The Tigers tied the game at 6 in the top of the eighth, but let the game slip away in the bottom of the inning on a balk.
Hundreds of farmers are seeking damages in a class-action lawsuit after last May's breach of the levee protecting the Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which conducted the breach with court approval, has filed to dismiss the lawsuit on grounds that the plaintiffs don't have a valid claim.
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She has proven she cares about making Columbia a better place for all its citizens, not just a wealthy few.
Barbara Hoppe cares for her constituents, listens to their concerns and actively engages in the issues.
Republicans Norman Lampton and John D. Sullivan join Democratic incumbent Cathy Richards and Democrat Connie Bell Hendren in the race for the Boone County office
Damage to the Ash Street apartment building estimated at $150,000.
Voters will select council representatives in Columbia's Second and Sixth wards on Tuesday. Each ward has different challenges and constituencies.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has analysis of accidents involving deer between 2002 and 2010.
The Cougars beat Indiana-Southeast 7-3 in the first game and 6-0 in the second in nonconference play Friday in New Albany, Ind.
Costs under question include $670,000 for utility assistance, around $44 million in expenses for welfare programs and close to $190,000 in over-payments to supplement the unemployed.
Battery acid ruined some equipment, and clean-up may take most of the day.
James Terrell Miller, 16, faces charges of armed criminal action, unlawful use of a weapon and first-degree assault in connection with gunshots fired outside the restaurant on Feb. 20.
Two juvenile males are in custody, and two others are in the hospital with charges pending.
Evidence suggests they were responsible for robberies at Hong Kong Restaurant, Motel 6 East and Break Time store on Nifong Boulevard, police said.
While many universities hire adjunct faculty to help fill basic courses, some critics say the practice is actually detrimental to the university. Adjunct faculty hires rose by 48 percent at MU between 2002 and 2011.
After struggling with poor academic performance and high administrative costs, charter schools previously sponsored by Missouri Baptist University are in danger of closing. The private Christian school has announced it will give the state oversight of seven charter school campuses.
Jennifer Valenti and Carrie Cooper, mothers with children who attend Catholic schools, are working to rebuild child-safety measures within the church and have pledged to follow Missouri's mandated reporting law to the letter.
Players are converging on convenience stores in the 42 states and Washington, D.C., where Mega Millions tickets are sold despite the slim odds of claiming the record $540 million jackpot.