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TODAY'S QUESTION: Should the Missouri men's basketball team play an annual game at the Hearnes Center?

A non-conference men's basketball game would be the perfect opportunity to recapture the atmosphere at the Hearnes Center.

Box of Shakespeare's works donated to book sale

The box contained an eight-volume collection of Shakespeare's works printed in 1773, and a book of the playwright's poetry printed in 1774.

TIGER KICKOFF: Gachkar overcomes challenges to lead Missouri football team

Missouri senior linebacker Andrew Gachkar has worked through health problems and and balancing academics to become a leader for the Tigers.

PHOTO GALLERY: The Rotary Club delivers hundreds of roses

UPDATE: House fire causes $60,000 in damages

A residential structure fire in northeast Columbia caused $60,000 worth of damage but no injuries.

TIGER KICKOFF: Missouri football team eager for fast-paced game in Lubbock

After physical games against Oklahoma and Nebraska, the Tigers, a team built on speed and skill, will get back to something normal, something faster, something that's more fun for them to watch and play.

One hospitalized after two-car collision at Brickton, East Broadway

A two-car collision sent one woman to the hospital on Friday night.

GRAPHIC: The Big Shift

It’s the biggest switch in more than 60 years. The Republican Party gained 64 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives in Tuesday's election. The Republican shift also occurred in Missouri.

Nixon appoints panel to consider pay raises for state officials

The Missouri Constitution requires the salary commission to meet every two years and make a recommendation by Dec.1.

TIGER KICKOFF: Texas Tech to wear camo uniforms Saturday

On Saturday night against Missouri, Texas Tech will wear camouflage-trimmed jerseys to honor the U.S. Armed Forces and to support the Wounded Warrior Project.

Here's a little history to turn your clocks back by

Don't forget to turn clocks back this weekend as daylight saving time ends. A national expert answers a few questions about the change.

DEAR READER: I would tell you about this letter, but I'm not available

As the news process becomes more public and continues to evolve, a tension still exists between reporters and unavailable sources.

Labor figures show 142 died at work in Missouri in 2009

The number of deaths was down by six for the previous year, according to a report by the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. Most of the deaths were from transportation incidents.

Stephens College basketball builds with new talent

The Stephens College basketball team prepares for their season with few familiar faces. 

Missouri men's swimming loses to South Carolina, women take second against Arkansas and Gamecocks

Texas Tech backup QB may start against Missouri

Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville may go with backup quarterback Steven Sheffield on Saturday night against No. 14 Missouri, but the Tigers really don't care who's taking snaps. They want to bounce back from their first loss of the season.

Veterans Day calendar of events

A look at Veterans Day events in Columbia

Washington's attorney waives preliminary hearing

Attorney Chris Slusher said he is also contemplating requesting a change of venue for the felony charge because the case has received a lot of publicity in Boone County.

Boone, Callaway County jails trade inmates

The move was made to prevent a perceived conflict of interest involving murder suspect Joshua Maylee, whose uncle works for the Callaway County Sheriff's Department.

Harrisburg School District failed tax levy may face recount

A vote on the 30-cent increase failed by 11 votes, with the difference in votes from residents of Howard County. A recount can only be made after the votes are made final and if the difference is less than 1 percent.

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