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MU law professor Richard Reuben [Photo]

MU Law professor Richard Reuben is an expert on the Supreme Court and believes that President Obama's nomination, Solicitor General Elena Kagan, is a nonconfrontational choice.

Solicitor General Kagan announced as Supreme Court nominee [Photo]

From right, President Barack Obama after introducing Solicitor General Elena Kagan as his choice for Supreme Court Justice in the East Room of the White House in Washington on Monday.

President Obama announces Supreme Court nominee [Photo]

Solicitor General Elena Kagan stands with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden as she is introduced as Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court during an announcement in the East Room of the White House in Washington on Monday.

Chief Burton discusses SWAT raid at conference [Photo]

Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton gives a statement during a press conference Monday afternoon at the Columbia Police Department. Burton was discussing the recent incident in which a SWAT entered a Columbia residence while serving a search warrant. SWAT officers shot and killed a pit bull inside the residence. The wife and child of the warrant's defendant were both inside the residence at the time the SWAT team entered.

Cheif Burton discusses SWAT incident [Photo]

Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton answers a reporter's question during a press conference on May 10 at the Columbia Police Department. Burton was discussing the recent incident in which a SWAT entered a Columbia residence while serving a search warrant. SWAT officers shot and killed a pit bull inside the residence. The wife and child of the warrant's defendant were both inside the residence at the time the SWAT team entered.

Kansas lawer helps draft immigration laws [Photo]

Attorney Kris Kobach poses for a photo in Kansas City. When politicians and police across the country want to crack down on illegal immigration, they often reach out to Kobach, a little-known Kansas attorney with an Ivy League education who is the architect behind many of the nation’s most controversial immigration laws.

May 11 news release on search of 1501 Kinloch Court [Document]

A May 10 news release from the Columbia Police Department on the status of an internal investigation into the Feb. 11 raid of 1501 Kinloch Court.

Affidavit for the search of 1501 Kinloch Court [Document]

An affidavit listing the reasons a Police Department detective, whose name was redacted, believed police should search 1501 Kinloch Court.

Changes to narcotics search warrant protocol [Document]

The Columbia Police Department has made immediate changes to its narcotic search warrant protocol, outlined in this document.

Salary Schedules [Document]

Three salary schedules for new hires in the 2010-2011 school year are being recommended by the Board of Education Finance Committee for action at the May Board of Education meeting. The committee believes these schedules will allow the district to continue to keep compensation relevant to responsibilities and to more effectively analyze payroll costs.The document proposes wages should be set according to job responsibilities and tied to educational credit advancement.

Student Relations [Document]

The staff/student relations policy exists so an atmosphere conducive to learning can be achieved in schools. Boundaries detailed are both emotional and physical. The document lists potential violations of the policy and how to report violations.

Calling it quits [Audio]

KBIA’s Lee Zucker catches up with one former MU wide receiver who is experiencing being pulled away from the game for the second time in his life.

Elena Kagen nominated for Supreme Court [Photo]

U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan speaks during a panel about Women Advocates of the Supreme Court Bar at the Newseum in Washington on Jan. 28, 2008. Kagen's age could be the decisive factor for a Senate nomination. Kagan is the youngest by nearly seven years of the four people Obama is known to have interviewed, and she would be the youngest nominee by a Democratic president since 1962, when President John F. Kennedy chose Byron White at age 44.

Former MU wide receiver Tommy Saunders was a team captain his senior season [Photo]

Tommy Saunders, MU's wide receiver sits in the butterfly position as the team stretches out at practice on Sept. 9, 2008.

Former MU wide receiver Tommy Saunders now plays rugby [Photo]

Tommy Saunders runs the ball down field during the Kansas City Blues Rugby Club's final home game against the Boulder RFC on April 24, 2010 at Bourke Field at Rockhurst University in Kansas City. Saunders had four tries in the game and Kansas City defeated Boulder 68-10.

Low Ranks for MU Faculty Salaries [Graphic]

Due to state budget cuts, faculty salaries at MU are likely to remain low.

Salaries of MU faculty [Document]

A 2009 report of the salaries of all MU faculty members.

Cash register provides hope [Photo]

Patients learn skills such as using a cash register during their classes and training.

Cory Calbert Portrait [Photo]

Cory Calbert suffers from a brain injury and is a participant in the Prevocational Training Classes at Alternative Opportunities, in Springfield, Mo. For the people who depend on the Traumatic Brain Injury program, the possibility of losing its services could be as life-shattering as the accidents that put them there.

Timothy Baczek Portrait [Photo]

Timothy Baczek suffers from a brain injury and is a participant in the Prevocational Training Classes at Alternative Opportunities, in Springfield, Mo. Without the classes and counseling Alternative Opportunities Inc. provides with state funding, many injury victims would be institutionalized, either in a group home, or worse, in jail, at a potentially greater cost to the state.
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