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Michigan holds off Syracuse to advance to title game

Jordan Morgan took a key charge for the Wolverines late in the second half of the Final Four game in Atlanta.

Louisville rallies late to defeat Wichita State in Final Four

Luke Hancock scored 20 points off the bench to fuel the Cardinals.

Holland, Royals squander late lead in loss to Phillies

Royals closer Greg Holland walked three in the ninth inning and gave up three runs in the Royals' 4-3 loss Saturday night.

FROM READERS: USSVI commander looks to memorialize submarine veterans

Ed Irwin, who retired from the Navy in 1982, is now the commander for the United States Submarine Veterans, Inc. base in Jefferson City.

Carlos Beltran fuels Cardinals' win over Giants

Carlos Beltran hit a go-ahead single in the fifth inning to spur a Cardinals win over his former team.

Bill Clinton's St. Louis conference inspires students, funds projects

The Clinton Global Initiative University, a day-long conference that discussed issues like world hunger and national debt, was hosted Saturday in St. Louis.

Missouri firm hopes to change crowdfunding industry

CrowdIt is entering the market of crowdfunding sites, which allow individuals to contribute money online to reach a funding goal set by a project creator or business owner.

SEMO program nurtures agricultural survival techniques

The agricultural program at Southeast Missouri State University is training students to develop the skills they'll need to feed the world.

Race to build driverless cars is in full throttle

Google and other innovators say they may be just five years away from having all the tools to market what researchers call "a fully autonomous vehicle."

Jay Nixon, Hickenlooper speak as many gather for Clements' memorial at Woodcrest

Hundreds of people gathered for a memorial service at the chapel where Clements and his family attended for 15 years.

Kayaker Janet Moreland to embark on historic trip down Missouri River

Longtime kayaker Janet Moreland will begin a trip on April 14 that will take her from the Centennial Mountains in Montana to St. Louis, and in the process, make her the first woman to to compete a solo kayak trip down the entire length of the Missouri River.

Missouri softball team loses series opener to Alabama

Missouri scored a run in the top of the seventh inning, but it was too little, too late as the Tigers lost 4-1 in the first game of the conference series between two Top 10 teams. 

Lawmakers fight to keep Columbia's airport tower open as FAA extends closing date

The FAA announced an extension that keeps the city's tower open until at least June 15.

Rock Bridge's Maus leaving for Kansas City, assistant principal Mast to take over

Jennifer Mast,an alum of Rock Bridge and MU, will become the principal at Rock Bridge High School at the end of the school year. Current principal, Mark Maus, will become the principal at Oak Park High School in Kansas City.

STORIFY: What did you expect? Online reaction to Columbia's new marketing slogan

Columbia residents took to online outlets to express their feelings toward the Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau's new logo and slogan, which was unveiled April 4.

DEAR READER: There are no illegal immigrants, just people who enter illegally

The Associated Press Stylebook now bans the term as a label. It's actions that count. Not everyone is pleased with the change.

MU police make arrest in connection with Wednesday's sexual misconduct reports

The police arrested Scott Thoreson, 19, on three counts of second-degree sexual misconduct Friday in connection with the two reports, according to a release.

Four car pileup stalls traffic on I-70 Friday morning

Five people were in the car accident, which involved a tractor-trailer, everyone walked away without major injuries. Two drivers and one of the passengers suffered minor injuries.

Hickman girls soccer team prepares for home opener

Kewpies girls soccer coach Tony Gragnani says he expects his team to be more competitive this season than it has been in the past.

Hickman girls soccer team loses home opener to Lindbergh

The Kewpies fell 2-0 to Lindbergh and dealt with a stadium power outage in the second half. 

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