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  • Mizzou student sentenced for campus underwear thefts

    Mizzou student sentenced for campus underwear thefts
    COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - A University of Missouri sophomore has been sentenced to probation for stealing women's underwear from a residence hall laundry facility.   The Columbia Daily Tribune reported Tuesday 19-year-old Kevin D. Waida pleaded guilty to...
  • University of Missouri journalism school receives $30 million research gift

    University of Missouri journalism school receives $30 million research gift
    COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - A University of Missouri journalism think tank has received one of the largest gifts in school history to continue research into the digital future of news.   School leaders announced a $30.1 million endowment donation Thursday...
  • Suit blames Megabus in fatal downstate crash

    Suit blames Megabus in fatal downstate crash
    A Missouri man who was aboard the Megabus that crashed in Illinois earlier this month is suing Megabus and the bus driver for failing to properly inspect maintain the vehicle, among other allegations. Michael Murphy of Jackson County, Mo., filed the...
  • UNT Debate Team Ranked Number One in Texas

    UNT Debate Team Ranked Number One in Texas
    DENTON (UNT), Texas — The University of North Texas Debate Team has been ranked first in Texas and 95th in the world by the International Debate Education Association. UNT’s team was placed ahead of the debate teams from the University of...
  • PASSINGS: Theo Angelopoulos, Wesley Brown

    PASSINGS: Theo Angelopoulos, Wesley Brown
    Theo Angelopoulos Award-winning Greek filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos, 76, an award-winning Greek filmmaker known for his slow and dreamlike style as a director, was killed in a road accident Tuesday in Athens. Police and hospital officials said...
  • Dorial Green-Beckham chooses Mizzou over Arkansas

    Dorial Green-Beckham chooses Mizzou over Arkansas
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - M-I-Z-D-G-B! In a scene that mirrored a Presidential visit at Hillcrest High school, Dorial Green-Beckham announced a decision fans across the country had been anticipating for nearly four years. "It is an honor to announce I would...
  • John Corrigan named AME for arts and entertainment; Laurie Ochoa, A&E editor

     
    A memo to the newsroom from Editor Davan Maharaj: Today, I’m announcing a new leadership team for one of the most important journalistic franchises at The Times. I’m pleased to announce that John Corrigan, our Business editor since 2009, will....
  • Why Duron Carter is unlikely to play in 2012

     
    As mentioned earlier today, the Duron Carter situation is anything but done. Being accepted into the school and football program are two hurdles, but the biggest would be receiving eligibility for the 2012 football season. It doesn't seem likely Carter......
  • Women objectify women in music videos too, researchers find

     
    University of Missouri researchers find that women are also guilty of sexual objectification of females in music videos. The study of the most popular pop, hip-hop/R&B and country videos from 2006-2010 shows female country performers were least likely...
  • Missouri board empowers Chancellor Brady Deaton to explore conference realignment, flirts with leaving Big 12

     
    Missouri board empowers Chancellor Brady Deaton to explore conference change, flirts with leaving Big 12...
  • Big 12 authorizes move to invite Texas Christian

     
    TCU and the Big 12: The Big 12 Conference, seemingly on the brink of extinction only days ago, announced Thursday morning that it had authorized its board of directors to begin negotiations to make TCU its 10th member....
  • Professor: There's Hope for Those with Little Money in Need of Medical Care

    Professor: There's Hope for Those with Little Money in Need of Medical Care
    In today's economy, some aren't able to afford the medical treatment they need. Dr. Jack Fincham, professor of pharmacy at the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Pharmacy said postponed preventive care can have detrimental long-term...