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Filmmakers honored at fete praise True/False community

The Filmmaker Fete, organized by the True/False Film Fest, was held at the PS Gallery on Saturday.

Fans of documentary film got a chance to pick the brains of filmmakers and chat them up personally at the True/False Film Fest Filmmaker Fete on Saturday evening at PS Gallery.

'Money time' for Missouri basketball starts with rout of Mississippi State

Missouri blasts past Mississippi State, 85-66, with a strong inside effort.

UPDATE: Columbia mother, boyfriend arrested on suspicion of killing infant daughter

The Columbia Police Department arrested Anna E. Steele, 24, and her boyfriend, Cody M. Baker, 31, on suspicion of the second-degree murder of Steele's 8-month-old daughter.

Keanau Post scores career high in men's basketball win

Keanau Post and other Missouri post players turned in their best collective performance of the season in an 85-66 win against Mississippi State.

Missouri women's basketball to finish regular season at Arkansas

The Missouri women's basketball team closes its regular season Sunday afternoon on the road against Arkansas. The Razorbacks beat the Tigers earlier this season in Columbia.

Tolton boys basketball wins district championship

No. 2 Tolton beat No. 1 Harrisburg 73-51 to claim the Class 2 District 7 championship in Harrisburg on Saturday afternoon. This is Tolton's first athletic district championship.

Pitching troubles lead to Missouri baseball loss

The Tigers got some runs, but Missouri's pitchers couldn't handle Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne's offense.

True/False volunteers transform venues into theaters

True/False Film Fest volunteers worked to transform a church's gymnasium into the theater venue that festivalgoers have been watching films in this weekend. The Picturehouse is the biggest nontraditional theater venue the festival uses.

Wynna Faye Elbert remembered on radio program she created

KOPN hosted a program dedicated to the late Wynna Faye Elbert during "Straight Talk," the radio show she created to address issues in the Columbia community.

Stephens College basketball falls to Lyon College

Taylor Gaedtke had 18 points and nine rebounds — both game-highs — to lead Lyon College to a 64-42 win over Stephens College women's basketball on Saturday.

Columbia College men's basketball clinches AMC regular-season title

Columbia College enters familiar territory: the postseason.

Columbia College women's basketball ends with win

Ashley Fisher scored 18 points to lead Columbia College to a 91-61 win over Missouri Baptist in an American Midwest Conference women's basketball game Saturday.

No. 17 Missouri softball adds two more wins in Citrus Classic

The Tigers defeated Illinois State 11-10 and Radford 7-1 on Saturday in Kissimmee, Fla.

Despite winter storm warning, True/False won't take intermission

Up to 8 inches of snow could accumulate in Columbia by Sunday night, but True/False Film Fest organizers have promised that, even with the ominous forecast, the festival will go on as planned.

UPDATE: Columbia College softball sets NAIA record

In the second inning, the team didn't stop hitting for an hour, scoring an NAIA record of 23 runs.

Michael Topping Lamb Sr., June 26, 1940 — Feb. 27, 2014, of Columbia

Michael Topping Lamb Sr. of Columbia died Thursday, Feb. 27. He was 73 years old.

Michael Topping Lamb Sr. served in armed forces for 2 decades

After retiring from two decades of service in the armed forces, Michael Topping Lamb Sr. continued to serve the community as a consoler. Mr. Lamb died Thursday, Feb. 27. He was 73.

Winter storm warning issued for Boone County

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for mid-Missouri in anticipation of a storm system that could dump as much as 10 inches of snow on the area.

South Carolina men's basketball upsets No. 17 Kentucky 72-67

Brenton Williams scored 24 points for South Carolina, and Kentucky coach John Calipari was ejected midway through the second half as the Gamecocks held off the 17th-ranked Wildcats 72-67 on Saturday night.

St. Louis Blues acquire Ryan Miller, Steve Ott

Once the shock and emotions of leaving Buffalo and the Sabres began to wear off, goalie Ryan Miller began looking forward to the challenge he and Steve Ott will face in living up to the St. Louis Blues' expectations.

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