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Victory over Arkansas State propels Gary Pinkel to No. 2 in Missouri football all-time wins

The Tigers are now 4-0, and Missouri coach Gary Pinkel officially passed Dan Devine for No. 2 on Missouri's all-time-wins list.

Missouri football pregame: Postcard from the southwest tunnel

Jay-Z blared out of the Memorial Stadium speakers on Saturday afternoon, but everyone waiting for the Missouri football game to start had but one problem.

Missouri football loses another starter to targeting rule

Fans at Memorial Stadium were upset at the referees after a second Tiger fell victim to the NCAA's new targeting rule.

LIVE PHOTO GALLERY: Arkansas State vs. Missouri

The Missouri Tigers football team defeated the Arkansas State Red Wolves 41-19 at Memorial Stadium. Check here for images from our staff photographers.

Tolton softball beats Notre Dame de Sion 9-5

The Trailblazers recorded nine runs on 12 hits to beat Notre Dame de Sion.

Battle football's defense sandwiches Gateway Tech in 45-7 win

Despite a slow start, the Battle High School Spartans improved to 4-1 on the year with a 45-7 win over Gateway Tech. It took the Spartans 14 minutes to get on the board but the defense led the way, scoring the first two touchdowns of the game and keeping Gateway off balance all afternoon.

Tolton football falters in 47-6 loss to Marionville

After a school-record performance from the week before, quarterback Christian Elliott and his offense struggled to find momentum.

Missouri golf teams open new clubhouse with 'bells and whistles'

The Walsworth Family Golf Center, which will host a 2014 NCAA men's regional tournament, includes locker rooms, hitting bays, coaching offices, a team lounge and a high-definition golf simulator.

MU Zombie Week offers educational, entertaining look at the undead

The events will include zombie films, a wellness fair, a conference about the zombie phenomenon and a presentation with Max Brooks, best-selling author of "World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War."

DEAR READER: Sometimes, the most important stories are the hardest to get

When people angrily refuse to answer a simple question, it can be a clue — a bright green light with a “Rough Road Ahead” sign.

TIGERS REPORT LIVE: Arkansas State vs. Missouri

The Missouri Tigers football team defeated the Arkansas State Red Wolves 41-19 at Memorial Stadium. The Missourian provided score updates and social media posts during the game.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Building better health care against dead-end opposition

If Americans hated Obamacare as much as Mr. Cruz claims they do, they would have turned to Mitt Romney. Voters twice elected President Barack Obama.

MU police arrest Columbia man on suspicion of sexual assault and rape

Paul Michael Vaughan, 25, was arrested on suspicion of forcible rape and sodomy by the MU Police Department on Friday.

Use of propofol with executions might cut U.S. supply

The use of propofol, the nation's most popular anesthetic, in an upcoming Missouri execution might cause the anti-death penalty European Union to limit export of the drug — a move that could delay surgeries and put patients at risk, the FDA said.

Missouri volleyball's 'eighth man' supports winning team

There's VolleyZOU. And then there's sophomore middle blocker Lydia Ely's huge, welcoming family, who shows up to support Missouri volleyball as it continues an undefeated season.

Rock Bridge softball earns 13th straight win

Rock Bridge won 1-0 over Blue Springs South during the first day of the Hickman Tournament on Friday after defeating Fort Zumwalt South 11-0 earlier.

Tigers defeat Gamecocks in first SEC volleyball game

Missouri volleyball swept South Carolina 3-0 (25-16, 25-14, 25-18). The Tigers are now 16-0.

Missouri fans brave rain to tailgate before Arkansas State game

Despite the wet conditions, Tiger fans set up the tents, lit up the grills and got ready for another home game — the last such chance for SEC prep.

Chiefs will see familiar faces against Giants

As the Chiefs chase their first 4-0 start since 2003, and the Giants try to avoid their first 0-4 start since 1987, here are five things to keep in mind.

Gerald "Jerry" Lehr, 71, of Columbia died Friday

Gerald “Jerry” Lehr of Columbia, died Friday, Sept. 27, 2013. He was 71.

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