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UPDATE: Missouri prosecutor drops all charges in Mohler family sex case

Prosecutor Kellie Wingate Campbell said that the victims' allegations could not be proved beyond reasonable doubt.

UPDATE: Missouri family sex case charges being dismissed

A Missouri prosecutor dismissed all charges against five men accused of sexually molesting young relatives on a western Missouri farm more than 20 years ago.

Missouri family sex case charges being dismissed

A Lafayette County prosecutor said she was dismissing all charges against five men accused of sexually molesting young relatives on a western Missouri farm more than 20 years ago.

Missouri women's basketball wins first conference tournament game since 2008

The Tigers nearly blew a 22-point lead but held on for a 72-68 victory over Oklahoma State on Wednesday in Kansas City.

Missouri men's basketball team prepares for Big 12 tournament

The Missouri men's basketball team is focusing on fundamentals as it heads into postseason play. Tigers head coach Frank Haith said he thinks their guard-heavy lineup will be a benefit in tournament play.

Missouri House Budget Committee approves 2013 fiscal spending plan

The proposed spending plan will decrease aid for Supplemental Aid to the Blind program to $6 million and reverse Gov. Jay Nixon's proposed cuts to higher education. A cut to the Department of Conservation also was reversed during Wednesday's budget panel.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri women's basketball beats Oklahoma State in first round of Big 12 tournament

In the first round of the Big 12 tournament Wednesday, the Missouri women's basketball team beat Oklahoma State 72-68. No. 10 Missouri will now advance to play No. 2 Oklahoma at 5 p.m. Thursday in Kansas City.

Oklahoma State tops Texas Tech 76-60 in Big 12 tournament

Keiton Page scored 20 points, Brian Williams added 19 and seventh-seeded Oklahoma State knocked off No. 10 seed Texas Tech 76-60 Wednesday night to open the Big 12 tournament.

Prosecuting attorney presents evidence in Peterson murder trial

New evidence suggests that James Porter's blood and three bullets were found in a Chevy Tahoe belonging to Zachariah Peterson, who is charged with the second-degree murder of Porter in January 2011.

Rock Bridge girls basketball braces for tough opponent in state semifinals

Rock Bridge used a clear height advantage to reach the semifinals of the Class 5 state tournament, winning in postseason play by an average of 36 points. On Thursday, against Incarnate Word Academy from St. Louis, they’re going to need that advantage.

 

Missouri Supreme Court upholds death sentence of Michael Tisius

The state's highest court denied Michael Tisius' appeal to his death sentence for two counts of first-degree murder.

DAVID ROSMAN: Limbaugh's insincere apology makes situation worse for all, including Missouri

An insincere apology forced out of Rush Limbaugh by drops in ratings and advertisers does nothing to make amends. And the Republican candidates, other than Ron Paul, have done nothing to condemn his remarks.

J. KARL MILLER: Let's hear it for Coach Haith

Frank Haith has turned allegations of NCAA violations and calls to resign into the best regular-season record in Missouri men's basketball history.

Math gender gap theory faces skepticism from MU professor

An MU professor is challenging the belief that the reason women perform less well than men on difficult math tests is because of the stereotype that women aren't as smart at math.

Shepard Boulevard residents worry about traffic increase by Crosscreek Center

Although the construction of student apartments would cause less traffic than the previously proposed car lot, residents are still concerned about a glut of students driving to campus.

Texas A&M beats Oklahoma 62-53 in Big 12 tournament's opening round

The opening-round game of the Big 12 tournament between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas A&M Aggies was marked by an abundance of successful 3-pointers and foul shots, with the Aggies ultimately coming out on top.

Columbia City Council candidate Mike Atkinson holds fundraiser

Atkinson, co-owner of The Candy Factory, is running for the council's Second Ward seat. City spending and crime are two issues he wants to focus on if elected.

Senate bill authorizing tolls on I-70 hits roadblock

Senate Transportation Committee Chairman Sen. Bill Souffer said he doesn't see the bill moving past the committee for a vote on the Senate floor, but would like to continue public debate about other options to fund the overhaul.

Jazz guitarist Russell Malone teaches musical lessons to Columbia students, residents

The musician shared stories, lessons and musical guidance as part of his residency with the "We Always Swing" Jazz Series.

NCAA Selection: Kansas, Missouri considered for top seeds

The NCAA selection committee chairman all but handed out the first two No. 1 seeds to Kentucky and Syracuse, but the last two spots are up for grabs. Kansas and Missouri are in the mix with Duke, North Carolin, Ohio State and Michigan State.

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