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COMO YOU KNOW: Devil's Icebox

The Devil’s Icebox is a double sinkhole in Rock Bridge Memorial State Park that offers a view of the underground stream and cool, refreshing air.

COMO YOU KNOW: Delta Delta Delta

Delta Delta Delta was founded on November 27, 1888. In 2010, the chapter had 229 members.

COMO YOU KNOW: Dave Yost

Dave Yost is a coach for the Missouri Tigers football team. He is the team’s offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach, placekicker coach and recruiting coordinator.

COMO YOU KNOW: Daniel Boone City Building

What is now the Daniel Boone City Building was once known as the Daniel Boone Tavern, a hotel and informal community center.

Amazon CEO recovers Apollo engines from Atlantic

A privately funded expedition led by Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com raised the main engine parts during three weeks at sea and was headed back to Cape Canaveral, Fla., the launch pad for the manned lunar missions.

President Obama picks Indiana to win NCAA title

President Barack Obama picked the Indiana to win the NCAA men's basketball tournament in his bracket. He also predicted Louisville, Ohio State and Florida to round out the Final Four.

Jackie Robinson film screening to benefit KC Negro Leagues Baseball Museum

Kansas City will host an advanced screening of "42." The new Harrison Ford film that documents Jackie Robinson's 1947 Rookie of the Year season with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Proceeds from the screening will benefit the Kansas City Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.

KKK wins another round in Missouri for leafleting efforts

The city of Desloge agreed this week to stop enforcing an ordinance prohibiting leaflets on streets and sidewalks after the American Civil Liberties Union sued on behalf of Imperial Wizard Frank Ancona and members of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.

Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones urges birth control appeal

Jones said without the state's exemption, Missouri citizens, businesses and religious organizations might face fines or have to act counter to their religious beliefs.

 

Columbia College's Heather English named NAIA Women's Basketball All-American

Heather English was named a second team NAIA Division I women's basketball All-American on Wednesday.

Mal Moore stepping down at Alabama

Mal Moore, athletic director at the University of Alabama, is stepping down due to health issues. He'll take a position as special assistant to the president.

NCAA to take second look at recruiting rules

The changes to recruiting, set by the NCAA, have been met with opposition. The board of directors will take a second look at the rules in May after a petition was submitted.

Sheriff says missing Missouri mom staged disappearance

Rachel Koechner told investigators Monday night that she slipped away with Davon Sandner, the ex-husband who's the father of her 4-year-old daughter, last week as part of a plan she devised a day before they took off.

Tolton defeats Columbia Independent in first match of season

Tolton Catholic won 6-3 in a team duel Tuesday. Tolton won four of the six singles matches and two of three doubles matches to improve to 1-0 on the season.

Missouri Gov. Nixon visiting war memorial in South Korea

The governor said the ceremony is intended to honor the more than 900 Missouri residents who died during the Korean War.

South Carolina's Frank Martin will be tournament analyst

The CBS Sports Network announced Wednesday that Martin would serve as a studio analyst during coverage of the round of 16 in the NCAA men's basketball tournament on March 28 and 29.

Study: No cancer cluster in St. Louis County

A state study has found no evidence of a cancer cluster in an area of St. Louis County where nuclear waste was produced during the Cold War. The study is being criticized by former residents.

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