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Shakespeare's [Slideshow]

An ordinance to loosen noise violation restrictions for downtown businesses was tabled Monday. The noise violation currently defined by any noise heard from at least 50 feet away would increase to a proposed six times that at points during the night. Kurt Mirtsching, Shakespeare’s Pizza manager, does not see the decision for or against the ordinance affecting his business.

The Fieldhouse [Slideshow]

An ordinance to loosen noise violation restrictions for downtown businesses was tabled Monday. The noise violation currently defined by any noise heard from at least 50 feet away would increase to a proposed six times that at points during the night. Michelle Bittner, employee at The Fieldhouse, said most of the noise is held inside the bar and that the bar has never had a noise complaint to her knowledge.

E-cigarette advocate [Video]

Jordan Allen-Baxter, a student at Columbia College, uses e-cigarettes on a regular basis. He explains the differences between electronic and regular cigarettes.

Missouri baseball player Aaron Senne is one of few returning starters this season [Photo]

Missouri outfielder Aaron Senne, one of just two seniors on the Tigers this season, stands at the plate during a 2009 game against Minnesota.

Rock Bridge's Megan Marshall vs. Helias's Arielle Chambers [Photo]

Rock Bridge's Orreshia Chatman vs. Helias [Photo]

Helias' Marki Burnett tries to block Rock Bridge's Orreshia Chatman's shot during Thursday's game at Rock Bridge High School.

Rock Bridge's Hannah Dressler vs. Helias's Carol Kehoe [Photo]

Rock Bridge High School's Hannah Dressler drives the basket against Carol Kehoe of Helias High School during the Bruins' last home game of the season at Rock Bridge High School.

Rock Bridge's Allison Marshall vs. Helias [Photo]

Rock Bridge's Allison Marshall drives to the basket as Helias' Alex Heislen guards during the Bruins' last home game of the season.

Day 6 of the 2010 Olympics [Slideshow]

Photos from day 6 of the 2010 Winter Olympic games in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Commemorating the "New Patient Tower" [Photo]

A beam which will be placed on the top of the "New Patient Tower" is displayed in the lobby at Boone Hospital Center, Thursday, Feb. 18. The Hospital has been encouraging people to sign a beam to commemorate the "New Patient Tower" which will be equipped with 128 beds and constructed by mid of 2011.


New beginnings [Photo]

Gabriel Forte, 5, signs a beam which will be placed into the "New Patient Tower" at Boone Hospital Center Thursday, Feb. 18. The New Patient Tower will be equipped with 128 beds and constructed by mid of 2011.

0219Ferguson [Document]

Ferguson's lawyer's response to the state

Craig Van Matre [Photo]

Craig Van Matre

Plane crash into IRS building [Photo]

In this aerial view, smoke billows from a seven-story Internal Revenue Service building in Austin, Texas, after a small private plane crashed into it Thursday morning.

Dan Viets' letter to City Council [Document]

Dan Viets' letter to the mayor, Columbia City Council and members of the Columbia Citizens Police Review Board outlining what he sees as problems with the board and the lack of forms and information for filing complaints.

MU men's basketball player J.T. Tiller vs. Texas [Photo]

Missouri's J.T. Tiller drives for a layup past Texas junior Gary Johnson.

MU men's basketball player Zaire Taylor vs. Texas [Photo]

Missouri's Zaire Taylor puts up a shot in front of Texas defender J'Covan Brown.

MU men's basketball player Justin Safford vs. Texas [Photo]

Missouri's Justin Safford is fouled on a drive to the basket.

MU men's basketball player Kim English vs. Texas [Photo]

Missouri guard Kim English puts up a shot against Texas guard Justin Mason on Wednesday at Mizzou Arena. English led the Tigers with 18 points.

Columbia Photo to close [Photo]

MU junior Tommy Nagel watches as Columbia Photo camera sales manager Dennis Stegall, center, and service manager Bob Orman figure out the flash problem with his camera on Wednesday. After 42 years of service Columbia Photo will be closing its doors in April.
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