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February 7, 2012 | By Paul West, Washington Bureau
Republican long shot Rick Santorum poked holes in Mitt Romney's aura of inevitability Tuesday night with a trio of upset victories that shifted the dynamic of the 2012 presidential contest. The former Pennsylvania senator's wins in the Minnesota and Colorado caucuses and Missouri primary were setbacks for Romney, the national front-runner, who had been expected to cruise easily through a series of relatively minor February voter tests. He must now wait three weeks to regroup, when Arizona and Michigan hold what suddenly are shaping up as unexpectedly important primaries.
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SPORTS
September 29, 1985 | JOE ILLUZZI, United Press International
Interstate 70 in Missouri could be the scene of some heavy traffic jams starting Monday. Two of baseball's division races could be settled in the state of Missouri, and then again they may tighten. The Kansas City Royals play host to the Angels for a four-game series in what could determine the winner of the American League West. That begins Monday. Meanwhile, starting Tuesday across the state, the St.
BUSINESS
September 16, 2004 | From Dow Jones/Associated Press
A Missouri judge will allow a case over Marlboro Lights against Altria Group Inc.'s Philip Morris USA to proceed as a class action, but has placed limitations on those who can participate in the case. Circuit Court Judge Michael David in St. Louis limited those eligible to join to Missouri residents who purchased and smoked Marlboro Lights cigarettes from Nov. 9, 1995, five years before the original filing of the suit, through Dec. 31, 2003.
NATIONAL
August 20, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
You say "Missou-rah," I say "Missou-ree"--and so does most of the state, it seems. "Missou-ree" beat "Missou-rah" by a 3-1 ratio--3,921 to 1,390--in a mock election at the Missouri State Fair. "This long-standing debate can be put to rest, at least for those who say 'Missou-ree,' " Secretary of State Matt Blunt said.
SPORTS
January 17, 1986 | Associated Press
Running back Tony VanZant of Hazelwood High School, citing the pressure of recruiters from all of the major colleges in the country, announced Thursday night that he will attend the University of Missouri. VanZant led his high school to a Class 5A championship last season and was honored as Player of the Year by Parade magazine.
SPORTS
December 5, 1986 | Associated Press
Tailback Barry Sanders rushed for 86 yards and a touchdown Thursday night as Oklahoma State defeated Missouri, 10-6, in the final Big Eight football game of the season. Sanders, a freshman, carried 22 times as he shared duties with sophomore Mitch Nash. Thurman Thomas, the Cowboys' banged-up All-Big Eight tailback, carried only one time and fumbled after a 15-yard gain.
NEWS
July 6, 1987 | PAUL DEAN, Times Staff Writer
She's a battlewagon from World War II still carrying shells made in 1937. Most of her men were a decade too young for Vietnam. Yet that's the chosen team: the modernized and still Mighty Mo and an untapped but tuned crew--recently ordered to the Gulf of Oman near the neck of the Persian Gulf. There has been no formal announcement of the Missouri's move to volatile seas where 37 Americans were killed aboard the USS Stark in May as the frigate monitored a Middle East war between others. But . . .
SPORTS
September 10, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
Receivers throwing touchdown passes. Offensive linemen scoring. A blocked punt. Troy State used gadgets and luck to rally from a 14-0 deficit and upset No. 19 Missouri, 24-14, Thursday night at Troy, Ala. "We don't have to beat them 365 days," Trojan Coach Larry Blakeney said. "We just have to beat them for one 60-minute segment of history. For that one 60 minutes, Troy was better than Missouri."
NATIONAL
May 11, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Floodwaters rose still higher across Missouri on Thursday, leading residents to remove valuables from their homes and fill sandbags to protect river communities. Near-record flooding that inundated the village of Big Lake this week broke more levees Thursday, and water levels were expected to peak in some spots this weekend. In other areas, however, the danger appeared to be passing. The Missouri River had fallen a few inches Thursday near Craig, where inmates from a St.
NATIONAL
July 2, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Flooding worsened Sunday across parts of Kansas and Missouri, forcing more people from their homes. Meteorologists said it could be days before rivers returned to normal after more than a week of drenching rainfall on the Plains. The Kansas National Guard was sent to help with a mandatory evacuation of Osawatomie, a town of 4,600 about 50 miles southwest of Kansas City, Mo.
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