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Salary funding of KOMU-TV employees [Graphic]

Arguing it’s partially supported by taxpayers, Mediacom said it shouldn’t have to compensate KOMU-TV like other local stations for programming. The station, though, says MU only helps fund part of four employees’ salaries and a portion of maintenance costs. The four MU employees working at KOMU receive roughly 44 percent of their combined salaries from MU.

MU men's basketball player Kadeem Green [Photo]

Kadeem Green had played only 15 games of his senior season at United Faith Christian Academy in Charlotte, N.C., when he completely tore his Achilles’ tendon in his left leg at a team practice in January of 2010. As a new member of this season's MU men's basketball team, he hasn't played yet either and is likely to redshirt.

RCA HD antenna [Photo]

An RCA HD antenna receives the signal transmitted from KOMU over the air. The units, costing anywhere from $15 to $80, are easy to install and work on any TV with a digital tuner.

Alex Giddings [Photo]

MU men's basketball player Laurence Bowers vs. North Alabama [Photo]

Missouri junior forward Laurence Bowers scores against North Alabama on Wednesday night Mizzou Arena. Bowers, who had 16 points and 11 rebounds, was one of seven Tigers players to score double figures.

MU men's basketball player Kim English vs. North Alabama [Photo]

Missouri junior guard Kim English puts up a shot against North Alabama on Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena. English led the Tigers with 20 points including six 3 pointers. English was Missouri's leading scorer as a sophomore but entered the game fifth in scoring this season.

Forum Lights [Graphic]

Street lights to be installed on Forum Boulevard.

How they'd spend it [Graphic]

The Intersection hopes to win $250,000 in funds from The Pepsi Refresh Competition. Here’s how they would use the money:

Steve Tilley gives inaugural speech [Photo]

Missouri's new speaker of the House, Steve Tilley, R-Perryville, gives his inaugural speech on Wednesday in Jefferson City.

Rob Mayer addresses legislature [Photo]

The state Senate's new President Pro Tem, Rob Mayer, R-Dexter, speaks during the first day of the legislature's new session on Wednesday in Jefferson City.

MU women's basketball player RaeShara Brown vs. Xavier [Photo]

Missouri guard RaeShara Brown has Xavier center Ta'Shia Phillips looking the wrong way in Wednesday's game in Cincinnati. Brown led the Tigers with 15 points and seven assists.

AUDIO: Thomas McKenney's "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” [Audio]

Here is the full version of Thomas McKenney's "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” (9:10)

AUDIO: Thomas McKenney [Audio]

Composer W. Thomas McKenney shown in his office on Dec. 15 at the Fine Arts Annex on the MU campus. McKenney teaches composition and music theory at MU, and serves as the director of electronic music studies.

AUDIO: David Crespy [Audio]

Playwright David Crespy is shown Dec. 14 at Rhynsburger Theatre. Crespy founded MU's Writing for Performance program, and his research includes theater history, new play development, and dreamwork for playwrights. Dreamwork is a type of writing that encourages using dreams as a template for plays.

Joel Sager [Photo]

Artist Joel Sager, shown here in his studio on Dec. 16 at Orr Street Studios. Sager's typical method is to begin with a color and a collage, go over those with a wash of roofing tar, then use a palette knife to scrape on and off oil paint. He currently has work on display at the Perlow-Stevens Gallery.

AUDIO: Interview with Joel Sager [Audio]

Artist Joel Sager, shown here in his studio on Dec. 16 at Orr Street Studios. Sager's typical method is to begin with a color and a collage, go over those with a wash of roofing tar, then use a palette knife to scrape on and off oil paint. He currently has work on display at the Perlow-Stevens Gallery.

Dale Tolentino and Kit Kat feed the tigers [Photo]

Kit Kat the great Dane follows Dale Tolentino to the tiger enclosure at D&D Animal Sanctuary and Rescue, sniffing hopefully at the big cats' afternoon snack. A brief tug-of-war through the enclosure fence ended in a resounding win for the tigers.

Dale Tolentino retrieves food for the animals [Photo]

Dale Tolentino retrieves a bucket of meat from one of D&D Animal Sanctuary and Rescue's walk-in coolers, closely followed by Kit Kat the great Dane. The Tolentinos plan to build a commissary structure so that all of the animals' food can be stored and prepared in one facility.

Tony the Tiger enjoys a snack [Photo]

Tony the Siberian tiger enjoys an afternoon snack at D&D Animal Sanctuary and Rescue on Sunday. He is one of four tigers that call the sanctuary home. "Dale's responsible for his name," Deb Tolentino said of her husband. "He's Tony because tigers are grrreat," she said with a laugh.

Tornado at Fort Leonard Wood [Photo]

The tornado struck in various places around Missouri on Dec. 31. This photograph was taken from the U.S. Air Force building at Fort Leonard Wood.
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