November 11, 2009
Missouri assistant volleyball coach Deng Yang, right, offers Tigers player Brittney Brimmage a word of congratulations after Missouri's victory Wednesday over Oklahoma.
Missouri's Lei Wang-Francisco sets a shot during the Tigers' victory against Oklahoma on Wednesday at Hearnes Center.
Missouri defensive lineman Aldon Smith, left, pulls down Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen for a sack in the Tigers' victory on Oct. 31 in Boulder, Colo.
Crime scene investigators dig around a tree line as they look for evidence on a rural property in western Missouri on Wednesday in Bates City. Crews were scouring several acres of a land in connection with the arrest of five men charged with sexually abusing children.
In nine college football games, Aldon Smith has totaled nine sacks. His teammates say his work last year as a redshirt is the reason for his success.
Missouri wrestling coach Brian Smith uses senior Nick Marable for a demonstration on a wrestling move during practice Oct. 23. Smith said, “We’ve been beating each other up in the room for the past month, so to get to go out and compete for the first time, and at home, it will be fun."
Servicemen and women of the Color Guard prepare to lead the Veteran's Day Parade along it's Eighth Street route Wednesday. The MU ROTC Color Guard features members from each branch of the military.
For Veterans Day, Boone County paid tribute this morning to U.S. service personnel and veterans with a parade and an honors ceremony that ended at the Boone County Courthouse
In this photo released by the Lafayette County Sheriff's Department, from left, Jared Leroy Mohler, 48, of Columbia, David A. Mohler, 52, of Lamoni, Iowa, Burrell Edward Mohler Sr., 77, of Independence, Burrell Edward Mohler Jr., 53, also of Independence and Roland Neil Mohler, 47, of Bates City. All were arrested Tuesday and charged with forcible sodomy, rape and use of a child in a sexual performance.
Andy Pele, a 42-year-old Columbia resident and retired athlete, has competed in a wide range of athletic events including Ironman triathlon competitions and inline-skating races. He said the most extreme event he ever participated in was a 100-mile trail run in Utah. He's considering running another.
Robert Nelson marches as part of a two-person detail Tuesday in front of the war memorials by the Boone County Courthouse. The detail was for a vigil in honor of local veterans.
Information about a possible hostage situation Tuesday in Jefferson City — both fact and rumor — quickly spread through the use of the online social media channel Twitter.
Columbia Transit announced its total ridership of 2,007,263 in fiscal year 2009.
November 10, 2009
Hickman's Taylor Cox, left, and Adam Brenner take the ball away from Camdenton's Jeron Sinclair in the Kewpies' Class 3 sectional victory Tuesday night in Jefferson City.
Hickman midfielder Cody Gorda heads the ball over Camdenton defender Spencer Thompson in the Kewpies Class 3 sectional victory Tuesday night in Jefferson City.
Alex Holliday, left, celebrates with teammate San Mouckoudby after Holiday scored for Hickman in its 2-1 overtime victory Tuesday night over Camdenton in Class 3 sectional competition.
Kansas State quarterback turned running back Daniel Thomas ran for 185 yards and a touchdown in last week’s win against Kansas
Andy Pele describes how he got started in triathlons and why he is now retiring from the sport. Pele has participated in a wide range of athletic events, including inline skating across the state of Iowa, a 100-mile run in Utah and numerous Iron Man triathlons. He retired from competition in September, but his idea of retirement is different than most.