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News for March 16, 2014

Sunday March 16, 2014
Posted on 3.16.14 at 11 PM
Urban areas might be reason for Missouri's notoriety
Missouri regularly appears near the top of national polls naming the Most Dangerous, Highest Murder Rate, Most Shootings, Highest Crime Rate, ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 11 PM
Floor Lineup Leads Missouri Gymnastics On Senior Night
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Missouri and No. 3 Florida each closed out their 2014 regular season Friday night at the Hearnes Center, ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 11 PM
Thanks to the Missouri Legislature for protecting life
While the Post-Dispatch saw political motives in these efforts ("Rights fight," March 13), Missouri has been a leader for many years ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 10 PM
Missouri women hopeful of getting WNIT bid
"I feel really confident," Missouri coach Robin Pingeton said when asked about an WNIT berth. "With what we were able to ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 9 PM
Four local swimmers headed to national championships
Four Joplin-area swimmers will compete in the National Club Swimming Association Spring Championships on Tuesday through Saturday at the Orlando (Fla.) ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 8 PM
Joplin council to consider state funds for repair work
JOPLIN, Mo. -- Funding for Joplin approved by the state of Missouri in the wake of the May 2011 tornado will ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 8 PM
Central, Northwest Missouri men to play for Division II Central Regional final
The Mules, who were led by Dillon Deck's 21 points, will play Northwest Missouri, a 71-66 winner against top-seeded Minnesota State-Mankato, ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 7 PM
Central Missouri holds off Missouri Southern St. to reach regional final
MANKATO, Minn. -- Central Missouri built a big lead then held off a late Missouri Southern State charge to beat the ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 7 PM
Cottonwood trees have tough time taking root in the Missouri Breaks
The Missouri Breaks monument, which is managed by the Bureau of Land Management, is located in north-central Montana, a relatively dry ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 6 PM
Parr Hill Park in Joplin to benefit from campaign with Macy's store
JOPLIN, Mo. -- She had come to Parr Hill Park with her mother and grandmother for a walk, but 2-year-old Alaina ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 6 PM
Jo Ellis: Carthage couple remodeling location for rib restaurant
CARTHAGE, Mo. -- Move over tacos and burritos, barbecued ribs and Susie Q's are moving in. Boomer Sooner BBQ & Catering, ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 6 PM
Area women's fair to offer information, giveaways
Billed as "an educated show for educated women," the two-day event will feature information and giveaways from a variety of local ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 6 PM
Central Missouri men reach Division II Central Regional final
The Mules, who were led by Dillon Deck's 21 points, will play either top-seeded Minnesota State-Mankato or Northwest Missouri at 7 ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 6 PM
Missouri's NCAA streak ends at five, will play Davidson in NIT
As expected after its struggles in conference play and down the stretch, Missouri did not make the 68-team field for NCAA ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 5 PM
Susan Redden: Richard offers support to local representatives
JOPLIN, Mo. -- State Sen. Ron Richard threw down the gauntlet on Friday on behalf of the Joplin area delegation in ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 4 PM
Missouri misses NCAA Tournament, streak of consecutive bids ends at five
As expected after its struggles in conference play and down the stretch, Missouri did not make the 68-team field for NCAA ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 3 PM
Lack of action leads to loss of Missouri tobacco settlement money
March 16. By DAVID A. LIEB. The Associated Press. JEFERSON CITY -- Just as prolonged smoking can lead to ill health ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 3 PM
Wichita State women beat Drake in Missouri Valley
Alex Harden and Jamillah Bonner each scored 21 points to lead Wichita State to a 73-49 win against Drake in the ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 11 AM
Lack of action leads to loss of Missouri tobacco money
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. • Missouri had expected to receive about $130 million this April under an annual settlement payment from tobacco ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 11 AM
Missouri Moves To Ban Use Of Cellphone Tracking Without Warrants
Missouri's state legislature took steps last Thursday to ban the use of cellphone tracking data in court absent a warrant, the ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 8 AM
Missouri House OKs measure to tax cellphones for 911 calls
"We're about to make a great bound forward, in something that's really an embarrassment to Missouri. We've got more counties in ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 7 AM
Progress uneven for Missouri lawmakers in middle of session
After two months in session, Missouri lawmakers are taking next week off. Legislative spring break has arrived. At the traditional midpoint ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 3 AM
Missouri falls twice to Kentucky
Any single blunder the Missouri softball team made yesterday probably wasn't enough to lead to a loss. Add them up, and ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 3 AM
Diamond Vols take two at Missouri to end road trip
Tennessee's road trip got a little shorter Saturday as the Vols' Sunday game was moved up a day to make it ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 2:01 AM
Addison's 26 helps Missouri Southern win regional opener
19 Missouri Southern men's basketball team took out Fort Hays 80-69 Saturday in the opening round of the NCAA Division II ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 1 AM
Visitors to Missouri Deer Classic heed calls of the wild
Animal impersonator Ralph Duren provided comic relief with a cacophony of owl, turkey, mountain lion and other animal sounds during two ...
Posted on 3.16.14 at 12 AM
Missouri swept by Vols in SEC doubleheader
The Missouri baseball team fell apart late in both games as the Tigers got swept by No. 17 Tennessee in a ...

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