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Woman freed from upended car after collision

No one was hospitalized following the accident, which occurred at the Grindstone Parkway entrance ramp to U.S. 63.

Missouri basketball team hosts youth clinic

Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson said in addition to giving back to the community, the youth clinic held Saturday at Douglass Park also allows him to watch his players teach the skills he taught them.

Classic rides shine at car show thanks to owners' love

Mid-Missouri car collectors gathered to show their restored vehicles and share their stories at the Old Wheels Collector Car Club's 36th annual car show.

UM employee premiums increase for third year in a row

The University of Missouri System will be raising its medical insurance premiums starting Jan. 1 in response to rising medical costs.

MU volleyball sweeps Colorado

Newcomers attracted to atlatl competition in Columbia

Experienced and novice users of the ancient weapon gathered to test their skills at Bass Pro Shop in Columbia.

Hickman boys soccer takes consolation championship

Columbia College volleyball picks up pair of victories

MU women's cross country finishes sixth in Louisville

MU softball beats Meramec CC, Jefferson County

Driver OK after car overturns on Highway WW

The driver of a Honda Accord ran off the right side of the road, overcorrected and lost control Saturday afternoon.

Missouri swimmers cruise in new coach's debut

The Missouri swimming and diving teams won their season-opening Show-Me Showdown on Saturday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center, which was also new coach Greg Rhodenbaugh debut.

Hickman cross-country teams run in Laker Invite

The Kewpies' girls team placed fourth out of 12 teams and the boys team was sixth out of 14 teams.

Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ live updates

Columbia College to fill YouZeum building

Columbia College hopes to complete relocating its nursing program and online operations to the YouZeum building by fall 2011.

Council to commission study of airport terminal

On Monday, the Columbia City Council will vote to allocate funds for a study to recommend improvements for the Columbia Regional Airport’s terminal.

MU researchers believe high levels of BPA dangerous

The extremely high levels of bisphenol A discovered could lead to variety of health problems including heart disease, diabetes, obesity and cancer.

Missouri judicial selection process further opened

The Missouri Supreme Court announced Thursday that judicial interviews are now open to the public.

PHOTO GALLERY: Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ kicks off

Take a look at what happened Friday night at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival.

 

MU researcher studies relationship between hospice communication, patient pain

The researcher has received a $2.1 million federal grant to conduct the study. The research is looking at how communication can change caregivers' understanding of pain and pain management.

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