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Mauk looks for open receiver [Photo]

Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk looks for an open receiver during the first quarter of the Tigers' football game against the Kentucky Wildcats on Nov. 1 at Memorial Stadium.

PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia gas prices lower than state average [Gallery]

Midway Plaza, off Interstate 70 in Columbia, sold gas for $1.99 per gallon Thursday. The average price of gas in Missouri was $2.16 per gallon.

Marquee near Interstate 70 advertises gas for $1.99 per gallon [Photo]

Midway Plaza advertises gas for $1.99 per gallon on a marquee by interstate 70 on Thursday. "We have been busy since the gas rates dropped," cashier J.D. Newall said.

Betty Thurston tries to buy gas at Midway Plaza [Photo]

Betty Thurston tries to buy gas at Midway Plaza on Thursday. "I was not aware that they were selling gas at $1.99 a gallon," she said. Customers couldn't pay for the gas with credit cards on Thursday afternoon due to issues with the station's payment system.

Midway Plaza advertises gas for $1.99 per gallon [Photo]

Midway Plaza advertises $1.99 per gallon gas on Thursday. Average gas prices in Missouri were $2.16 per gallon, according to Patrick DeHaan, a senior petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.

GRAPHIC: Medical professionals in Missouri [Interactive graphic]

With new assistant physician designation, the differences are in the details [Graphic]

A law that passed in the last legislative session created a new position in the medical field between a physician assistant and a medical doctor. The position is intended for students who graduate from medical school but don't get a residency. It's designed to be a non-permanent position.

With new assistant physician designation,the differences are in the details [Interactive graphic]

A law that passed in the last legislative session created a new position in the medical field between a physician assistant and a medical doctor. The position is intended for students who graduate from medical school but don't get a residency. It's designed to be a non-permanent position.

FROM READERS: EnCircle [Photo]

Service-learning students Matt Fasano, Haley Denney and Tony King helped with Encircle Technologies holiday party on Dec. 10.

Neville holds a friend's grandniece [Photo]

Douglass High School Principal Eryca Neville holds 12-day-old Joy Hughes, a friend's grandniece, at a Thanksgiving potluck for students and their families, alumni, staff and faculty Nov. 25. "I noticed she was trying to eat one-handed, and I remember those days," Neville said, laughing. "Plus, I get a baby fix, and I can just hand her back."

Neville chats at Thanksgiving potluck [Photo]

Eryca Neville chats with Aleyandra Gudino, left, and Curtis Pope at a Thanksgiving potluck for students and their families, alumni, staff and faculty Nov. 25. Neville is the principal of Douglass High School.

Neville takes a break [Photo]

Eryca Neville, the principal of Douglass High school, takes a break while helping at the school's Thanksgiving potluck event Nov. 25 for students and their families, alumni, staff and faculty. Neville kept busy making sure things ran smoothly throughout the event.

Neville talks at Thanksgiving potluck [Photo]

Douglass High School Principal Eryca Neville talks with Suzette Miller, right, and Robin Scruggs in the administrative office Nov. 25 during a Thanksgiving potluck for students, their families, alumni, staff and faculty. The potluck consisted of an entire Thanksgiving meal, complete with dessert.

Shane Ray named consensus All-American [Photo]

Missouri defensive end Shane Ray was named a consensus All-American by various media outlets. Ray set the single-season school record for sacks with 14.

PHOTO GALLERY: Douglass Principal Eryca Neville talks with potluck attendees [Gallery]

Principal Eryca Neville talks with attendees at the Douglass High School Thanksgiving potluck Nov. 25. The event served a meal, including dessert, to students and their families, alumni, staff and faculty.

PHOTO GALLERY: Ellen Eardley is a Title IX candidate [Gallery]

Ellen Eardley participated in a forum that showcased her candidacy for the Title IX administrator position Wednesday at MU. She hopes her legal background will help guide new standards at the university.

Ellen Eardley is Title IX candidate [Photo]

Title IX administrator candidate Ellen Eardley speaks during an open forum in Leadership Auditorium at the MU Student Center on Wednesday. Eardley is currently an attorney involved in housing and workplace discrimination casework in Washington, D.C.

Ellen Eardley speaks at forum [Photo]

Title IX administrator candidate Ellen Eardley addresses questions from attendees of Wednesday's open forum at the MU Student Center. Eardley hopes her law background puts her in a position "to provide a clear articulation of what standards are" for the university community.

Ellen Eardley stresses Title IX credentials [Photo]

Ellen Eardley, a Title IX administrator candidate, emphasizes her approach for addressing Title-IX-related issues during an open forum on Wednesday. Part of that approach would initially include more listening to stakeholders at MU and throughout the UM system.

PHOTO GALLERY: Students gather in Speakers Circle for candlelight memorial [Gallery]

Students gather Wednesday in Speakers Circle for a candlelight memorial and prayer session for the victims of religious terrorism in Peshawar, Pakistan. The MU Muslim Student Organization hosted the event.
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