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U.S. House candidates outline positions on energy policy

The candidates for the 9th District seat in the U.S. Congress are contemplating how the nation can begin creating alternative energy sources and become more self-sufficient and self-sustaining.

House candidates talk ethics reform

The ethics reform bill Gov. Jay Nixon signed into law this year divided the Missouri General Assembly along party lines.

Clyde Wilson Memorial Park to undergo restoration, preserve rustic feel

A comprehensive restoration plan for Clyde Wilson Memorial Park was resented to East Campus residents on Tuesday. It focuses on improving existing trails, repairing old bridges and restoring memorial benches.

Groups debate potential dangers of Tasers

Police officers and experts from across America bring up the pros and cons of Taser usage.

Accreditation raises the caliber of MU’s new public health program

MU's Master of Public Health Program recently became the first public university in the state to receive accreditation. Saint Louis University’s program is also accredited.

Rock Bridge cross-country teams qualify for state championships

Both Rock Bridge and Hickman cross country teams qualified runners for state competition. 

Missouri cross-country teams struggle at Big 12 Championships

Both the men's and women's teams finished 11th overall. 

Team parents show support, spirit at Missouri baseball team's Fall World Series

The parents of the Missouri baseball players showed their support with a large turnout and a festive tailgate at Saturday's Fall World Series game. 

Missouri volleyball defeats Kansas State

The Missouri volleyball team defeated Kansas State 25-12, 25-17, 25-21 Saturday at Hearnes Center.

Rock Bridge ends volleyball season with sectional loss

The Rock Bridge girls volleyball team lost in Class 4 sectional play Saturday, falling to Nixa in two games in a match held at Rock Bridge.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Drugs cartels impede press freedom in Colombia, Mexico

Journalists in Mexico and Columbia face threats of violence, even death, for not following the dictates of drug cartels, some of which enjoy the covert support of government officials.

Superheroes unite to raise money for schools

The event attempted to break the Guinness World Record for the most superheroes in one place at a time but did not succeed.

Maylee makes court appearance in triple-homicide

Joshua Maylee is charged with murder and first-degree assault in a triple homicide in Callaway County. Family members of the victims attended his court appearance.

Missouri man charged with shooting 4 people, killing 3 in Callaway County

In a probable cause statement Friday, police said shell casings recovered from the two shootings matched those found at the home where Maylee had been living.

Missouri man charged with 3 counts of murder

Police have said the killings, for which Joshua William Maylee has been charged, were not random, but they have declined to say why the victims might have been targeted.

TIGER KICKOFF: Missouri football team adjusts to winning atmosphere

Missouri's senior leaders say that in order to play at the level the team has reached, the Tigers need to forget about the gravity of the situation, the rankings and the attention.

TIGER KICKOFF: MU linebacker playing through pain

For the past several weeks Will Ebner has dealt with an injury that sounds less painful than he said it feels. The junior linebacker has a dancer’s fracture.

 

 

TIGER KICKOFF: Missouri's last football game in Lincoln could be biggest

Missouri's victory over Oklahoma made the Tigers' game with Nebraska an unofficial Big 12 North Championship game. Early in conference play, it is a two-team contest in the division, and Saturday's outcome could make or ruin the season for either team.

Fire engulfs duplex on Scott Boulevard

Seven fire trucks and an ambulance were sent to the scene of a fire. Officials are still looking into the cause of the incident.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Proposition A is a statewide issue, not just a local issue

Proposition A has unearthed discussion across the state about whether voting on the issue of earnings taxes should be contained to local voters or extended to voters across the state.

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