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Week 6 Football Roundup


Pictures: Best of Fans, Week 6


Top 100 Football Photos, Week 6


Huston throws for national record 824 yards in 69-58 win over Parkview


Cardinals rally past Pirates in 9th


Trump: NFL owners should fire players who protest the national anthem


Week 6: Latest scores for high school football


PICTURES: "Dinner on the Diamond" at Hammons Field features Rick Ankiel


Former Kickapoo basketball star announces he is leaving Xavier


PHOTOS: Springfield Softball Invitational


Fowler delivers again as Martinez, Cardinals beat Reds


Vargas and 4 relievers toss 2-hitter, Royals beat Jays


HS Softball Power Rankings


Brad Smith headlines MSHOF Oct. 16 Football Luncheon


Week 6 HS Football Picks


Boxer Jake LaMotta, immortalized in 'Raging Bull,' dies at 95


Week 5 Missouri Media Football Rankings


Conference HS Football Standings


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China Imposes Limit on Oil Supply to North Korea

China announced it will limit energy supplies to North Korea and stop buying its textiles under sanctions, reducing support from Pyongyang's last ally.

11th Patient From Sweltering Florida Nursing Home Dies

Police in Florida said a 94-year-old woman died Thursday. It's the 11 death of patient from a nursing home that lost air conditioning after Hurricane Irma.

Death Toll in Mexico Quake Rises to 295, Search for Survivors Continues

Mexico's coordinator of national civil defense said that half of the known dead, 155 people, died in Mexico City. Rescuers have saved 115 people so far.

Scientists Find 60 Ancient Shipwrecks Preserved in the Black Sea

Dozens of ancient ships scattered across the bottom of the Black Sea were discovered after a nearly three-year excursion.

21 States Told Their Election Systems Targeted by Hackers

In most cases the systems were not breached, the federal government said. Election officials in three states said the attempts could be linked to Russia.