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Missouri men's basketball rallies to edge Kansas

Missouri's Marcus Denmon tries to shoot past Kansas' Kevin Young in the Tigers' 74-71 victory Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Denmon led Missouri with 29 points, including a 6-of-9 effort from the 3-point line.

The No. 4 Missouri men's basketball team made a comeback for the ages against No. 8 Kansas on Saturday night at Mizzou Arena.

PHOTO GALLERY: MU beats KU, 74-71, in final home game of the traditional rivalry

The No. 4 Missouri men's basketball team made a comeback for the ages against No. 8 Kansas on Saturday night at Mizzou Arena.

Tony Lewis found not guilty of murder, robbery in Hobson case

Tony Lewis was found not guilty on charges of second-degree robbery and second-degree murder on Saturday. Lewis is the last of eight men to be tried in connection with the 2010 beating, robbery and murder of Aaron Hobson in a Break Time parking lot.

First student in line named cheer captain for ESPN's 'College GameDay'

Stephen Keller, who was the first student in line for ESPN's "College GameDay," was named the cheer captain of the show and led the crowd in chants and songs throughout the morning.

PHOTO GALLERY: ESPN College GameDay comes to Mizzou Arena

MU students and fans gathered at Mizzou Arena Saturday for the broadcast of ESPN "College GameDay."

Marcus Denmon leads Missouri men's basketball to big win against Kansas

Senior Marcus Denmon led No. 4 Missouri with 29 points, including a 6-of-9 effort from the 3-point line, in the Tigers' 74-71 victory against No. 8 Kansas on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.

Missouri baseball relives past at First Pitch Dinner

Missouri baseball coach Tim Jamieson recalled games from his past at the First Pitch Dinner on Saturday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Lewis found not guilty in Hobson case

Tony Lewis was found not guilty for the October 2010 robbery and fatal shooting of Aaron Hobson. 

Raytown South senior has big night, hands Rock Bridge boys second loss in four games

Raytown South senior Earl Peterson finished the game with 31 points, including a 14-point burst in the third quarter that led the Cardinals to a 56-51 win over the Bruins.

 

An estimated 5,000 Missouri fans show up for Saturday's 'College GameDay' in Columbia

By 9 a.m., an estimated 5,000 fans were inside Mizzou Arena for the start of ESPN "College GameDay," being broadcast for basketball from Columbia for the first time.

New FDA rules limit antibiotic use on livestock

The regulation is meant to reduce the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria among livestock.

Romney gains momentum in Nevada caucus

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney left his competitors lagging behind as he gained 42 percent support in the Saturday caucus. Romney's victory in Nevada follows his win in Florida as he continues to prepare for more contested caucuses on the campaign trail.

Endurance crucial to MU Wheelchair Basketball's success

The MU Wheelchair Basketball team beat the Kansas Wheelhawks 77-52 on Saturday at the MU Student Recreation Complex. Then, just two hours later, they beat them again 73-44.

Missouri wrestling unable to take down No. 1 Oklahoma State

The Missouri wrestling team lost 22-12 to Oklahoma State at Hearnes Center on Saturday. Tigers head coach Brian Smith said that now the team has to concentrate on moving forward.

Missouri women's basketball prepares for Texas Tech

In the two teams' first meeting in early January, Texas Tech narrowly escaped Mizzou Arena with a 69-63 victory.

More cities consider parades for Iraq War veterans

A parade held in St. Louis to honor Iraq War veterans in January is inspiring cities around the country to launch similar events.

Film festival encourages dialogue about Peace Corps, international issues

The fifth annual Third Goal International Film Festival covered numerous international issues, including the unique experiences Peace Corps volunteers deal with while in other countries.

Laura Melloway loved helping others

City seeks public opinion in third phase of comprehensive plan

Through surveys and meetings, Columbia residents are invited to share their opinions on the city's future growth and development.

Jefferson City considers $41 million sales tax increase

Revenues from the tax increase would be put to a variety of projects, including about $17.4 million that would be directed for a new conference center and redevelopment of the site of a former state prison.

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