.

Late goal gives MU soccer team tie with Texas

Missouri's Michelle Collins scored with 1:01 left in regulation

Missouri volleyball loses to No. 14 Iowa State

Missouri softball improves to 4-0, throws second no-hitter in the fall

Willie Smith pleads guilty to disturbing the peace

 The former MU basketball player pleaded guilty to the lesser charge months after the March incident during which he was arrested.

Children escape afternoon duplex fire

 

While a duplex suffered extensive damage from a fire, three children escaped unharmed.

Footbag Hall of Famer makes his mark online

Derrick Fogle is using the Internet to showcase the sport he's loved since he was 17-years-old. The MU systems administrator and father of two has held a record, been a world champion and is a member of the Footbag Hall of Fame.

Missouri women runners fourth in Louisville

Even though the Missouri women's cross country team held out its top two runners, the Tigers finished fourth Saturday at the Louisville Cross Country Classic.

Rock Bridge improves to 21-0 after the North Central Missouri Invitational

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