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After setbacks in their new conference, Tigers hunting for success

The Missouri football team was forced inside for a second day because of rain during its summer camp.

The Missouri football program’s SEC song was transposed to a minor key last season. Now, the Tigers are stuck indoors, and they're hungry.

Columbia officials address 'insufficient' liquor law enforcement

The Substance Abuse Advisory Commission has asked the Columbia City Council allocate funds for an additional officer dedicated to alcohol enforcement and prevention.

CVS submits revised proposal after receiving comments from the city

CVS changes proposed location of drive-thru exit from Broadway to Fourth Street, but there are still issues surrounding the proposal, city planner Steve MacIntyre said.

Britt balancing fatherhood, rehab and football for Missouri

Over the past eight months, Britt has learned to be a parent. He's recovered from a major knee injury, and he's been for his senior season, playing left tackle in the Southeastern Conference. 

 

DAVID ROSMAN: Politicians lack integrity in debate over nullification

Missouri's rural Democrats need to stop worrying about their jobs and allow the governor's veto to stand.

MU enrollment down in key groups

Administrators worry that MU is losing some students to schools with larger scholarship offers.

 

Zack Abron, former MU running back, arrested on assault charges

Former MU football player, Zack Abron, turned himself in to the Boone County Sheriff's Department on Wednesday.

Foster homes sought as Humane Society struggles with space

Pet fostering creates more space in the shelter and helps animals get adopted.

Disc golf course draws players

Andrew Byrne makes his second shot on a par 3 hole Wednesday at Albert-Oakland Park. Byrne has been playing disc golf for 3 years.

Betty K. Barnes-Jones, April 18, 1932 — Aug. 6, 2013

She was born April 18, 1932 in Fulton to Leo Arney and Ruby Fletcher.

Betty K. Barnes-Jones, April 18, 1932 — Aug. 6, 2013

Betty K. Barnes-Jones of Columbia died Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2013. She was 81.

Man pleads guilty Tuesday for March 2012 shooting

Durantrae Damon Logan was arrested Aug. 1, 2012, on charges of second-degree murder and armed criminal action. In pursuant with a plea agreement, Logan accepted the recommendation of a 20-year sentence for both charges Tuesday.

Imo 'Bobbi' Boyce, 62, was creative, loved helping others

A service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Bach-Yager Funeral Chapel, 1610 N. Garth Ave..

Beltran powers Cardinals past Dodgers 5-1

Beltran and Matt Adams homer in the eighth inning to help the Cards snap the Dodgers' 15-game road run Tuesday night.

Parts of Interstate 44 and U.S. 63 closed as rain continues to fall in Missouri

The Missouri Department of Transportation closed sections of Interstate 44 south of Rolla and U.S. 63 south of Vienna in Maries County.

MU medical school looks to fill rural doctor shortage

Students who spend time in rural communities are more likely to return for careers.

Navy bets on spider silk research with Utah funding

Navy officials want to know if the adhesive variety of spider silk, which arachnids use to anchor their webs, could be manufactured and used effectively as an underwater adhesive.

More Powerball players seeking big jackpots only

A recent game change intended to build excitement about the lottery increased the frequency of huge jackpots, and Wednesday's jackpot drawing comes only a few months after the biggest Powerball jackpot in history — a $590 million pot won in Florida.

New survey tells you what a new car costs to drive

Honda vehicles performed best, averaging 12.8 cents per mile. General Motors Co.'s GMC brand was worst, averaging 21.2 cents.

After floods, Overton Bottoms went from crop fields to wildlife habitat

The floods of 1993 and 1995 set in motion a series of changes that transformed crop fields along the Missouri River into public conservation lands.

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