February 7, 2008
Columbia churches hold Ash Wednesday services, marking the first day of Lent.
MU sophomore diver Greg DeStephen talks about his training and improving upon his freshman season.
Wei Du teaches a sixth grade Chinese language class about the traditions of Chinese New Year.
Missouri's RaeShara Brown is blocked by Oklahoma's Danielle Robinson and Ashley Paris during the first half of Wednesday night's game.
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Former President Bill Clinton made a visit to MU on Saturday to speak on behalf of his wife’s presidential campaign. Despite a large turnout of supporters to see Clinton, Boone County voters strongly favored Barack Obama when they went to the polls on Tuesday. 60.54 percent of Democrats voted for Obama while 36.95 voted for Clinton.
Jordan Powell practices at Hickman High School on Thursday. Powell is one four girls in Columbia who are looking to punch their ticket to compete at the state championship meet.
Teammates credit part of Carroll's newfound leadership of the team to the time he spent observing from the bench last season following a transfer from Vanderbilt.
Carroll has had to take an increased role on and off the court following the suspension of five of the players on the team.
Mike Anderson, Jr., cheers his teammates on during pre-game warm-ups before the Tigers' game against the Kansas Jayhawks on Monday night.
Police officers surround the shooting scene outside Kirkwood City Hall at the corner of Madison and Kirkwood Roads in Kirkwood, Mo. A gunman opened fire at a city council meeting in this St. Louis suburb, hitting the mayor and several city officials, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
Police officers embrace outside the scene at Kirkwood City Hall in Kirkwood, Mo. A gunman opened fire at a city council meeting in this St. Louis suburb Thursday night, hitting the mayor and several city officials.