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Missouri men's basketball has officially ended its slump. The Tigers defeated Temple 64-54 Saturday night at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia. Missouri improves to 5-4... [Read More]
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Children from minority groups and families that live at or near the poverty level lag behind their peers in Columbia Public Schools and in some... [Read More]
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Tolton boys basketball coach Jeremy Osborne knew who he wanted to take the last shot. Senior Coban Porter, the Trailblazers' leading scorer, was held scoreless... [Read More]
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The only full-service recycling center in rural mid-Missouri, Boonslick Industries, has made a concerted effort to grow into the eight-county region it serves. The recycling... [Read More]
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I love Millennials. Yes, I'm serious. I love millennials and Gen Z. They are "flipping the script" about work, especially their need for purposeful work.... [Read More]
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A flurry of activity shortly after noon Friday at the Lamine River as Columbia police and other agencies searched for Mengqi Ji Elledge brought boats... [Read More]
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After one of the worst losses in recent memory, the Missouri men's basketball team is itching to get back on the court. Missouri is back... [Read More]
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In Missouri's first NCAA Tournament game under new head coach Joshua Taylor, it didn't take long to reward the 27-year-old with his first postseason win.... [Read More]
There will be at least one incumbent on the April 7 ballot for the Columbia Board of Education and one incumbent who won't seek another... [Read More]
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A small, but vocal, group of prison reform advocates, Justice 4 Inmates, demonstrated outside of the Missouri Department of Corrections headquarters Friday to demand reforms... [Read More]
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Former Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton pleaded guilty Friday to a lesser charge following his May arrest for driving while intoxicated, his attorney said Friday.... [Read More]
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Twenty years is ample time to watch an arts organization grow up before your eyes. Witness as it changes slowly, surely; it surprises you with... [Read More]
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Each month, the Columbia Public Library offers selections from its collection related to a current best-seller or hot topic. Public Services Librarian Katherine Gale compiled... [Read More]
The shooter is dead and at least 11 people were hospitalized Friday morning in a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola. Escambia County Sheriff's... [Read More]
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Preventing abuses like placing students in seclusion to punish them is among the goals of a bill filed Tuesday in the Missouri House, said its... [Read More]
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Maricella De Leon struggled to get to work and her many doctor's appointments after her car broke down in 2017. The Cars 4 Columbia program... [Read More]
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A third Missouri football player has decided to forgo his final season of eligibility and declare for the 2020 NFL Draft. Tigers center Trystan Colon-Castillo... [Read More]
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Columbia Mayor Brian Treece refused to comment on local lawyer Dan Viets' recent complaint over his campaign finances when asked after Monday night's council meeting.... [Read More]
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A Columbia woman who spent a week in a tree in freezing weather in a last-ditch attempt to stop Columbia from building a trail through... [Read More]
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With the change in seasons often comes an increase in sneezes, sniffles, coughs and sore throats. All of these symptoms are the unpopular side effects... [Read More]
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