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MU theater troupe sparks breast cancer dialogue

The MU Interactive Theatre Troupe performs plays about breast cancer throughout mid-Missouri during the month of October to increase dialogue between doctors and patients.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Worse than Watergate

A new Supreme Court campaign finance case could unleash unprecedented political corruption.

UPDATE: Maryville prepares for protest over teen sexual assault case

Nodaway County commissioners decided last week to close the county's administration building and courthouse Tuesday because of the event. Sheriff Darren White said the city would be setting up portable toilets and podiums on the square to accommodate the protesters.

Slow economy, limited spending, budget fight may crimp hiring

Employers will likely remain slow to hire as long as the economy struggles to accelerate, consumers limit spending, and Congress keeps putting off a resolution to a budget fight that will resurface early next year.

Women's golf wins Pat Bradley Invitational

The Missouri women's golf team won the Florida International Pat Bradley Invitational on Tuesday.

Missouri runner named SEC Freshman of the Week

Missouri men's cross country runner T.J. Carey was named Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week on Tuesday.

UPDATE: Haith suspended for five games by NCAA

Coach Frank Haith, who was head coach at Miami from 2004-2011, was charged with "failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance" back in February.

Almeta Crayton devoted herself to Columbia, particularly the First Ward

Compassion for her fellow citizens pushed former First Ward Councilwoman Almeta Crayton to accomplish great things for her community. She died Monday.

Columbia City Council blocks CVS downtown pharmacy plan

The Columbia City Council voted 6 to 1 against the proposal. Several council members said its drive-thru and aesthetic didn't complement Columbia's downtown.

Generosity fueled Almeta Crayton's community efforts

Crayton started several programs to help the First Ward. Her Everyone Eats! community dinner began when a group of children came to her home for hot dogs.

Community pays tribute online to Almeta Crayton

Columbia residents pay tribute to Almeta Crayton, following her death on Monday.

Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel loses mentor

Gary Pinkel served as an assistant under Don James for 13 seasons before setting off on his own coaching path. James died Sunday at the age of 80.

World Series: How the Cardinals, Red Sox match up

A position-by-position look at the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox going into the World Series, starting Wednesday night at Fenway Park.

Columbia City Council honors Almeta Crayton with moment of silence

Mayor Bob McDavid highlighted Crayton's legacy before leading Monday's Columbia City Council meeting in a moment of silence for the former councilwoman.

Miami getting its decision from NCAA on Tuesday

Tuesday's decision should also include what penalties several former Miami coaches, including current Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith, might face for alleged rule-breaking during their interactions with Nevin Shapiro, who is serving a 20-year sentence in federal prison for masterminding a Ponzi scheme.

Missouri Gov. Nixon pledges more money for public higher education

At a gathering of leaders from public colleges and universities, Gov. Jay Nixon said he would include more funding for higher education in his fiscal 2015 budget.

'Take Back' event for prescription drugs scheduled for Thursday

At the last Prescription Drug Take Back event authorities collected almost 650 pounds of prescription drugs.

 

Sewer inspection to restrict lanes on College Avenue and East Broadway this week

Several lanes at College Avenue and East Broadway will be closed from 7 p.m. Tuesday until 6 a.m. Thursday for sewer work.

Westridge Drive closed for sewer repairs

Westridge Drive, from North Circle to Rollins Road, will remain closed until 7 p.m. Tuesday for sewer repairs.

'World's Worst Farmer' turns mishaps of working the land into comedy

Whether it's damp trousers, faulty equipment or just plain bad luck, Lewis Baumgartner's jokes dig at the sometimes funny, sometimes frustrating job of farming.

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