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Kim English says a good NCAA Tournament for Tigers would replace a season of struggles

Missouri coach Mike Anderson says sometimes Tigers junior guard Kim English overanalyzes. His teammates say the same.

Last season, guard Kim English averaged 14 points-per-game for the Missouri men's basketball team, and as this season approached, so did higher expectations. But as Missouri’s up-and-down season has gone, so has English’s year.

Gabbert, other former Missouri football players prepare for Pro Day

Out of the eight quarterback prospects invited to the NFL combine in February, former Missouri player Blaine Gabbert was the only one who elected not to throw. Scouts will finally get their chance to see what he has at Thursday's Pro Day.

Missouri Senate committee approves elk bill

The Senate Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources committee narrowly approved a bill that would make the Missouri Department of Conservation pay for damage caused by elk.

UPDATE: Missouri Senate backs early presidential primary

If held before March, Missouri's primary presidential election could violate new guidelines set by the national Republican and Democratic parties.

Laugh-out-loud Cincinnati faces Missouri in NCAA return

The Bearcats coach claims his team is "one of the funniest teams on earth."

Missouri softball team notches 14th straight win

The No. 13 Missouri softball team earned its 14th straight win and 10th shutout this season in a 3-0 victory over Southern Illinois on Wednesday at University Field. But coach Ehren Earleywine said it could have been a more satisfying win.

 

Columbia College men's basketball team loses at NAIA tournament

The Columbia College men's basketball team lost 69-67 to Lee University on Wednesday in the first round of the NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament.

Renovated Daniel Boone City Building is opened to Columbia residents

The rededication marked the end of a 4-year,  $26.8 million project to revitalize the Daniel Boone City Building.

Boone County Fire responds to flue fire Tuesday night

The home's residents called the fire department twice.

Cougars lose to Lee University in first round of NAIA tournament

Columbia College had a chance to tie the game and send it to overtime but Henrique Medeiros' shot was blocked at the buzzer.

Internet safety, sexting discussed at parent workshop

Sponsored by Columbia Public Schools' elementary counselors, the workshop was held for parents of elementary school-age children.

House committee OKs payday loan reform

The bill would cap the annual percentage rate payday loan companies could charge and place restrictions on renewing loans.

Residents petition to uphold dog breeding initiative

On March 10, the Senate endorsed a bill that would lift the 50-dog restriction and larger cage requirements imposed by Proposition B.

Cake decorators of all levels compete in MU contest

Decorators tried to bake the best cake in the theme, "A Mizzou Spring."

Steven Rios seeks new trial for 2004 murder of MU student

Rios was convicted in 2005 for killing MU student Jesse Valencia. He was granted a second trial in 2008 after some testimony in the first trial was determined to be hearsay. Now, he claims his counsel in his second trial was ineffective.

MU history department opposes E-courses

In a resolution adopted last week, the department identified their main concerns.

Missouri gymnast Mary Burke earns All-Big 12 honors

The junior was one of five Big 12 gymnasts to be honored in multiple events.

USDA Rural Development awards nearly $1.9 million in grants

The money will fund projects that are educational or expand access to health care services in rural Missouri.

Shots fired at passing vehicle on I-70

Responding to a call Tuesday night, Columbia police found a car with several bullet holes. The driver was uninjured.

Interchange plans near Columbia Regional Airport to be discussed Tuesday

A public meeting Tuesday will discuss the addition of a $14 million diamond interchange at U.S. 63 and Route H.

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