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Tenderheart Kennels owner, Hubert Lavy, plays with a bulldog [Photo]

Tenderheart Kennels owner Hubert Lavy holds and plays with one of his bulldogs early Wednesday morning. Lavy is an adamant supporter of voting no on Proposition B. "You can't treat all dogs the same, so you can't write a bill that covers everything they need," he said.

Youth sports fields economic driver for Columbia [Photo]

The Broncos play against the Packers in the Columbia Youth Football League in Cosmopolitan Park on Tuesday. If Proposition 1 passes, Columbia might see the development of more youth sports fields.

2010 Southeast Regional Park Plan [Graphic]

The latest Southeast Regional Park plan replaces a 17-acre equestrian area with natural open space. Reactions to the equestrian area had been divided, with some respondents wanting it larger and others opposed because of waste and water concerns.

MU Homecoming parade affects downtown parking [Graphic]

With ESPN "College GameDay" coming to MU on Saturday, the Mizzou Alumni Association was forced to change the start time for the parade to noon from 8 a.m. The Columbia City Council approved the change at its Monday night meeting and voted to prohibit parking along Sixth and Ninth streets. The city also suggested folks avoid parking on Broadway.

Homecoming Special Section [Photo]

The cover of the Homecoming 2010 special section, a joint publication of the Missourian Advertising Department and the Mizzou Alumni Association

Tom Reaves Capp [Photo]

Tom Reaves Capp covers city government and other local issues for the Missourian.

Archbishop Raymond Burke addresses his new appointment [Photo]

St. Louis Archbishop Raymond Burke speaks to the media after announcing his appointment to the office of the Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura of Rome, in St. Louis. Archbishop Raymond Burke is one of the 24 new cardinals named by Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday during his weekly general audience at the Vatican City.

Hickman volleyball player Emily Peel vs. Troy Buchanan [Photo]

Middle hitter Emily Peel leaps to make a return against Troy Buchanan in a Kewpies loss Tuesday night.

Hickman soccer player Eric Pekkala vs. Helias [Photo]

Hickman senior defender Eric Pekkala drives past Helias' Marcus Woodruff on Tuesday night. Pekkala scored the winning penalty kick during an overtime shootout.

Maplewood Barn, as it is now [Photo]

The barn is gone, but the Maplewood Barn theater company still uses the site for productions, substituting a trailer and a shed for the historic building.

Maplewood Barn, as it was [Photo]

Actress Sue Ellersieck, center, as "Kent" from Shakespeare's "King Lear," rehearses her lines during a rehearsal in May 2008. The barn behind the stage, the longtime backdrop for the Maplewood Barn Community Theatre's productions, burned down earlier this year.

MU Homecoming parade affects downtown parking [Graphic]

With ESPN "College GameDay" coming to MU on Saturday, the Mizzou Alumni Association was forced to change the start time for the parade to noon from 8 a.m. The Columbia City Council approved the change at its Monday night meeting and voted to prohibit parking along Sixth and Ninth streets. The city also suggested folks avoid parking on Broadway.

MU football player Brad Madison vs. Texas A&M [Photo]

Missouri's Brad Madison catches Texas A&M running back Christine Michael from behind during Saturday's victory over the Aggies in College Station.

Shopping for a Mizzou T-shirt for the Oklahoma gama [Photo]

Kevin Schawo shops for a Mizzou T-shirt at a shop downtown on Tuesday. The Homecoming game against Oklahoma on Saturday is nearly sold out, and Columbia merchants are eagerly anticipating the crowds coming not just for Homecoming but also for the ESPN "College GameDay" broadcast live from Francis Quadrangle.

MU releases Diversity Progress Report [Document]

On the eve of the second Bbannual MizzouDiversity Summit, the Chancellor's Diversity Initiative released the Mizzou Diversity Progress Report containing information about campuswide diversity activities and achievements since May 2008.

A message to end domestic violence [Photo]

T-shirts decorated by victims and survivors of relationship and domestic violence in Columbia hang from a clothesline as a part of the clothesline project at Lowry Mall on Tuesday. "This gives them an opportunity to show their emotions about this type of violence," said Holly Hanover, a graduate assistant for the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center. The national clothesline project has been displayed at MU annually for for the past 6 years.

Looking for right amount of scariness [Photo]

Ean Rice, 2, points to a Halloween costume as his mother, Regina Rice, continues to look through the selection at the Mers Goodwill store on Nifong Bouldevard in Columbia. Although Halloween is close, Goodwill restocks its racks with a selection of both new and used costumes at prices far below what might be found in a traditional retail store.

Why we are afraid [Video]

Just in time for the Halloween season, we look into the psychology of fear and why people enjoy being scared.

Police search Pentagon property with dog [Photo]

Law enforcement officers searches for evidence along the Interstate 395 expressway adjacent to the Pentagon on Tuesday. The Pentagon entrances were locked down early Tuesday after a report of possible shots fired near the building.

Police investigate possible shots fired at Pentagon [Photo]

Law enforcement officers search for evidence along the Interstate 395 expressway adjacent to the Pentagon on Tuesday. The Pentagon entrances were locked down early Tuesday after a report of possible shots fired near the building.
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