Hanneman's hot shooting lifts Tigers

Missouri forward Amanda Hanneman looks to pass during an exhibition game against Central Missouri on Sunday at Mizzou Arena. Hanneman hopes to have a breakout season after returning from several injuries.

Amanda Hanneman scored a team-high 20 points en route to a 80-59 Missouri victory against Central Missouri in an exhibition game Sunday at Mizzou Arena.

Another breakout game from a Missouri defensive lineman

Hamilton was second on the team Saturday with eight tackles. His effort came a week after fellow defensive lineman Aldon Smith made many significant plays against Colorado.

Kurt Busch wins at Texas

Points leader Jimmie Johnson wrecks on third lap, finishes 38th.

Missouri cycling race seeks 2010 host cities

Whether the race can collect enough money to hold its fourth annual event remains unclear.

Christensen disappointed in Wyoming's effort against BYU

The Cowboys suffered their most lopsided loss since 1985.

Tour of Missouri seeks 2010 host cities

Race leaders are looking to collect enough money to allow the 2010 Tour of Missouri to take place.

House health care bill has nowhere to go in Senate

Passing health care legislation through the Senate could be difficult because some swing votes object to the government-run insurance component.

Analysis: Term-limits lead lawmakers to exit early

Missouri has spent about a half-million dollars on special elections to replace lawmakers in the last eight years. Some legislators are entering the private sector before their term ends.

To find new pastors, churches go through lengthy courtship, transition

Pastors new to local congregations rely on routines and work of interim ministers to help ease their transition to leadership, a process that often takes more than a year.

Fort Hood conspiracy theories need critical, questioning receptions

Because the Fort Hood gunman Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan is Muslim some people may jump quickly to conspiracy theories.  However judgments are premature because there are no facts at this time to verify any possible motive.

Camp Hickory Hill puts land up for sale

While there is no money owed on the land itself, the camp has had trouble staying out of debt since Ronald James, a physician who founded the camp, died in 2006.

Electronic waste in mid-Missouri gets collected, recycled

With a majority of Americans tossing out their forgotten electronics, Mid-MO Recycling and the Mid-Missouri Solid Waste Management District have teamed up to host collections in hopes of preventing toxic pollution, while recycling and salvaging items that can be reused.

City offers alternatives to keep leaves off the streets

To keep residents from pushing leaves out into the streets, the city provides a few alternative means of disposal. 

Columbia public safety agencies to offer alerts through

Columbia safety agencies, such as the Police Department and Public Works Department, will be able to alert residents of emergencies through

Boone County committee to research possibilty of use tax

Amid declining sales tax revenue, Boone County and Columbia officials have decided to form a committee to explore the possibility of instituting a use tax on purchases made by residents online and out of state.

Analysis: The effects of including religion in Fort Hood coverage

While Ibrahim Hooper, spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said the media could not avoid including Hasan's faith once it came up, he said this angle needs to be kept in perspective.

PTSD treatment for Iraq, Afghanistan veterans growing more immediate, intensive

The recent Fort Hood tragedy is beginning to shed more light on how the medical profession handles psychological stress before, during and after combat. Post-traumatic stress disorder is being identified and treated more quickly than before.

Army chaplain seeks prayers for meaning in rampage

The processing center where the shooting occurred on Thursday remains a crime scene, but the activities that went on there were relocated, with the goal of reopening the center as soon as Sunday.

Missouri women's basketball team relying on Richbow

After getting her starting spot taken away by Bekah Mills as a junior, Toy Richbow is back as the starting point guard after Mills tore her ACL.