Senior forward Alysha Bonnick scored twice in the final five minutes to give the Tigers a comeback win against Oklahoma.
Missouri makes its debut in the poll, while Texas falls out for the first time in 10 years.
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Greg Rhodenbaugh is hoping to cultivate a "championship mentality" here like the one he enjoyed at the University of Arizona, which won national championships in 2008. He himself was a national champion relay swimmer in 1983.
The party is divided between moderates and conservatives, and a rare challenge appears to be brewing for the president pro tem's seat.
Carl Edwards finished in sixth place.
Most of the $2 million raised has come from out-of-state sources.
People shared their festival experiences on MyMissourian.com.
The Perlow-Stevens Gallery will be moving from its familiar location near Eighth Street and Broadway to 1025 E. Walnut St. in the North Village Arts District.
Taking to the streets of downtown Columbia, more than 150 Columbia residents participated in the Crop Walk to fight hunger.
The city should take the concerns of the disabled into consideration as it studies whether to expand Columbia Regional Airport.
Proposition A would make the two cities' earnings taxes — 1 percent levies taken from the paychecks of those who live or work in the cities — subject to voter approval.
Alpha Phi's Omicron chapter celebrated 100 years of sisterhood on the MU campus last weekend. The event drew more than 620 current students and alumnae back to the Greektown house.