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Arizona wins College World Series title with 4-1 win over South Carolina

Brandon Dixon's tie-breaking double started a three-run ninth inning for Arizona, and the Wildcats won their first national title since 1986 with a 4-1 victory over two-time defending champion South Carolina on Monday night.

Missouri case tests party host's role in fatal crash

Sandra S. Triebel, 47, could be tried for involuntary manslaughter after she allegedly served alcohol to minors before one of them became involved in a fatal road accident.

Agriculture officials to assess Missouri drought

Gov. Jay Nixon says the heat and drought likely will cause crop yields to decline and put livestock under stress.

Show-Me State Games still seeking entries

The Show-Me State Games are still accepting entries for its July competition in Columbia.

Experts say 32-pound Missouri girl found in closet faces long recovery

The child weighed 26 pounds in January 2006. Doug Carlson, a doctor and professor from St. Louis, said that a five-pound gain for a child was much too little, and "a reasonable parent would have sought medical care."

2 big donors switch sides in Missouri lieutenant governor's race

Rex Sinquefield and David Humphreys had previously donated money to Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, but have switched sides by making donations to state Sen. Brad Lager, who is running in the Republican primary for lieutenant governor.

MSU student-housing project delayed by high bids

Missouri State University's plans for new student housing on its main Springfield campus have been delayed because bids for the project came in higher than expected.

St. Louis Symphony musicians reach 4-year deal

Musicians with the St. Louis Symphony agreed to a new four-year contract, bumping yearly minimum income from nearly $82,000 in fiscal year 2013 to roughly $86,000 four years later.

Supreme Court limits state action on immigration

The Supreme Court struck down three major provisions of Arizona's illegal immigrations laws Monday.

Final steel beam lifted at 4 World Trade Center

The final steel beam was set in place for 4 World Trade Center, which will become the first occupied high-rise at the new trade center site since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

Hot hay blamed for Missouri barn fire

A fire, started by overheated hay, destroyed a barn in north-central Missouri. 

Missouri seeks stadium expansion for SEC move

The plan calls for an additional 6,000 seats at Memorial Stadium.

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