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Missouri men's basketball drops overtime decision to Texas A&M

Missouri dropped to 1-2 in Big 12 play with an overtime loss to Texas A&M

Tiger Tipoff: Phil Pressey sheds protective glove and finds shooting touch in loss to Texas A&M

Phil Pressey had trouble scoring in his first two games when he returned to the court after breaking a bone in his shooting hand. But, after removing a protective glove from his right hand to start the second half, Pressey found his touch in Missouri's 91-89 overtime loss to Texas A&M on Saturday.

 

Missouri women handed game to A&M with season-high 27 turnovers

Twenty-seven turnovers led to an 80-45 loss for the Missouri women's basketball against No. 7 Texas A&M, dropping the Tigers' Big 12 Conference record to 1-2.

Flores' absence hurts MU women's basketball team

Christine Flores missed Saturday's game with a broken finger. Her presence was missed as No. 7 Texas A&M defeated Missouri 80-45.

Beauty and the Beast is a win for audience and athletes alike

Hearnes Center was filled with motion and sound for Saturday afternoon's Beauty and the Beast event featuring the MU wrestling and gymnastics teams.

Three people taken to University Hospital after accident

Three people were transported to the hospital after two vehicles ran off the road and overturned.

Astrological sign shift causes some debate

Twitter bursts speculate about the addition of a 13th zodiac sign, Ophiuchus, which is only relevant to the sidereal zodiac because it's based on the position of the stars. While there is a 13th constellation, it remains unclear if this addition to the zodiac is official.

Fourth candidate enters race for Columbia School Board

A fourth candidate filed for one of three available seats on the Columbia School Board.

Hickman rebounds with win at Nerinx Hall

The Hickman girls basketball team beat Nerinx Hall 57-49 on Saturday in Webster Groves behind 24 points from Aqua Corpening and 20 from Jade Holly.

Suspect in St. Louis robbery accused of kidnapping

Larry Romel Newmon is accused of holding two girls for 30 hours and taking them to Illinois before handing them over to a relative in exchange for $15,000.

Missouri cancer patient works to keep drug an option

When the FDA withdrew approval for Avastin, Julie Heppe, who has Stage 4 breast cancer, went to action to fight the decision. She's made it her mission to fight the decision. "I want to bring awareness to what the FDA and government can do to limit our resources," she said.

 

Missouri woman shares struggles after daughter's death

Katie Schwent reflects on her daughter's struggle with brain cancer as she shares her faith story with others in "Still Standing Through Christian Faith," Schwent's self-published memoir. Ten percent of proceeds from the sale of the book go to the American Cancer Society.

 

Serious dog bites increasing, taking toll

About 4.5 million dog bite incidents occur in the United States each year. Dog bites caused 316,200 trips to the emergency room and 9,500 hospitalizations in 2008, the latest figures from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

Missouri diner offers work to recovering addicts

At Downtown Diner in Branson, all the employees, including the manager and assistant manager, are recovering from drug or alcohol addiction.

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