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Flacco leads Ravens past young Chiefs

Kansas City is still without a playoff win since 1994.

ANALYSIS: Extra funding unavailable for many Missouri programs

Elected officials are ignoring a number of laws outlining state funding for such programs as K-12 education and higher education because of hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of budget shortfalls.

Cassel throws 3 interceptions in first playoff start

The Chiefs were unable to keep pace with the Baltimore Ravens.

Suspect in attack on congresswoman acted alone

Court documents show the man accused of attempting to assassinate Rep. Gabrielle Giffords had contact with the congresswoman in the past.

Arizona tragedy gives Congress a moment to pause rhetoric

The shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in Arizona is leading some to reconsider the use of overheated language in politics.

Planning and Zoning commissioner, attorney to run for council

Helen Anthony joins Glen Ehrhardt in running for the Fifth Ward seat.

Giffords story: A lesson for media in leaping to conclusions

NPR apologizes to Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' family over its false report that the congresswoman had died. That report was quickly repeated and "confirmed" by other news organizations.

Portraits of four of the victims

After two upsets, Missouri wrestling team takes fifth place

The Tigers achieve their goal and finish fifth, their highest NWCA National Duals finish since 2007 when they finished in second. 

Monet's water lilies to reunite at Missouri museums

The three paintings, which last toured together in 1980, will be shown from April to August in Kansas City and from September to January in St. Louis.

For minorities, new 'digital divide' seen

Researchers have noticed signs of segregation online that perpetuate divisions in the physical world.

Condemned inmates' last words telling

Some are contrite. Some are defiant. Some are just bizarre. Scholars and others have studied what the condemned say just before they die.

Missouri Baptist leader resigns over 'immoral behavior'

The state arm of the Southern Baptist Convention said the Rev. David Tolliver's departure was immediate, and another leader will fill in as executive director until the organization names a permanent replacement.

Fans show support for Chiefs in Columbia

Fans turned out Sunday to cheer for the Kansas City Chiefs as they faced the Ravens.

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