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  1. Protesters shut down part of Mall of AmericaRead the original story

    Yesterday | CNews

    Hundreds of protesters against police violence shut down part of the Mall of America in Minnesota on Saturday, during the final weekend before Christmas as shoppers scrambled to buy gifts at one of the nation's largest shopping centres, a community group member said. The protest was the latest in a series of demonstrations across the United States in recent weeks over grand jury decisions not to charge white police officers in the killings of unarmed black men in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City.


  2. Illini stun Tigers at the buzzerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KRCG-TV Jefferson City

    Rayvonte Rice hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer for the last of his 19 points, giving Illinois a 62-59 victory over Missouri in the annual Braggin' Rights game on Saturday. Rice also had seven rebounds and three assists and Illinois had a tougher time than expected against Missouri , which is rebuilding under new coach Kim Anderson.


  3. Replay: Updates, stats from Saturday's Missouri-Illinois gameRead the original story

    Yesterday | Joplin

    Follow along on your mobile device or desktop for stats and updates from Saturday's Missouri-Illinois game in St. Louis by Tod Palmer, The Star's MU beat writer. Tipoff is 1 p.m. The game is televised on ESPN2.


  4. OP-ED: How Prosecutors ThinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Huntington News

    ... rise. As I followed the actions of the prosecuting attorney and the proceedings of the grand jury in the People of Missouri versus Darren Wilson case, I felt an eerie sense of familiarity with the risks, potential pitfalls, and resulting negative ...


  5. Rice's 3-pointer sinks Missouri 62-59Read the original story

    Yesterday | Norwalk Citizen News

    Missouri players, including guard Wes Clark, left, react after Illinois guard Rayvonte Rice, background far right, made the game-winning three-point shot as time expired during the Braggin' Rights basketball game between Missouri and Illinois in St. Louis, Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014. EDWARDSVILLE INTELLIGENCER OUT; THE ALTON TELEGRAPH OUT Photo: Chris Lee, AP Illinois coach John Groce plays the sixth man on defense against Missouri guard Namon Wright in first half action during the Braggin' Rights basketball game between Missouri and Illinois in St. Louis, Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014.


  6. Ferguson wants peace instead of protests, but anger still simmersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Times

    FERGUSON: It is hard to find much healing in Ferguson, Missouri.More than four months after a white police officer killed an unarmed black teenager and sparked nationwide demonstrations over the way police in the United States interact with the black community, anger still simmers in the city of 21,000 mostly black residents. Officials in Ferguson, Missouri, and the larger St. Louis area want to move from protests to peace, promising programs to build alliances between blacks and whites, and between police and those they are sworn to protect.


  7. Rice's 3-pointer gives Ill. 62-59 win over Mo.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KSDK-TV Saint Louis

    Rayvonte Rice hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer for the last of his 19 points, giving Illinois a 62-59 victory over Missouri in the annual Braggin' Rights game on Saturday. Rice's 3-pointer gives Ill.


  8. Volunteers box up holiday meals for families in needRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KMBC-TV



  9. Two NYPD officers killed in ambush shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Evening Sun

    ... since a grand jury decided Dec. 3 not to indict the officer in Garner's death, a decision that closely followed a Missouri grand jury's refusal to indict a white officer in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black 18-year-old. Tony ...


  10. Most Popular of 2014 on NAA.orgRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Newspaper Association of America

    It has been an exciting year for the Newspaper Association of America, and nowhere is that more evident than here on NAA.org. To better serve our nearly 2,000 member newspapers and the thousands of interested observers who visit NAA.org every day, we developed new series and posted more articles.


  11. Former Mayor Darwin Hindman receives MU's annual honorary degree at Honors ConvocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Missourian

    Darwin Hindman, left, laughs as Interim MU Provost Kenneth D. Dean, center, helps straighten his mortarboard on Saturday during the MU Honors College commencement ceremony at the Missouri Theatre. MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin, right, presented Hindman, a former Columbia mayor, with an honorary doctorate degree in law during the ceremony.


  12. U.S. Rep. Smith asks Obama to preserve New Madrid levee planRead the original story

    Saturday | Missourian

    Missouri Congressman Jason Smith has written to President Barack Obama to push for the completion of a Missouri Bootheel region levee after concerns were raised about the project. The $165 million New Madrid Floodway would close a quarter-mile-long gap in the southern end of a network of levees to protect rich Missouri agricultural land from frequent flooding from the Mississippi River.


  13. GM pickup production in Wentzville a boon for other plantsRead the original story

    Saturday | Missourian

    Production of the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon pickup trucks at the General Motors plant in Wentzville is providing an economic boost not just in the eastern Missouri town but throughout the region. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that since GM began producing the midsize pickups this fall, about 10 automotive suppliers in Missouri have begun to supply glass, wheels and acoustic and battery components.


  14. Tigers lose Braggin' Rights at buzzer to Rayvonte Rice and IllinoisRead the original story

    Saturday | Missourian

    ... arms over their heads. "The only thing you wish you could do differently is if maybe J-3 got closer to block it," Missouri coach Kim Anderson said. "But he makes a great shot. So you've got to give him credit." Anderson has been talking for weeks ...


  15. Kansas Set for Road Test Against CreightonRead the original story

    Saturday | Kansas Jayhawks

    ... bounced back against Arkansas State, 62-48. In the win, freshman shined with multiple career highs. The Columbia, Missouri native recorded career highs in points (19), field goal attempts (12), free throws (six) and minutes (30). She also tied ...


  16. CDC: Listeria Outbreak In 10 States Linked To Caramel ApplesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBS Local

    ... s or in the homes of consumers. The listeria outbreak has swept 10 states including Arizona, California, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin.


  17. MU nursing graduates ready to serve MissouriRead the original story

    Saturday | Joplin

    A majority of the graduates will soon begin working in the state of Missouri. Seventeen will join the MU Health Care System, while others will also stay in the Columbia community to work for Boone Hospital Center.


  18. Beef Cattle Conference is Jan. 27Read the original story

    Saturday | The Joplin Independent

    The Southwest Missouri MU Extension Beef Cattle Conference begins at 4 p. m., Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, at the Stockton United Methodist Church in Stockton.


  19. New Bloomfield girls beat Jamestown, stretch streak to four gamesRead the original story

    Saturday | Fulton Sun

    - The Lady Wildcats logged their fourth straight victory with a 54-40 triumph over the Lady Eagles at the Missouri National Guard Shootout on Saturday at Jefferson City High School. New Bloomfield (7-2) built on its 16-15 first-quarter lead with a ...


  20. One hundred MU faculty take buyoutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KRCG-TV Jefferson City

    More than 100 faculty members at the University of Missouri's flagship campus in Columbia are taking buyouts and retiring. The Columbia Missourian reports that more than 42 percent of eligible faculty members, or 110, were approved for the buyout.