February 7, 2011
KU fans celebrate before the start of the game against MU by throwing newspaper confetti during the Jayhawks' team announcements Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
Rock Bridge's Ralph Jones flips Jefferson City's Cameron Cotton during the Bruins' final home match of the season Monday.
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Ricardo Ratliffe tries to block Tyshawn Taylor's shot in the first half of the Tigers game Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
KU fans rip up newspapers and throw them onto the court as the MU men's basketball team enters the arena before the first half of the Tigers game Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
Phil Pressey drives past Tyshawn Taylor during the first half of the Tigers game Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
Matt Pressey drives past Marcus Morris during the first half of Missouri's game against Kansas on Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
A panorama of the snow pile left by a snowstorm that dumped 17.7 inches of snow in Columbia last week.
ESPN reporter Holly Rowe reads KU students a "KU fairy tale" during the pregame warmups Monday at Allen Fieldhouse.
KU fans stood up and booed MU fans on Monday as they walked into Allen Fieldhouse.
A Columbia Public Works truck driver dumps snow on land owned by Boone Quarries on Monday near the company's West Quarry at 2510 N. Stadium Blvd. The city's excess snow from the storm on Tuesday is piled on the property and left to melt.
This new development won a rezoning request before the Columbia City Council on Monday. The development would rise four stories on the corner of Walnut Street and College Avenue and is anticipated to bring an additional 300 tenants downtown. The rezoning permits retail space at the ground level.
A new development is up for rezoning approval by the Columbia City Council. The development would rise four stories on the corner of Walnut Street and College Avenue and is anticipated to bring an additional 300 tenants downtown.
Snowfall totals for Columbia this season are the fourth- highest on record, and winter’s still not over. This month is already tied for the snowiest February ever.
University of Kansas students wait outside of Allen Fieldhouse for the gates to open Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
Students walk past the soon-to-be-opened business space created through the Missouri Student Unions Entrepreneurial Program, which provides an avenue for student business ideas to flourish. OMG Coupons, Listener Approved and MizzMenus.com are the three businesses that will occupy the high-traffic location in the MU Student Center this semester.
Carl Connor, 100, watches television at his home Monday at the Terrace Retirement Community.
Photos of Carl Connor and his wife line a table in Connor's home on Wednesday at the Terrace Retirement Community.
Click here to read the court document that says the state is intending to seek the death penalty in the trial of Kraig Kahler
Missouri School for the Deaf students Catherine Slinkard and Michael Miller help take care of Sparky, a deaf dachshund the school recently adopted.