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Missouri softball splits doubleheader against No. 2 Arizona

The Tigers were shutout in Game 1 but rebounded in the second game.

Kespohl doubts sending Landmark e-mail

Gary Kespohl, who is challenging Karl Skala for the Third Ward seat on the Columbia City Council, said he doesn't believe he sent a 2008 e-mail voicing concern about Landmark Hospital.

Q&A: Jeremy Maclin reflects on rookie NFL season

In his first season with the Philadelphia Eagles, former Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin caught 55 passes for 762 yards and four touchdowns in the regular season.

Johnson gets break, wins at California

Carl Edwards finished in 13th place.

Missouri baseball tops New Mexico State

Video of Rodman Marine arrest released

Rodman Marine was stunned with a Taser by a Columbia police officer at a 2006 traffic stop and is now asking for $1 million in damages.

UM System's Accountability Measurement System provides transparency, focus

The University of Missouri System has created a way to track the progress each system university makes toward meeting 80 targets. Though the system sets the overall goal, each university is able to select its own target for those goals.

Rain to turn into snow early Sunday evening

National Weather Service in St. Louis predicts rain will turn to snow early Sundayevening for Columbia.

2008 e-mail to City Council regarding Landmark Hospital

The e-mail sent from Gary Kespohl's account attempts to persuade the City Council's decsion in the May 2008 vote on the issue of building the Landmark Hospital.

Recent storms cause transportation problems in Missouri, Kansas

Slick roads led to several accidents in Kansas, where some areas experienced snow or sleet, and heavy slush shut down runways at Kansas City International Airport in Missouri.

ANALYSIS: Missouri officials consider campaign limit reversal

State leaders will try to decide whether or not the state's campaign finance limits should be reintroduced after the Supreme Court tossed out a law similar to the one on the books in Missouri.

Plane attack on IRS building extreme example of tax protest

Joseph Stack, the man who flew a plane into an IRS building in Austin, Texas, was one of many people who believe tax laws do not apply to them and are unconstitutional.

Biofuel grass tested in Northwest Missouri

In an effort to find alternatives to oil, farmers in Northwest Missouri are researching and testing biofuel crops, such as Miscanthus grass.

Branson airport to announce new carrier

Branson airport plans to announce plans for a new air carrier on Tuesday.

ANALYSIS: What's at stake for Thursday's health care summit

President Obama will hold a White House summit Thursday hoping to persuade mainly Democrats and Indepedents to support his health care plan.

Woman arrested for shooting at husband over tax return money

A suburban St. Louis woman has been arrested after she shot and missed her husband over tax return money.

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