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St. Joseph woman turns 106 on Valentine's Day

A St. Joseph woman celebrates her 106th birthday on Valentine's Day.

Missouri men's basketball loses in final seconds to Baylor

After taking the lead in the final minute, the Tigers saw that lead dissapear in the final seconds, as Baylor tipped-in a missed free throw to win 64-62.

Chloe Sutton leads U.S. Grand Prix field

Chloe Sutton, an 18-year-old U.S. National Team member and Olympian, has already won two medals in this weekend's Missouri Grand Prix. Her high expectations and competitive streak have helped her become the current leader in the series standings.

MU softball player shows value any place on the field

Some may remember senior Missouri softball player Gina Schneider from her winning home run in the fifth inning of Game 3 of the NCAA Super Regional series against UCLA last season. Among the Tigers she is known for her ability to play multiple positions.

'China Night' at Jesse Auditorium celebrates the lunar new year

Chinese performers wow the crowd at "China Night" at Jesse Auditorium on Saturday night. The Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars organized the event to celebrate the lunar new year.

Rock Bridge wrestler overcomes adversity to qualify for state

Rock Bridge senior wrestler Will Evans was one of four Bruins to qualify for state at Saturday's district meet, including sophomore Trent Johnson and juniors Josh Gaskins and Josh Braselton. Hickman qualified two wrestlers for state, freshman J’den Cox and sophomore Will Owens. Cox was the only district champion.

No. 3 Nebraska holds off Missouri women's basketball team

The Tigers women's basketball team led by six points late, but No. 10 Nebraska scored the game's final 10 points, beating Missouri 82-78 on Saturday afternoon at Mizzou Arena.

Missouri gymnast Allie Heizelman wins Big 12 honor

Vancouver Olympics Day 2

Speed skating and women's ice hockey were some of the sports showcased during the second day of the Vancouver Olympics.

Daniel Boone Regional Library gets new interactive library catalog

The Daniel Boone Regional Library's new interactive catalog lets users to post reviews, comments and ratings under book listings.

Hickman girls basketball team drops final home game

Hickman suffered a 60-37 loss against Ozark on Saturday in the Kewpies' last home game of the regular season.

Columbia College women's basketball team defeat Stephens

Columbia College's Whitney Widaman all scorers with 20 points Saturday in the Cougars' 85-64 win over Stephens.

Fourth Ward candidates tackle economics and visioning

Fourth Ward candidates disagree about how to incentivize new local businesses.

Nebraska might have best women's basketball fan in country

Anthony Ainslie has attended every home game the Nebraska women's basketball team has played in the past three years. He also makes many of the weekend bus trips to the away games. With his unorthodox attire and crazy antics, Ainslie leaves a lasting impression.

Missouri tennis splits in Minneapolis

Pacifist speech berates Obama

Hedy Epstein, pacifist and Holocaust survivor, gave a lecture at MU Friday night that said President Barack Obama's Nobel Peace Prize was undeserved.

Vancouver Olympics Day 1

The 2010 Winter Olympic Games began on Friday in Vancouver, British Columbia. Some of the sports kicking off the games were speed skating and women's ice hockey. Athletes from other sports started practicing for their events.

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