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Missouri sideline reacts to final minutes of Saturday's football game

With his teammates and coaches celebrating behind him, T.J. Moe runs in the winning touchdown during the last minute of the fourth quarter of the San Diego State game on Saturday. The Tigers beat the Aztecs 27-24.

As time ran out for Missouri, coach Gary Pinkel and his players never lost faith.

ANALYSIS: No more, no fewer audits before election

Missouri Auditor Susan Montee says timing of audit releases not under her control, but she doesn't plan to suspend them during election season as other have done previously.

LETTER: Nine tips to prevent being shocked by a Taser

If you obey the officer, the risk of being shot with a Taser goes down considerably.

Difficult budget forces cuts in city travel and training

Police and IT departments and Columbia Water and Light will feel the most impact as the City Council pushes for tighter travel and training budgets.

Early bird gets the vote? Politicians hunt early ballots

Campaigns and party strategists are putting increasing amounts of money and effort into swaying voters who cast their ballots early.

MU soccer finishes challenging nonconference schedule

The Tigers lost 3-2 to Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Sunday afternoon.

Sunday morning fire displaces Columbia resident

There was about $50,000 worth of damage.

The week in comments: brick streets, Proposition B, Missouri football, re-introducing elk to Missouri

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.

Bowyer snaps 88-race drought in Chase opener

Carl Edwards' winless streak continues after his 11th-place finish in the first race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.

Soaked racers complete Columbia’s first Susan G. Komen 5K

More than 4,000 walkers and runners participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Sunday. Many of the events surrounding the race were canceled because of rain, but the 5K drew record participants and has already raised more than $140,000 for breast cancer research, screening and awareness.

Hickman and Rock Bridge swim teams compete in COMO Invitational

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