October 29, 2010
Columbia College junior Brian Eike (2) celebrates with his team after scoring the second goal of the game against Truman State on Friday. The game ended 2-2.
From left, Jefferson City sophomore Chris Sutton and senior Sammy Nickens pummel Hickman junior Will Owens during Friday's game.
Jefferson City senior Jordan Hull falls to the ground trying to tackle Hickman senior Anthony Oetting. By half-time, Jefferson City was in the lead 21-14.
Hickman senior Spenser Washington tackles Jefferson City junior Jack Young during Friday's game in Jefferson City. Jefferson City senior Brandon Brown, right, came to the aid of his teammate who fell to the ground.
Mulija Caldarevic and her husband, Eldin, stand across the street from their home as firefighters put out the last of a fire and remove debris from the home Friday, Oct. 29, 2010.
Firefighters clear out the garage of a duplex on S Scott Boulevard after a fire Friday, Oct. 29, 2010. Resident Mulija Caldarevic was sleeping and didn't notice the fire. Construction workers on a neighboring lot called the fire department and pounded on her door until she woke.
Columbia Firefighter Brian Wattenbarger sprays water into the walls of a duplex's garage on S Scott Boulevard after a fire Friday, Oct. 29, 2010. Firefighters had to put out fires in the walls of the home before an investigation could be started.
Joshua Maylee, 23, enters the courtroom for his arraignment on three counts of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree assault on Oct. 29 at the Callaway County Courthouse in Fulton. Maylee was sought in connection to the deaths of Jeffrey Werdehausen, 46; Eugene Pinet, 48; and Jackie Pinet, 57, as well as the shooting of Gina Werdehausen, 41.
Joshua Maylee, 23, stands before Judge Carol England at the Callaway County Courthouse in Fulton on Friday prior to his arraignment on three counts of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree assault. Maylee was sought in connection to the deaths of Jeffrey Werdehausen, 46; Allen Pinet, 48; and Jackie Pinet, 57, as well as the shooting of Gina Werdehausen, 41.
Andrew Denney is a senior at the Missouri School of Journalism and a political science major at MU.
Missouri football players celebrate after beating Kansas in 2007. The next day, the Associated Press ranked the Tigers No. 1. A week after that, Missouri fell to Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship.
President of the Missouri Students Association Tim Noce sits on the sidelines as the Black Team's honorary coach during the annual Black and Gold game.
MU Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Cathy Scroggs sits on the sidelines as the Gold Team's honorary coach during the annual Black and Gold Game on Thursday at Mizzou Arena.
Junior college transfer Ricardo Ratliffe goes up for a dunk Thursday night in the Missouri men's basketball team's Black and Gold Game. Ratliffe led all scorers with 32 points.
October 28, 2010
Nine-year-old Brayden Page and his father Justin Page, center, watch from the first row at the MU men's basketball team's Black and Gold Game on Thursday night at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri linebacker Will Ebner tackles Oklahoma running back Roy Finch in Saturday's victory over the Sooners.
Every candidate on the Nov. 2 ballot, along with every campaign promoting or opposing propositions and amendments, filed their last campaign finance reports before Election Day on Monday. The reports showed how much money each has raised and, just as or more important, who was giving it to them. Candidates for a U.S. Senate seat, Boone County Presiding Commissioner and three districts in the Missouri House of Representatives are only a handful of folks Boone County residents will get to vote for next week.
After the memorial service on Thursday, candlelight vigil attendees gather outside Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church to remember and pray for Jerry Schneider and others who have died homeless. Many members of the homeless community had come to pay their respects to Schneider who was found dead on Sunday at a camp near Range Line Street; his death has become a homicide investigation.
Pastor Meg Hegemann helps Billy Pilger light a candle after a memorial service for Jerry Schneider at Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church, on Thursday. Pilger said that he and Schneider used to sit and watch traffic on the highways together. "I've lost a good friend," he said. Pilger had known Schneider for the past eight years.