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MU men's basketball assistant coach Mike Anderson Jr. [Photo]

Mike Anderson Jr., a graduate assistant with the MU men's basketball team, listens as his father, head coach Mike Anderson, talks after the practice Wednesday. Last season, Anderson Jr. was a senior player on the team.

Volunteers assemble personal energy transport vehicles [Slideshow]

It's in the details [Photo]

Gov. Jay Nixon explains details of his 2010 Jobs Package. He visited businesses in Columbia, St. Louis and Kansas City on Thursday.

Judge Gene Hamilton [Photo]

Circuit Judge Gene Hamilton swears in a witness during the trial of Damon Williams in November 2009 at the Boone County Courthouse in Columbia. Hamilton announced his resignation Thursday, which will be effective March 26.

2009 Deer Harvest [Graphic]

The 2009 deer season brought in the fourth largest harvest in state history.

Ken Hawkins retires after 16 years [Photo]

Ken Hawkins uses his hands, facial expressions and voice to help tell stories from his experiences as a police officer while teaching a class at the police academy on January 11, 2010.

SUV flips over after collision [Photo]

Firefighters work to clean the road after an accident on Providence Road and Ash Street in Columbia Thursday, Jan. 21. Firefighters extracted the driver from the Ford Expedition SUV (center). The driver was uninjured.

Judge Gene Hamilton announces retirement [Photo]

Circuit Judge Gene Hamilton swears in a witness during the trial of Damon Williams in November 2009 at the Boone County Courthouse in Columbia. Hamilton announced his resignation Thursday, which will be effective March 26.

Nixon gives State of the State speech [Photo]

Gov. Jay Nixon delivers the State of the State address Wednesday in the Capitol building in Jefferson City.

Tai Chi class [Photo]

Tai Chi instructor Ken Greene teaches a free class in the Columbia Armory Sports Center on Wednesday.

Missouri women's basketball loses against Oklahoma [Photo]

Missouri's guard RaeShara Brown cuts through Oklahoma's defense Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers lost to the Sooners 62-61.

Brown [Photo]

Missouri's RaeShara Brown tries to go through Oklahoma's defense Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena in the Tigers fifth straight lost. Brown had 12 points in 31 minutes. The Sooners won 62-61.

Olajuwon makes impact [Photo]

Oklahoma forward Carlee Roethlisberger, center, reacts as she helps up teammate center Abi Olajuwon, bottom, after Olajuwon was fouled by a Texas A&M player Sunday. Against Missouri on Wednesday, Olajuwon had eight points and 10 rebounds.

Nixon delivers State of the State address [Slideshow]

Gov. Jay Nixon delivered the State of the State address on Wednesday night.

Word cloud: Wednesday's State of the State address [Graphic]

Gov. Jay Nixon gave the most recent State of the State address Wednesday evening. The most common words in it were "Missouri," "year" and "state."

Word cloud: Gov. Nixon's first State of the State address [Graphic]

Gov. Jay Nixon gave his first State of the State address in 2009. The most common words in it were "Missouri" and "must."

Proposed 2011 budget comparison [Graphic]

Adjusted for inflation, the governor's recommended budget for fiscal year 2011 is significantly lower than it was a decade ago but well within the range of budgets in the last few years.

Word cloud: Gov. Blunt's last State of the State address [Graphic]

Former Gov. Matt Blunt's 2008 State of the State address was the last one he gave while in office. The most common words in it were "Missouri," "Missourians," "state" and "budget."

Rock Bridge wrestles Warrenton [Photo]

Rock Bridge Bruins' Josh Litofsky, bottom, is wrestled to the mat by the Warrenton Warriors' Jake DeClue at a dual meet Wednesday at Rock Bridge High School.

Governor's budget proposal [Graphic]

Gov. Jay Nixon released his budget recommendations Wednesday evening for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins July 1. The recommendations, which Nixon released before his State of the State address, are not final and must be approved by the General Assembly.
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