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Missouri women's basketball team sets up Halloween costume contest

The Missouri women's basketball team is hosting a Halloween costume contest during its exhibition opener against Southwest Baptist at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Columbia residents arrange schedules for hours of weekend sports

It was a busy weekend for Missouri sports fans, with the Missouri football team and the St. Louis Cardinals playing key games. Columbia residents developed different ways to accommodate the games into their lives.

Three suspects arrested in connection with north Columbia burglary

The three suspects were arrested after a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper noticed their vehicle driving unusually slowly on Range Line Street with stolen plates.

#MIZWhereRU? MU alumni share where they ended up post-graduation

We asked Mizzou grads: #MIZWhereRU? They told us when they graduated and where they ended up for this Homecoming collection.

Japanese delegation from Columbia's sister city to be welcomed Monday

A delegation from Hakusan, Japan, one of Columbia's five sister cities will be welcomed Monday evening. 

WHAT OTHERS SAY: All MSU faculty members to get equal benefits

By expanding its benefits package to include domestic partners, the university is recognizing that all of its employees deserve to be treated equally.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: County-by-county economic data

The Missouri Department of Economic Development compiles county-by-county economic statistics. 

FROM READERS: The 'liminality' of MU's Museum of Art and Archaeology

W. Arthur Mehrhoff, Ph.D., reflects on how MU's Museum of Art and Archaeology, despite its transition to a new location, can still speak to the community.

Clint Bowyer has Richmond mess in rearview mirror

Nearly two months after Clint Bowyer spun late in the race that set the field for the Sprint Cup-deciding Chase, the scandal is finally fading into his rearview mirror.

Chiefs remaining humble despite 8-0 start

While the entire city is abuzz about their 8-0 start and the fact that they lead the rival Denver Broncos in the suddenly stacked AFC West, the Chiefs remain humble to the point where it was hard to tell in Sunday's postgame locker room that they had just defeated the Browns.

Missouri official alleges discrimination

The complaint says that Garcia Backer repeatedly told members of Nixon's administration that Larry Rebman was creating a hostile work environment and was fired 17 days after she sent a formal letter outlining her concerns to Nixon's administration commissioner.

Ellis Island museum reopens after Sandy's floods

Visitors were able to return to much of the graceful main building, including some exhibits, and to absorb the island's singular views of the nearby Statue of Liberty and lower Manhattan.

Europe weighs sanctions against U.S. over spying

European officials have been casting about for a way to pressure Washington to provide details of past surveillance and assurances that the practice will be curbed.

Putin: No discrimination against gays at Olympics

Preparations for the Sochi Olympics have been overshadowed by international criticism of a recently enacted Russian law outlawing "propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations among minors." Many worry that law may apply to gay athletes and visitors to the games.

Penn State: 26 people get $59.7 million over Sandusky abuse claims

Penn State will pay $59.7 million to 26 young men over claims of child abuse at the hands of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

Gateway Arch in St. Louis turns 48

A party to mark the event on Monday will include a chance to meet the workers who built the monument, which is the world's tallest arch.

Bradford appointed to Missouri Conservation Commission

The appointment of Marilynn J. Bradford to a term ending in June 2019 will be subject to confirmation by the state Senate.

Meteorologists spy clue to predict heat waves weeks away

A new study has discovered a pattern its authors think occurred before last year's heat wave in much of the central United States, but they still need more work to confirm it.

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