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UPDATE: Police still searching for suspect in Holts Summit shootings

Sgt. Robert Bruchsaler answers questions at a press conference Wednesday at the Callaway County Sheriff's Department regarding a triple homicide in mid-Missouri. Three people were killed, and one was wounded in the shootings.

Authorities said the three killings were not random and the suspect was believed to have acted alone.

Citizens opposing and supporting Prop 2 make final push

With less than a week before the general election, law enforcement agencies and a group opposing Taser use are ramping up their arguments for and against.

After big return Missouri's Smith ready for Nebraska

After recovering from a broken bone in his right leg, Missouri defensive end Aldon Smith returned with a force Saturday against Oklahoma, making an interception and returning it 58 yards.

UPDATE: Police arrest two more suspects in Hobson homicide

Daron M. Peal, 23, and his brother Darris A. Peal, 21, of Columbia, were arrested on charges of second-degree robbery and second-degree murder. The U.S. Marshals Service arrested the suspects at about 11 a.m. in Jennings.

Deadline near to request Missouri absentee ballot

To be sent an absentee ballot, voters must deliver a request to their county clerk or local election authority by 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Board gathers information on police misconduct complaint

The Citizens Police Review Board heard from five people about a complaint involving excessive force used by a police officer in December 2009 at Nephew's Night Life.

Twitter incites rumors about University Hospital lockdown

Several Twitter users questioned MU's decision not to use the text alert system.

Missouri volleyball blocks Kansas' opportunity for win

Three Tigers had five or more blocks in a sweep of the Jayhawks.

Sooners lose, quarterback Bradford pays up

Sam Bradford, a former Oklahoma Sooner, donned a Missouri football jersey provided by St. Louis Rams teammate Danario Alexander after practice Wednesday.

"Committed Rape" struck from lynching victim's death certificate

Scott Wilson, local producer, sought legal help to get the words changed on James Scott's death certificate.

Red-flag weather advisory issued, brings chance of fire

A combination of low relative humidity, strong winds and warm temperatures increase the potential of fires.

Former health secretary to speak at MU policy summit

Among the topics for discussion this year is the impact of the federal health care reform on Missouri.

Reserve goalkeeper boosts Missouri soccer team

Senior Paula Pritzen filled in for starting goalkeeper Jessica Gwin over the weekend and earned two victories for the Tigers.

Storms bring wind, rain to Midwest and South

A fast moving storm traveling from the Pacific Northwest caused high winds, tornadoes and snow throughout the Midwest and South.

Where Missouri House candidates stand on higher education

Candidates for the 21st, 23rd and 24th districts explain their views on higher education funding in Missouri.

Gunter's goal sends Rock Bridge soccer team to decisive win

In the Rock Bridge boys soccer team's 3-0 win against visiting Whitfield on Wednesday night, senior Jonathan Gunter was responsible for the second goal, giving the Bruins firm control of the outcome.

Nebraska's Amukamara ready for Missouri receivers

The Huskers' cornerback looks to redeem himself after a rough performance against Oklahoma State last weekend.

Missouri women's basketball team to use up-tempo style

Coach Robin Pingeton has the Tigers playing a style of basketball that resembles coach Mike Anderson's "Fastest 40 minutes in basketball."

Big 12 suspends Nebraska linebacker for helmet hit

Eric Martin will miss Saturday's game against Missouri.

Columbia superheroes prepare for a super world record

Organizers of the "Be a Superhero for Columbia Public Schools" benefit Saturday hope to break a Guinness Book of World Records mark for recognizable superheroes in one place.

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