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Meet the dogs at the American Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show

Dogs of all shapes and sizes came to watch and compete in the contests. The show will continue Sunday at the Central Missouri Events Center.

Cub Scouts host 5K to support Food Bank

The Super Scout 5K, held Saturday at Shepard Boulevard Elementary School by Cub Scout Pack 733, supported the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.

Missouri men's basketball is dominated at Tennessee, 72-45

With the NCAA Tournament hopes for both Missouri and Tennessee possibly on the line, the Volunteers out-jumped, -muscled and -dunked the Tigers 72-45 in Knoxville, Tenn.

Black Women Rock! event grows as it honors women's contributions

Now in its fourth year, Black Women Rock! has honored more than 70 women in the Columbia area for their contributions to the community.

Bruins girls basketball defense rips Kewpies 60-25

Rock Bridge High girls basketball team beat Hickman 60-25 and advanced to sectional play, where they will meet Washington on Wednesday in Camdenton.

Missouri baseball victory clinches series win

With their second victory of the weekend, the Tigers clinched their series against Southern Mississippi.

Cougars win thriller to move into conference finals

Columbia College men's basketball inches past Park University, 66-65, into the conference finals on Tuesday.

Children meet and draw birds of prey Saturday at Orr Street Studios

Children learned about raptors while also learning how to create artistic renditions of them Saturday at Orr Street Studios.

Middle-schoolers put math skills to the test at MU; take our quiz to see how you fare

Hundreds of middle school students from across the state participated in the Missouri State MATHCOUNTS Competition on Saturday. See if you can handle the type of questions they faced.

Petition in support of relocating day care from University Village has hundreds of signatures

The day-care center for children of students is located at University Village, where a walkway collapsed Feb. 22. A graduate student has created a petition to keep the center open and move it away from University Village. 

Oil slicks offer sign that Malaysian jet crashed

An international fleet of planes and ships scouted the waters between Malaysia and Vietnam for any clues to the fate of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777, which disappeared less than an hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur bound for Beijing.

Florida men's basketball becomes first team in SEC history to go 18-0

With strands of net behind their ears, Florida seniors Casey Prather, Scottie Wilbekin, Will Yeguete and Patric Young stopped at midcourt and kissed the floor.

No. 15 Missouri softball falls to No. 13 Texas A&M to tie up series

The Tigers lost to the Aggies 11-2 in the run-rule-shortened second game of the series on Saturday in College Station, Texas, tying up the series 1-1.

3rd suspect arrested in Columbia man's January homicide

Jimiah A. Lambert was arrested Thursday in New Orleans. He is the third person arrested in connection with the killing of Dontay Tolston in January.

Tolton boys basketball loses to Canton in quarterfinals

Tolton lost 72-66 to Canton in Class 2 quarterfinals. The Trailblazers finished the year 20-8.

No. 9 Missouri wrestling in second place after day one at MAC Championships

No. 9 Missouri finished the first day of the Mid-American Conference Championships in second place out of nine teams, trailing only Northern Iowa.

Jane Russell was an avid tennis player, worked tirelessly for charity

Jane Myrl Bradbury Russell, formerly of Columbia and more recently of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., died Thursday, March 6. She was 80.

Columbia College softball falls to Top 25 foes at Gulf Shores Invitational

The Columbia College softball team went 0-2 against No. 21 William Carey (Miss.) University and No. 9 Belhaven (Miss.) University at the Gulf Shores Invitational on Saturday.

Adelaine 'Tat' Harding served as WWII nurse, volunteered in Columbia

Adelaine Tattersall (Tat) Harding of Columbia died Saturday, March 8. She was 92.

Royals manager names James Shields, Jason Vargas as starters

Manager Ned Yost announced opening starters Saturday and said Wade Davis is no longer a candidate for a spot in the rotation.

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