November 19, 2009
MU senior guard J.T. Tiller is helped up after sustaining an injury to his left foot during the Tigers' home opener against Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday. Tiller did not return to the game.
Trick-or-treating in the Stonecrest neighborhood.
Since 1912, presidents have discussed the issue of health care in the United States. A timeline explores the evolution of their proposals.
The Columbia/Boone County Health Department offered the third H1N1 flu vaccine clinic for expanded priority groups Wednesday. According to Genalee Alexander of Columbia/Boone County Health and Human Services, there are roughly 22,000 doses of H1N1 vaccine available in Boone County.
MU junior gymnast Alex Gold practices on the uneven bars Tuesday at Hearnes Center.
November 18, 2009
Leo Lewis III played wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings for 11 years. He worked another 14 years for the Vikings after retiring in 1991.
Leo Lewis II earned the nicknames “Lincoln Locomotive” and “Minnesota Express” while playing running back for Lincoln University. He still holds the school record for most touchdowns in one season with 22.
MU senior forward Jessra Johnson grabs a rebound against Memphis.
MU junior guard RaeShara Brown dribbles the ball around a fallen Memphis player.
MU sophomore forward BreAnna Brock defends a Memphis player during the second half of Wednesday's game at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri women's basketball players Kendra Frazier, left, and BreAnna Brock react from the sidelines while watching their team miss a shot in the final minutes of Wednesday night's game against Memphis.
Because of his nagging back pain Missouri’s Max Askren practices separately from the team. Every day a different teammate works with him for 45 minutes to an hour.
Judy Baker, shown in an October 2008 photograph
Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., left, speaks to the media about the Democratic health care bill on Capitol Hill on Wednesday in Washington.
INTERACTIVE MAP | GetAbout Columbia progress map
Nora Peckham, 12, and Carol Brown cross the intersection of Stadium and Forum boulevard. "We live so close it's silly to get in a car," Brown said. "Now I don't have cars breathing down my neck going 100 miles per hour."
Gov. Jay Nixon’s plan to freeze undergraduate resident tuition at public institutions affects more than 50 percent of $270 million total tuition revenue at MU. Supplemental fees are not included in the freeze.
Correction: An earlier version of this graphic incorrectly stated that GetAbout had one year to complete its projects. At the end of 2010, the highway transportation bill comes up for renewal and Columbia will submit a report on its progress to apply for additional funds.
The budget for GetAbout Columbia as of Monday.
MU student leaders watch as Gov. Jay Nixon gives details regarding the agreement to freeze tuition for undergraduate in-state students Wednesday at the Reynolds Alumni Center. "By helping keep higher education affordable, we are taking bold steps to prepare the workforce that will move Missouri forward," Nixon said.
Nine-year-old Elizabeth Olten was killed on Oct. 21. A 15-year-old girl is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action for the killing.