March 12, 2009
Former MU Hall of Fame basketball player Willie Smith said he and his nephew were cleaning Bella Salon on John Gary Drive on Monday morning when the alarm next door at Smokin' Chicks BBQ went off. After police arrived, Smith said, he was sprayed with Mace and received a nose contusion when a police officer threw him against a car. Now he plans to file a complaint against the officers.
Scientists Conrad King, left, and Nathaniel Barbe discuss an experiment as they test pharmaceuticals at ABC Labs on March 11, 2009. As a capital-intensive business, ABC Labs has applied for several tax incentives to assist with the cost of equipment and personnel.
March 11, 2009
A worker from Mediacom lifts a wire so the shotgun house can fit under it.
Workers from the moving company direct the driver so the shotgun house is not damaged as it is moved to its new location.
A police officer blocks the road so the historic shotgun house can be moved out to its new location, the Boone Junction History Village.
Firemen climb onto the roof of MU's Lafferre Hall after reports of a fire there. The fire was believed to be sparked by a cutting torch that was used in roof construction there.
Firemen respond to reports of a structure fire on MU's campus on Sixth Street next to Lafferre Hall. The fire was on the third floor of a building that is currently under construction.
The historic shotgun house at the corner of Garth Avenue and Worley Street is prepared to be relocated to the Boone Junction History Village.
MU forward Justin Safford drives to the basket against SIU-Edwardsville guard John Edmison on Dec. 27.
During a time out, Rock Bridge High School players huddle during the quarterfinal match against Branson High School. Time outs became an essential strategy to calm players down and reset the focus on their objectives.
Road to State: Preparing for victory
Rock Bridge boys basketball team prepares for the State championship this weekend. Check back for more coverage of the event.
Mike Anderson talks to Leo Lyons during practice in Oklahoma City. The Tigers get a bye Wednesday in the Big 12 tournament.
Chelsea Thomas, who started her MU career with a one-hit shutout of Virginia Tech, has struck out 55 batters in 63 1/3 innings.
From bottom to top, Chelsea Thomas, Micaela Minner and Andee Allen watch MU’s home opener Feb. 25. Thomas, a freshman, is from Pleasantville, Iowa.