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Fifth and Walnut parking garage lights lead to concerns [Photo]

The Environment and Energy Commission met Tuesday to discuss lighting issues present at the Fifth and Walnut parking garage. Some commission members said the garage's lights are too bright and stay on for too long.

Rock Bridge tennis player Daniel Liu vs. Camdenton [Photo]

Rock Bridge High School No. 3 singles player Daniel Liu beat Camdenton High School No. 3 singles player Ben Stone 6-0, 6-0 in the district semifinals at Cosmo-Bethel Park on Tuesday.

Rock Bridge tennis player Jimmy Hunter vs. Camdenton [Photo]

Rock Bridge High School No. 2 singles player Jimmy Hunter hits a backhand to Camdenton High School No. 2 singles player Alex Fowler during the district semifinals at Cosmo-Bethel Park on Tuesday. Hunter won 6-0, 6-1.

Rock Bridge tennis player Ford Zitsch vs. Camdenton [Photo]

Rock Bridge High School No. 1 singles player Ford Zitsch hits a serve back to Camdenton High School No. 1 singles player Sam Aubuchon at the district semifinals at Cosmo-Bethel Park on Tuesday. Zitsch won the match 6-0, 6-0.

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Map of Harrisburg

Missouri thrower Chris Holly [Photo]

Missouri's Chris Holly builds up speed in the hammer throw during last year's Missouri Relays at Walton Stadium.

Girls play with dogs at Doggie Play Day [Photo]

MU freshmen Nicole Twaddle, left, Angela Garcia, back, and Stephanie Gelhot play with dogs from Columbia Second Chance at the Doggie Play Day fundraiser. They heard about the event through Facebook and decided to come play with the dogs for a study break.

Homeowners race to secure their homes [Photo]

A track hoe operator builds a seven-foot levee around the Carter, Miss., home of Charline Killebrew, north of Yazoo City Monday. Residents and farmers are racing to secure their homes and businesses from what is expected to be historic flooding. The Mississippi River rose toward the highest level ever in Memphis, flooding pockets of low-lying neighborhoods and forcing more than 1,000 people from their homes. As residents waited for the river to reach its peak as early as Monday night those downstream in Mississippi and Louisiana evacuated prisoners and diverted water from the river in an attempt to stave off catastrophic flooding that has a long history of hitting the area.

Farmlands near Yazoo River begin to flood [Photo]

Farmlands north of Yazoo City that lie near the Yazoo River begin to go under water Monday. Residents and farmers along the Mississippi River and its tributaries race to secure their homes and businesses as much as possible from what is expected to be historic flooding.

One residents created barriers around their home to protect from floodwaters [Photo]

One resident of Satartia, Miss., has encircled his home with barriers designed to keep river debris from damaging his house frame Monday. The backflow of flood waters from the Mississippi River now mix with those of the Yazoo River to threaten residents of this small rural community.

Spraying for mosquitoes in a flooded neighborhood in Shelby County [Photo]

Clyde Thomas of the Shelby County Health Department sprays for mosquitoes in a flooded neighborhood on Monday. The flooded Mississippi River could crest as early as Monday night.

Ross Nesbit answers the phone in his mostly emptied home as he prepares for floodwaters [Photo]

Ross Nesbit, 77, and former mayor of Satartia, Miss., south of Yazoo City, takes a phone call Monday, in his emptied out home. Nesbit hopes to remove the remainder of his possessions before the rising waters that now lie across the street from his home go underwater. Residents and farmers along the Mississippi River and its tributaries race to secure their homes and businesses as much as possible from what is expected to be historic flooding.

An abandoned bus is claimed by floodwaters in Mississippi [Photo]

Flood waters claim an abandoned bus in Satartia, Miss., Monday. Residents and farmers along the Mississippi River and its tributaries race to secure their homes and businesses as much as possible from what is expected to be historic flooding.

Flood: May 10, 2011 [Photo]

Ross Nesbit is preparing himself and his home for flooding [Photo]

Ross Nesbit, 77, and former mayor of Satartia, Miss., south of Yazoo City, points out how much the water from the Yazoo River has risen near his home Monday. Nesbit, who is in the process of emptying out his home is prepared for it to go underwater as the river now sits both in his garden and across the street from his house. Residents and farmers along the Mississippi River and its tributaries race to secure their homes and businesses as much as possible from what is expected to be historic flooding.

Hickman baseball player Joey Smith vs. Rock Bridge [Photo]

Hickman's Joey Smith runs the bases in the Kewpies' game Monday against Rock Bridge.

Rock Bridge baseball player John Miles celebrates home run vs. Hickman [Photo]

Rock Bridge senior John Miles, left, receives congratulations from his teammates after his third-inning home run Monday against Hickman.

MU sophomores study with statistics tutor [Photo]

MU sophomores Rachel Zang and Cara Cortesi get help from tutor Erika Chapman, center, on Monday at the Student Success Center in preparation for their statistics final.

Jayla Kemp shows off her makeup at Glamour-Azzi [Photo]

Jayla Kemp, 5, shows off her makeup to her mom, Michelle Kemp, at the Glamour-Azzi event at MU Children's Hospital on Monday. The event was sponsored by radio station Q106.1 and The Strand Salon and Spa, which brought professional stylists to make over patients and their mothers.

Ashley LaFollette has her hair styled at Glamour-Azzi [Photo]

Ashley LaFollette, 8, has her hair done during Glamour-Azzi on Monday at MU Children's Hospital.
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