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Missouri baseball game at Busch Stadium to prepare team for SEC

This file photo shows the Missouri baseball team at Busch Stadium in 2010 when the team played Illinois. The Tigers return to the stadium to play Illinois at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Wednesday's game against Illinois will give the Tigers a preview of next season, when they will play games in front of large Southeastern Conference crowds on a weekly basis.

Estimate of fish killed at Flat Branch increases to 14,000

The Missouri Department of Conservation finished a fish kill assessment of Flat Branch Creek after water used to extinguish the fire at O'Reilly Auto Parts drained into the creek.

Missouri baseball snaps losing streak against Arkansas-Little Rock

The Tigers gave up an early lead but managed to string together rallies in the seventh and eighth innings to win 10-5. 

Maneater editor resigns after fallout from April Fools' edition

The decision for managing editor Abby Spudich to step down from her leadership position is the latest in a series of student editors resigning after journalistic missteps. Readers' called the April Fools' issue "highly offensive."

Freshman leads Missouri men's golfers to win at Mizzou Intercollegiate

Freshman Ryan Zech earned his first individual championship and the Tigers took home their second consecutive Mizzou Intercollegiate title on Tuesday at the Club at Old Hawthorne.

Plan for MU Nuclear Science and Engineering Institute is stabilized

The institute will continue to exist until all students currently enrolled or admitted into it have finished their degrees, according to a statement from Provost Brian Foster.

Santorum suspends GOP presidential campaign

The former Pennsylvania senator stressed that he'd taken his presidential bid farther than anyone expected, calling his campaign "as improbable as any race that you will ever see for president."

ROSE NOLEN: People shouldn't be satisfied when things remain same

People complain that things aren't like they used to be, but we have wielded the many changes. People are too willing to "throw out the old and take on the new."

Arkansas fires Petrino as football coach

Bobby Petrino was fired Tuesday after admitting he lied about the presence of a 25-year-old female employee who had been riding with him in an April 1 motorcycle accident.

Missouri softball players earn national, Big 12 honors

Senior outfielder Ashley Fleming was named the USA Softball National Player of the Week, and junior Chelsea Thomas was named the Big 12 Pitcher of the Week on Tuesday.

MU forum participants say continuing Trayvon Martin conversation important

In the aftermath of the death of Trayvon Martin, the Mizzou Black Men's Initiative hosted an event Monday night to discuss the implications of racism and stereotyping of black men in America.

Upward basketball emphasizes fun over competition

For the children who are part of the league, the game isn't about winning or losing — it's about kindness, compassion and learning to play. There's also a strong faith component.

Brother: Teen victim in Columbia shooting 'was my other half'

Bryan Rankin, 17, was shot at a party early Saturday morning. He died later that morning at University Hospital. A 15-year-old was arrested on suspicion of the shooting.

Columbia residents discuss ways to promote nonviolence

Columbia residents gathered Tuesday night to discuss violence in Columbia. The participants brainstormed ways to promote nonviolence among youth in Columbia.

MU English and film studies teacher receives final Kemper Fellowship award

MU Assistant Professor Joanna Hearne received the fifth and final 2012 Kemper Fellowship.

Ruby May (Binder) Howell enjoyed caring for people as a nurse

Eleventh annual Hero Awards recognizes work of community volunteers

The Hero Awards recognized volunteers who donate their time to help others in Columbia. 

WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF: Syria defies cease-fire; China ousts top politician

Syria ignored a U.N.-brokered cease fire, China stripped its top leader of post after undisclosed violations, a court ruled Britain can send suspects to U.S. for trial, and a city in Spain nixed the sale of marijuana to lessen its debt.

Chong Mi "Anna" Sin owned Chong's Oriental Market

Chong Mi "Anna" Sin of Columbia died on Saturday, April 7. She was 56 years old.

FROM READERS: Making and using crepes

Crepes can be made quickly and easily and can be used in a variety of dishes.

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