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Missouri basketball coach Mike Anderson relieved J.T. Tiller's injury isn't more serious

MU senior guard J.T. Tiller is helped up after sustaining an injury to his left foot during the Tigers' home opener against Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday. Tiller did not return to the game.

Mike Anderson said he will know more about the outlook on Tiller’s injured left foot this weekend, and he will confer with Pat Beckmann, Missouri’s associate director of sports medicine, to monitor the injury.

Health care over time: The view from the Oval Office

Since 1912, presidents have discussed the issue of health care in the United States. A timeline explores the evolution of their proposals.

Life of an NFL football scout more than game film

After over 20 years as an assistant college football coach, Bob Morris is in his eighth season as a scout for the Cleveland Browns. And unlike Morris' press box neighbors, whose gameday work begins and ends a couple hours before and after kickoff, Morris' Saturday afternoons are just the beginning of a much longer process.

Agreement to freeze tuition hides MU's grim financial prospects

The deal does keep higher education more affordable, but it's still another step backward — if it even passes.

Today's question: Do the MU Greek social policy changes go far enough to protect students?

MU sororities and fraternities are implementing several changes to their social policy, after a couple of incidents at off-campus sponsored parties.

Friends no longer teammates for Missouri gymnast

Missouri gymnast Alex Gold couldn't help but cry last spring when she learned her two best friends had decided to leave the gymnastics team.

Max Askren adjusts to new weight class, bad back

The senior wrestler was unsure if he'd be able to wrestle this season because of injuries.

Competitiveness shows at Rock Bridge girls basketball scrimmage

Thursday's annual preseason Green and Gold scrimmage saw both teams in the double bonus for fouls and required an overtime to be decided.

Search warrant details photos taken of alleged sex abuse victims

The search warrant said that authorities seized more than 60 videos from Jared Mohler's home in Columbia.

Lewis family shows affinity for football

Leo Lewis II played football in the Canadian Football League for 12 seasons and lives in Columbia. His son Leo Lewis III starred for Hickman and MU before playing 11 seasons for the Minnesota Vikings.

MU research shows promising results in treating prostate cancer

Researches have been studying the treatment of prostate cancer with engineered radioactive gold nanoparticles. These nanoparticles have proven to be effective in reducing the size of prostate cancer tumors in mice.

Rock Bridge boys basketball team keeps goals high

After a disappointing loss to Chaminade in the state semifinals last season, the Rock Bridge boys basketball team is seeking another run to the state tournment.

Dortch found guilty in murder trial

A Callaway County jury found Dortch guilty of  first-degree murder in the Douglass Park shooting of Miles Heard on Nov. 4, 2008. Dortch faces a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder conviction. A sentencing hearing will be held on Dec. 21.

UPDATE: Police seize more videos in Missouri sex abuse case

A police warrant states that more than 60 videos and computer equipment were seized from 48-year-old Jared Mohler's home in Columbia. Prosecutors added to the rape charges Thursday against Mohler, his 53-year-old brother, Burrell Mohler Jr., and his 77-year-old father, Burrell E. Mohler Sr.

UPDATE: Slaying suspect said hobby was 'killing people'

Although details have emerged since Alyssa Bustamante was indicted on charges of first-degree murder, there are facts about the murder of 9-year-old Elizabeth Olten that remain a mystery.

Many facts still secret in murder of Missouri girl

Teen suspect in killing of 9-year-old girl posted hobbies of "killing people" and "cutting" on YouTube profile.

Police release search warrant in Missouri sex abuse case

Family members in a Missouri sex abuse case recalled being taken to various locations as children and being photographed with naked men, according to a search warrant released by police investigators.

The Beat: The possibility of a second new elementary school

Columbia Missourian reporter Alycia Yount joins KBIA's Eric Durban to discuss the recent Columbia School Board meeting.

Trying terror suspects in New York shows we have no fear

Americans should have faith in our court system and support the 9/11 terrorists trial being held in New York.

'The Oprah Winfrey Show' will end in 2011

"The Oprah Winfrey Show" has run for 25 years and reaches an estimated 42 million viewers a week in the U.S. CBS Television Distribution, which distributes the show, said they hope to continue to work with Winfrey in the future.

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