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WHAT OTHERS SAY: Operation secret loopholes

Lawmakers are fighting for tax breaks in secret as the Senate moves to overhaul the nation's tax code.

 

Hoops fan goes behind the scenes of Indiana basketball ahead of Missouri football game

Welcome to Indiana University's Assembly Hall, one of the country's most prestigious basketball arenas. 

MU women's tennis sweeps Nebraska, falls to Princeton at Mizzou Invite

Missouri women's tennis played singles and doubles matches against Nebraska and Princeton on Saturday at the Mizzou Invite in Kansas City.

From Florida to Columbia, 'Rugby Sarah' chases passion

Sarah Seeger has been involved in rugby for 36 years and not just with the Columbia Rugby Football Club. Seeger's fondness for the game has led to her involvement in clubs across the state and country.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: If the mentally ill can buy guns, the nation is crazy

Navy Yard shooting raised two issues: the security failures that allowed someone with a history of mental illness to work as a contractor in a military installation. And how was someone with mental illness able to pass a federal background check when he bought a shotgun.

Missouri hall of famer Francis Peay dies

The former Northwestern coach and All-American offensive tackle was 69.

Rock Bridge volleyball improves to 14-1

Rock BridgeHigh School defeated four teams in the North Bronco Invitational before falling to Park Hill South High School to tie for third place in the tournament.

Westminster football edges MacMurray

Westminster football improved to 2-1 (2-0 UMAC) after slipping past MacMurray 21-14 on Saturday.

Past and present come together at 36th Annual Heritage Festival & Craft Show

At the 36th Annual Heritage Festival & Craft Show features historical re-enactors, musical performances, storytellers and craft vendors. The event continues Sunday.

Weather suspends play for Missouri women's golf

The Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Challenge has been suspended because of weather. The Missouri women's golf team and the rest of the field will resume play Sunday.

World War II airplanes visit Columbia Regional Airport

Non-profit Commemorative Air Force brought two World War II bombers for tours and rides to the Columbia Regional Airport on Saturday. 

FROM READERS: For mother, 'inspiration' has a deeper meaning

Jordan, 7, and her mom, Jen Reeves, watched Aimee Mullins speak Wednesday at MU. Reeves and Mullins grappled with the word "inspirational" and when it should be used as a compliment.

Carlos Beltran lifts Cardinals past Brewers

St. Louis slipped past Milwaukee with a 10th-inning sacrifice fly by Carlos Beltran for a 7-6 win.

Local officials in Missouri will be allowed to vote remotely

A new law, going into effect next month, will allow city council or school board members to cast votes via video conference

Club, Cardinals help fans with Alzheimer's

It has been said that sports is the universal language, and that's the key to an effort to improve lives of those suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Baseball is the trigger mechanism for the Cardinals Reminiscence League. Their love of this proud franchise helps them in many ways.

World leaders offer concern, support after Kenya mall attack

Twelve hours after the attack began, gunmen remained holed up inside the mall with an unknown number of hostages. President Uhuru Kenyatta called the security operation under way "delicate" and said a top priority was to safeguard hostages.

Club, Cardinals help fans with Alzheimer's

It has been said that sports is the universal language, and that's the key to an effort to improve lives of those suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Baseball is the trigger mechanism for the Cardinals Reminiscence League. Their love of this proud franchise helps them in many ways.

TIGERS REPORT: Missouri football prepares for season's lone non-SEC road game

An early bye week in the Tigers' 2013 season allowed them to look at where they have room for improvement as they prepare to face the fast-paced Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday night.

State records show gaps in oversight of captive deer farms, ranches

Gaps remain in Missouri's system of prevention and early detection of chronic wasting disease for captive deer operations in the state.

Hickman rallies from 17 down, upsets third-ranked Helias

With the help of Grant Jones' three touchdown grabs, the Kewpies (2-2) scored all of their points unanswered in a 27-17 win over the Crusaders.

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