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Jabari Brown now Tigers' top threat

Missouri guard Jabari Brown drives past South Carolina's Sindarius Thornwell on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Brown led Missouri with 24 points.

Jabari Brown wears a smirk. And that smirk is wearing people out.

Sophie Cunningham leads Rock Bridge girls basketball over Hickman after sister's hospital scare

Rock Bridge beat Hickman 66-51 and was led by junior Sophie Cunningham's 31 points. Earlier in the day, Cunningham's sister, Lindsey, collapsed at a basketball practice with the Missouri women's team but turned up for the big rivalry high school game and looks to be OK.

UM Board of Curators freezes in-state undergraduate tuition, add new fees

The UM Board of Curators voted to freeze in-state undergraduate tuition for the 2014-15 school year. To make up for inflation, the board will be increasing tuition and fees in other areas.

UPDATE: UM Curators to hire outside investigator in Menu Courey case

The curators agreed with UM System President Tim Wolfe's recommendation to hire an outside counsel in the case. Earlier in the day, Wolfe also discussed MU responses to the alleged sexual assault of former swimmer Sasha Menu Courey.

Missouri Legislative Black Caucus strong despite political dust-up, members say

New caucus chairman, Rep. Tommie Pierson, says the group is focusing on education and is opposed to voter identification and "right to work" legislation.

Apartments to be built on Ninth Street at former Rome location

The four-story building will house commercial and residential units, with move in dates during the second week of August.

Filmmakers with Columbia ties snag top Sundance documentary award

"Rich Hill," co-directed by Andrew Droz Palermo, won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize for documentaries at this year's Sundance Film Festival.

Title IX experts disagree about MU's obligation in Menu Courey case

Should MU have responded sooner to the allegation that a student had been sexually assaulted? One Title IX expert says yes. Another says no because MU could not have reasonably been expected to know about the allegation.

Pete Seeger's death is end of an era for mid-Missouri folk musician

Although he was never able to meet Seeger or see him perform, Lee Ruth, a Missouri-based folk musician, greatly admired Seeger's work as a musician, particularly his uplifting songs.

Missouri softball underclassmen practice in Devine Athletic Pavilion

At their Wednesday practice, Missouri softball underclassmen Natalie Fleming and Kelsea Roth enjoy the company of their teammates.

UPDATE: Missouri executes man for jeweler's 1991 death

Missouri executes convicted killer Herbert Smulls, the state's third execution since November.

Meeting on second houses produces mixed public input

The next step in the process is to review all public input before passing on the draft ordinance to Columbia City Council for final consideration.

Missouri women's basketball freshmen strengthen bonds

Missouri's Kayla McDowell and Sierra Michaelis adjust to life away from their hometowns and families while finding another family with the Tigers. McDowell, Michaelis and the Tigers take on No. 16 Vanderbilt on Thursday night.

Burglaries hit 5-year high during MU's past winter break, but, overall yearly numbers declined

A total of 96 burglaries occurred between Dec. 14 and Jan. 20, according to a Columbia Police Department release. In 2012, the Police Department recorded 66 burglaries between Dec. 15 and Jan. 21.

VIDEO: UM System President Tim Wolfe talks about Sasha Menu Courey case

UM System President Tim Wolfe talked with reporters about how the UM System plans to move forward to address mental health issues and sexual assaults on the four campuses.

Actor, author Hill Harper honors MLK in speech

Harper was invited by the Chancellor's Diversity Initiative at MU to speak in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Wednesday at the Missouri Theatre.

Affordable Health Fair explores health insurance options, living healthy

Health care professionals gave tips for living healthy and choosing insurance.

Lawn fire spreads to vacant home in west Columbia

The Columbia Fire Department was able to extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of it spreading to the home Wednesday night.

Packed house expected for Rock Bridge, Hickman boys basketball rivalry

Hickman administrators gear up for the school's Rock Bridge basketball rivals.

Hickman wrestling loses to Mexico, still celebrates Senior Night

Hickman wrestling lost again on Senior Night.

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