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Lady Eagles drop pair in Oklahoma

SULPHUR, Okla. — Freshman guard Delanzia Hayes produced a team-high 12 points for the Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles in Saturday night’s 47-30 loss to the Oklahoma School for the Deaf Lady Indians.

Buzzer beater sends Blue Jays to third straight loss

MOBERLY — Yberson Augustin hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer as the Central Christian College Saints sent the Westminster College Blue Jays to their third straight loss 93-92 on Monday night.

Sinquefields give $2M to University of Missouri music effort

Conservative donor Rex Sinquefield and his wife have donated $2 million to the University of Missouri to support a music initiative.

Receiver Black transferring to Missouri from Alabama

The Missouri receiving corps got a boost Monday when Alabama receiver Chris Black announced he would be transferring to Missouri.

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Brouwer scores with 1:05 left, Blues beat Predators 1-0

Troy Brouwer scored with 1:05 remaining in the third period and Brian Elliott made 16 saves to give the St. Louis Blues a 1-0 victory over the Nashville Predators on Tuesday night.

Missouri lawmakers debate restricting abortion methods

Missouri lawmakers are debating whether to criminalize a common second-trimester abortion method.

Lady Bulldogs edge past Lady Bulldogs in SMC triumph

NEW BLOOMFIELD — The New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats avenged their blowout loss to South Callaway in the South Callaway Tournament by beating the Lady Bulldogs in a close Show-Me Conference game 60-57 on Monday night.

Missouri official signs $750M export agreement with Colombia

Missouri's economic development director has signed a $750 million export agreement with the country of Colombia.

Lady Hornets escape with first-round win at Southern Boone

ASHLAND — The No. 4 seed Fulton Lady Hornets turned back the No. 5 Hallsville Lady Indians 44-40 in the first round of the Southern Boone Classic on Monday night.

Williamsburg man sentenced for illegal firearm

A Williamsburg man was sentenced in federal court Tuesday for illegally possessing a firearm.

No. 2 Fulton wrestlers finish second at Odessa Invitational

ODESSA — Seniors Josh McClure and Zach Benner won their respective weight classes at 145 and 220 pounds as the state-ranked Fulton Hornets wrestling team took second place at the Odessa Invitational on Saturday.

Wildcats rally for third-place win at Sturgeon

STURGEON — The No. 2 seed New Bloomfield Wildcats held off the No. 1 Salisbury Panthers 65-60 to take third place at the 32nd-annual Sturgeon Tournament on Saturday night.

Bulldogs bolt to fifth-place win at Sturgeon

STURGEON — Sophomore guard Kaden Helsel’s game-high 22 points powered the No. 6 seed South Callaway Bulldogs over the No. 8 Community R-6 Trojans 73-52 in the fifth-place game of the 32nd-annual Sturgeon Tournament on Saturday.

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Work with smaller counties sets her apart from challengers, Hensley says

Teresa Hensley, Democratic candidate for Missouri attorney general, spoke Monday night to the Callaway Democratic Club at the Callaway Electric Cooperative.

Lawmaker seeks more General Assembly authority over Capitol, state buildings

A recently introduced bill would give state lawmakers more say over what happens to the Capitol building and state-occupied spaces near it.

Missouri bill aims to block censorship of student journalists

Student reporters in Missouri are treated as second-class journalists, according to some who offered testimony Monday to a House committee about a bill that would prevent schools from censoring student-produced media.

Columbia lawmaker’s bill seeks student debt relief

State Rep. Kip Kendrick, D-Columbia, is on a mission: to shatter student debt.

Photo voter ID arguments renewed

In August 2010, current Missouri House Majority Whip John J. Rizzo, D-Kansas City, won his primary election by one vote.

University of Missouri System's credit outlook is lowered

A leading bond-rating company is downgrading the outlook of the University of Missouri System's credit rating.

Missouri lawmakers eye universities' living requirements

Missouri lawmakers have turned their scrutiny of public universities toward mandatory student fees and services.

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