February 15, 2011
Missouri senior Justin Safford tries to drive through the Texas Tech defense on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. All 10 Tigers scored in the game as they beat Texas Tech 92-84.
Missouri guard Phil Pressey knocks the ball out of the hands of Texas Tech guard Javarez Willis at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday. The Tigers defeated the Red Raiders 92-84.
Missouri guard Michael Dixon goes up for a shot against Texas Tech on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri Department of Transportation Resident Engineer Charles Sullivan describes safety procedures for construction sites. He says both drivers and workers have responsibilities to safety, and he explains how these responsibilities apply to a site in Jefferson City.
Jerry Taylor is president and CEO of Columbia-based MFA Oil.
President Barack Obama awards baseball hall of fame member, former St. Louis Cardinals great Stan "The Man" Musial, the 2010 Medal of Freedom during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington on Tuesday.
Bruce Hillis advocate for economic freedom and constitutional governance. He lives in Mexico, Mo.
February 14, 2011
Rock Bridge senior C.J. Ross looks for an open lane as Sumner's Harold Walker, middle, and DeAngelo Gaston, right, defend Monday at Rock Bridge high school.
Rock Bridge junior Will Echelmeier drives with the ball against Sumner's Marcee Jackson on Monday in the Bruins' victory over the Bulldogs.
Ryan Sobotka believes that the new formula race car for the Missouri formula racing team "will be the fasted car we'll have had at this school."
Ryan Sobotka welds the chassis frame for the new formula race car in the weld shop at MU Engineering West building. The goal is for the new chassis to weigh 60 pounds, about 15 pounds lighter than the chassis of their last car.
Ryan Sobotka checks the welds he made Saturday on the chassis frame for the new formula race car for the Missouri formula racing team. The car has been worked on in the weld shop at MU Engineering West building since Thanksgiving 2010. The goal is to complete the car by September 2011.
Hot Box Cookies owner Corey Rimmel shapes cookie dough into a heart while manager Connor Griffin reads tickets for the next order. Hot Box received hundreds of orders for Valentine's Day. "It's the busiest year we've ever had," Rimmel said.
Candy Factory employee Amanda Davis hands an order form for chocolate-covered strawberries to Diane Rahm. This was Rahm's first time to purchase the strawberries, but not her first time to taste them. "It's a Columbia tradition," she said.
Hot Box Cookies manager Connor Griffin ices a heart-shaped cookie cake on Monday. "It's been our busiest day so far," Griffin said.
Rossnette Cheatum holds an order form for chocolate-covered strawberries while waiting in line at The Candy Factory on Monday. Although Cheatum thinks her father may be surprising her with a box tomorrow, she came to the store to buy some for herself. "Then I'll have extra," she said, laughing.
Melting snow leaves a portion of the MKT Trail flooded Monday. The warm temperatures after the last snowstorm caused flooding across the Columbia area.
Douglass High School was recently named a historic place by the Columbia Historic Preservation Commission.
Douglass High School is one of five sites recently named a historic place by the Columbia Historic Preservation Commission.
Students at the Stephens College Children's School celebrated Valentine's Day with cards, gifts, games, crafts and treats.