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Nixon: Missouri has pattern of water quality failures

Gov. Jay Nixon said a review found 10 cases where beaches at state parks were not closed despite high levels of E. coli during the past three years. He is also rescinding the appointment of Joe Bindbeutel to a state job.

St. Louis police officer dies from injuries

Twenty-three-year-old officer Julius Moore died Thursday from injuries suffered during a Oct 6. accident in south St. Louis. Moore's patrol vehicle collided with a turning tractor trailer while trying to assist in apprehending burglars.

Weatherspoon brings personality to Missouri football

Linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, with his undeniable combination of talent and personality, has become the face of the Missouri football program.

Government: Swine flu linked to 11 more child deaths

Half of the child deaths reported recently have been teenagers.

COMMENT: 10 Things to think about while driving to Oklahoma State

These are the top 10 things fans should think about before traveling to Stillwater, Okla., for Saturday's Missouri football game. Unfortunately T. Boone Pickens was not included in this list.

Missouri safety finds success at new school

During his junior college career, Jarrell Harrison had two interceptions in a scrimmage against future Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli.

Hickman receiver quick to get recruiters' attention

Hickman wide receiver Wesley Leftwich never expected to receive recruitment letters from college coaches, but after a impressive 40-yard dash time, the 16-year-old junior has received about 100 letters.

Rock Bridge defensive linemen prove worth on offense

After scoring their first high school touchdowns, Chase Rome and Okoye West showed they can be forces on both sides of the ball. 

Missouri tennis team focused on spring season

Players on the Missouri tennis team see fall matches as a sort of exhibition for the team, but they say they are glad coach Blake Starkey still trains them as if it were midseason.

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