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Emotional Stein celebrates one last win at Mizzou Arena

Missouri women's basketball coach Cindy Stein, left, argues a call Sunday with basketball official Michol Murray at Mizzou Arena. The ever intense Stein is stepping down at season's end but showed she isn't letting it hold her back from coaching.

The Missouri women's basketball coach, who is in her 12th and final season, led Missouri to a win against Texas Tech.

Missouri women's basketball seniors win final home game

On Senior Day at Mizzou Arena, the Missouri women's basketball team pulled out an overtime victory against Texas Tech.

Medical examiner, anthropologist to examine skeleton found Saturday

The human skeleton discovered by a 13-year-old on Saturday in the woods near Roger I. Wilson Memorial Drive is believed to be an adult.

Columbia resident injured in Jefferson City shooting

A 24-year-old Columbia resident was shot early Sunday morning at 63 Sports Complex in Jefferson City. Two others were injured in the shooting.

Attendance increases at Missouri Deer Classic

For the first time in several years, attendance was up at the Missouri Deer Classic. The event, held Saturday and Sunday at the Boone County Fairgrounds, featured live entertainment, vendors and representives from not-for profit organizations.

Two Missouri softball players take advantage of rare starts

Freshman Rachel Hay and junior Lisa Simmons help lead the Tigers to another victory in the Missouri Breast Cancer Awareness Tournament.

Rock Bridge dance team wins national pom competition

The Rock Bridge High School dance team placed first in large varsity pom at the National Dance Alliance championships in Orlando, Fla.

Missouri women's basketball coach prepares for last game at Mizzou Arena

Sunday will be the last time coach Cindy Stein leads the Tigers women's basketball team at Mizzou Arena.

Who are you? The answer might be in your favorite song

Whether it's record producing or neuroscience, for Dan Levitin it's all about the music. Levitin, author of the bestselling "This is Your Brain on Music: The Science of a Human Obsession," will speak at MU this week.

Edwards and Keselowski 'have at it' again

A feud between Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski boiled over Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, leading to another frightening crash that sent a car hurtling toward the grandstands.

Kurt Busch wins again at Atlanta after 2 crashes

Carl Edwards caused one of the crashes and will likely face discipline Monday.

The week in comments: A faux-flash mob; cotton ball fury; City Council seating and art

Every week, readers of ColumbiaMissourian.com offer their opinions on the news and the Missourian's coverage of it. Here, we offer you a digest of some of the conversations we found most interesting. This week's hottest topics included the cotton ball incident, the flash mob planned for the MU-KU game and the absence of a familiar piece of art from the Columbia City Council chambers.

School board to consider budget reductions, amendments on Monday

The Columbia School Board is scheduled to discuss budget amendments, such as changing how after-school programs are run, at 7 p.m. Monday.

Missouri baseball team suffers fourth straight loss

Missouri lost to Texas on Sunday in Houston. The Tigers lost all three games this weekend at the Houston College Classic.

Armed robbery near Conley Avenue Garage reported

Two people in black masks took a man's wallet and cell phone early Sunday, according to MU Police.

COLUMN: This March Madness, join God's squad

As March Madness approaches you need to see another tough matchup coming your way. Are you rooting for God's team, or Satan's?

Martin agrees to contract extension with K-State

The K-State men's basketball coach was also picked as The Associated Press Big 12 coach of the year.

Royals' Gordon out with broken right thumb

The third baseman is likely to miss Kansas City's season opener.

Organizers deem Saturday's flash mob to woo Google a success

Google flash mob group meets today to discuss more options to increase community awareness.

Missouri women's soccer tie in spring season game

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