Archive - Feb 6, 2012

UPDATE 8: Live Updates from Duke

8:12 p.m.: Final score: 96-56 Duke prevails!

7:59 p.m.:  Scheer just scored a layup with one minute left in the game, Duke has blasted past the Tar Heels with an amazing score of 93-53.

7:38 p.m.: Kathleen Scheer is coming into the game after the timeout, 84-45.

Duke lays the smack down in the first half 50-24

Liston on fire in first half.

Durham, NC – Duke ends the first half leaving the Tar Heels stunned.  Tricia Liston has combined for just eight points in her pervious two games.

Live coverage of the Tabacco Road Showdown - Duke vs North Carolina

Kathleen Scheer warming up before tonight's game.

Both teams are on the court getting ready for the Tabacco Road Showdown, we are ready, it is going to be one crazy game.  Go DUKE.

Discover nature through MDC 75th anniversary photo contest

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) invites photographers around the state to enter its 75th Anniversary Photo Contest.

United States consumers are more willing to buy clothing made from U.S. cotton when grown sustainably

Studies show importance of transparency in U.S. apparel production.

COLUMBIA, Mo. – As the interest in environmentally responsible business practices grows globally, researchers are interested in how that interest translates into consumer sales.

Over 390,000 Missourians will participate in statewide earthquake drill tomorrow, Feb. 7

Missouri Department of Public Safety

More than 390,000 Missourians registered by Jan. 30, 2012 to participate in statewide earthquake drill on Feb. 7.

Female leaves two year old alone while going to a bar

Washington, MO. - Early yesterday morning at approximately 2 a.m., Franklin County Deputies responded to the Julie Lane Apartments in Washington, Mo for a peace disturbance between a male and female who were arguing outside.

Deputies determined both subjects had been drinking at a bar in Washington where the argument had reportedly began.

Steinhoff delivers a "Tradition of Excellence" acceptance speech

Pictured: Coach Ray Steinhoff receives Hall of Fame Award from Gerald Andrews, President and CEO for the MSHOF.

“New Haven High School is a great school. It’s a school that is blessed with a supportive community, it is a school that strives for excellence in all rounds, most importantly in academics and yes, basketball.”