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Hannibal Courier - Post - Hannibal, MO
Updated at 12:42 AM

As warmer weather approaches, backyard barbecues beckon. Are you dreaming of burgers, steaks and veggies cooked over an open flame? Check out some of our favorite barbecue-centric apps, offering everything from must-read recipes to top techniques and timers to keep you grilling through the end of the summer.

Updated at 12:15 AM

The Hannibal boys’ tennis team opened its season with a loss to Quincy Senior Thursday, falling 9-0 at home.Brad Curl, the only returning Hannibal singles player from last year fell 6-0, 6-0 in the No. 1 singles match. Matt...

Updated at 11:51 PM

T.J. McConnell scored 13 of his 17 points in the second half, freshman Stanley Johnson added 12 points, and second-seeded Arizona made a dominant late rally for a 68-60 victory over sixth-seeded Xavier in the West Regional semifinals on Thursday...

Updated at 11:03 PM

Perfect and pulverizing. Kentucky made West Virginia's press look pathetic.

Updated at 11:38 PM

Christian Blaine and Dylan Powell helped carry the Hannibal boys’ track and field team to a victory Thursday, winning two individual events each as the Pirates ran away from the competition Thursday, winning the Palmyra Open with...

Updated at 11:36 PM

The Hannibal girls’ track and field team finished just ahead of Clark County Thursday to win the Palmyra Open at Culver-Stockton College in Canton. The Lady Pirates recorded 142 points, taking first place by two points over Clark...

Updated at 11:32 PM

Bailey Welch and Emily Albright staked their claim as early scoring threats for the Hannibal girls’ soccer team this season Thursday night, accounting for half of the Lady Pirates goals in an 8-1 win over North Central Missouri...

Posted at 10:05 PM

Alright, Grey's Anatomy fans, after two weeks of wondering, let's cut to the chase: Did Derek (

Updated at 8:41 PM

Wisconsin looked like a beaten team for much of the game.

Updated at 8:12 PM

Notre Dame's march through March is picking up speed.

Posted at 8:00 PM

Legislation that would impose new requirements for expert testimony in Missouri court cases has run into opposition from two Republican senators who are lawyers and running for statewide office.

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