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COLUMBIA, Mo. – The University of Missouri football team has been selected to play in the Armed Forces Bowl later this month.
The Tigers will face the Army Black Knights at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas. The game is scheduled for 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 22.
Mizzou went 6-6 in 2021 and 3-5 in SEC play. Army, an independent school, went 8-3 this season.
The Armed Forces Bowl will be broadcast on ESPN.
ST. LOUIS–Eight more school districts in the St. Louis area are among nine sued Monday in county courts across the state as Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt continues his push to stop districts from enforcing what he says are illegal mask mandates.
Kirkwood, Ritenour, Bayless, Jennings, Hancock Place, Maremec R-III, University City, and the Special School District of St. Louis County on Monday joined thirty-six other school districts sued Friday.
Meow Wolf in Denver debuted its 488-person music venue, the Perplexiplex, in September to the tune of livetronica act GRiZ. But for one night in February, the tunes will bleed beyond the stage into the rest of the immersive art installation for a late-night DJ dance party that runs until 4 a.m.
On Feb. 26, Meow Wolf hosts Party Portal: Danceportation, which will feature nine DJs on three stages throughout the exhibit. The event starts at midnight and concludes at 4 a.m., with alcohol service until 2 a.m. and non-alcoholic refreshments available thereafter.
Performers include AceMo, Ash Lauryn, Chloe Caillet, DJ Minx, DJ Python and more. Tickets cost $85 and go on sale Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 10 a.m. via tickets.meowwolf.com.
Danceportation is the product of a newly formed partnership between Meow Wolf and Live Nation that’s expected to bring other unique events to the venue.
Other shows currently on the calendar include Yonder Mountain String Band on Feb. 24, Random Rab on March 5 and Attlas on March 19. See the full schedule here.
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A Colorado Bureau of Investigation agent who testified in the murder case against Chaffee County’s Barry Morphew resigned from the agency last month amid an internal affairs investigation, according to a letter obtained by The Denver Post.
Former Agent Joseph Cahill resigned Dec. 8, two days before an internal affairs report was issued about an “accidental discharge” of his personal gun in his home while he was off duty, according to the so-called “Brady letter,” named after a U.S. Supreme Court decision that requires officer credibility issues be disclosed during the court process.
“Pursuant to our responsibilities under Brady v. Maryland, I am writing to inform you that there may be information contained in (a) Colorado Bureau of Investigation internal affairs report… that may impact the credibility of Joseph Cahill,” CBI Director John Camper wrote in the Dec. 10 letter to the 11th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, which is prosecuting the case against Morphew.
Morphew, 54, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his wife, Suzanne Morphew, who was 48 when she disappeared from the family’s Chaffee County home in May 2020. Investigators believe Barry Morphew killed his wife in a fit of rage after discovering she had carried on a months-long extramarital affair, then lied and hid evidence to try to cover his tracks.
Barry Morphew maintains that he is innocent, and his defense attorneys have argued that his wife may have run away or been kidnapped. During an August preliminary hearing, Cahill testified that investigators found male DNA on Suzanne Morphew’s glovebox that did not match her husband but did correspond with partial DNA profiles found in three unsolved sexual assault cases in different states.
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