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UPDATE: St. Louis airport reopens for some arriving flights

Crews inspect damage to the roof of Concourse C at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport on Saturday. If power is restored, the airport is expected to be able to operate at 70 percent capacity starting Sunday. The airport director said one American Airlines jet sustained significant damage, and four other American planes had minor damage.

Lambert-St. Louis International Airport could see about 70 percent of its normal arrivals and departures operating on Sunday.

Lovelock leads MU women's golfers

Hannah Lovelock was absent in the MU women's golf team fall season because of back surgery, but has come back strong for the spring season and the Big 12 Championship this weekend.

NASCAR Nationwide win another high note for Carl Edwards

Columbia native Carl Edwards' victory in Saturday's Nationwide event was his fifth career win at Nashville Superspeedway, where winners earn customized guitars.

Families hunt for Easter eggs at Douglass Park

More than 35o children and parents attended the annual event sponsored by Columbia Parks and Recreation Department.

Time is running out for Missouri pseudoephedrine prescription bill

A tight deadline in the Missouri House might stall a bill that requires a doctor's prescription to purchase medicine containing pseudoephedrine, a key component in cold and allergy medications as well as in the making of meth.

Donate to help those affected by storms in St. Louis

More volunteers are not needed to help with clean-up efforts after Friday night's storms, but donations can be made online or by telephone.

Rivers keep rising; several Missouri waterways flooding

Because of this week's heavy rains and strong storms, flood predictions continue to rise.

Missouri softball beats No. 14 Nebraska 4-1

Missouri pitcher Chelsea Thomas didn't allow a hit in the first five innings, and the No. 8 Missouri softball team beat No. 14 Nebraska 4-1 Saturday in Lincoln.

Missouri track and field falls short at Georgia

Although Missouri's men's and women's track and field teams both lost to Georgia at a dual meet on Saturday, several Tigers — including four sophomores — had strong individual performances.

Missouri baseball beats Baylor, wins first Big 12 series

The Missouri baseball team was propelled to a series-clinching 10-1 victory over Baylor with 16 hits and a good outing from starting pitcher Matt Stites on Saturday.

Missouri tennis team sweeps Colorado in final home match

Missouri won the doubles match and then won all six singles matches against Colorado on Saturday.

Tornado stalls MO-X service to St. Louis

An empty MO-X van was nearly pushed from the top of a parking garage after a tornado struck Lambert-St. Louis International Airport on Friday.

UPDATE: Unconfirmed tornadoes strike St. Louis, surrounding communities

Damage occurred at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport and at several communities around the airport, including: Bridgeton, St. Ann, Ferguson and Florissant.

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