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James Franklin feels torn with end of his Missouri career in sight

What Franklin will carry with him is the time spent on the sidelines and in the training room, the lows of a career that took more turns than any quarterback in the Gary Pinkel era. Those will be Franklin’s sharpest memories.

Two Columbia families welcome New Year's Day babies

Emma Grace Scott was born at 12:05 a.m. on Jan. 1 at University Hospital. Twelve hours later, Noah Martin Reveley was born at Boone Hospital Center.

Hikers hit the trails on the first day of the new year

About 80 people bundled up Wednesday to explore the trails at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. They joined the nationwide First Day Hikes program.

 

Some Missouri lawmakers looking at ways to change governor's budget power

Gov. Jay Nixon, a Democrat, said the budget powers are necessary tools and have been wielded by Republicans and Democrats. He said it is a "vital component" of the state's fiscal discipline and that credit rating agencies specifically have cited it while giving Missouri its AAA-rating.

Snow expected to cover Columbia the first day of 2014

The city's Public Works Department is asking residents to remove vehicles from priority snow routes. About 3 inches of snow is expected to accumulate between Wednesday afternoon and 5 a.m. Thursday.

TELL US: What were your top 10 sports moments of 2013?

You've seen our favorite sports moments of last year. Now tell us what we left out. Reorder our top 10 moments or add your own with this interactive tool.

AP poll: U.S. health care overhaul top 2013 story

The saga of "Obamacare" — as the Affordable Care Act is widely known — received 45 first-place votes out of the 144 ballots cast for the top 10 stories. The Boston Marathon bombing received 29 first-place votes and the papal transition 21.

Rested Missouri women's basketball to open SEC play

The Tigers return from the holiday break to open Southeastern Conference play against Ole Miss in Oxford, Miss., on Thursday.

Chelf leads No. 13 Oklahoma State into Cotton Bowl

Clint Chelf served as inspiration for his teammates and exemplified the impact that a committed, selfless player can have to his team's success.

DAVID ROSMAN: No need to analyze 2013 before plunging into 2014

The New Year is something akin to the line one draws on the score card after a particularly bad bowling frame or tee-to-green. It is meant to separate the bad from the good, to have a new beginning, to hit the reset button.

Rylan Newman was determined to fill his life with great adventures

Rylan Newman did a lot of living in his short life.  He died Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013.  He was 6. 

Carol Odor was the rock of her family, Columbia dance community

Carol Odor taught dance at MU and in Columbia for more than 33 years and choreographed more than 55 dance performances. She died Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013. She was 74.

Carol Ann French Odor, Feb. 22, 1939 — Dec. 26, 2013

Carol came to UMC in 1962 as an Instructor in Health and Physical Education to teach dance classes. Several years later she became an Assistant Professor and Head of the Dance Program. She remained in that position for 33 years until her retirement in 1995. Carol taught Modern, Jazz, Tap, Ballroom, and Country Western Dance, plus some courses for Physical Education Major and Dance Minor students.

Legal recreational pot industry opens in Colorado

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Airlines should make own decisions about cellphone use

The Department of Transportation should give the responsibility to each airline on how they restrict cellphone usage.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Obama makes bold but correct statement with U.S. Olympic delegation

The president won't attend the games. The first lady won't go. No ex-president has been asked to represent us. Neither will Vice President Joe Biden, who headed the U.S. delegation at the Winter Games in Vancouver four years ago. In fact, the president is not sending any senior government officials.

Michigan State beats Stanford 24-20 in Rose Bowl

Wednesday's win was the first Rose Bowl victory in 26 years for the Big Ten champion Spartans (13-1), who finished the season with 10 straight wins.

Colts know stopping Chiefs' Charles key to victory

Two years after a devastating knee injury threatened his career, and one year after he was the lone bright spot in a blighted season, Charles has put together one of the finest campaigns in the history of a franchise that has had plenty of notable offensive stars.

Hill runs for 216 yards, LSU beats Iowa 21-14

LSU finished its season with at least 10 wins for a school-record fourth consecutive season. Iowa ended its three-game winning streak. 

Nebraska beats No. 23 Georgia 24-19 in Gator Bowl

Nebraska, playing in its 50th bowl, ended a four-game losing streak against teams from the Southeastern Conference.

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