January 27, 2010
President Barack Obama gestures as he delivers his State of the Union address on Capitol Hill in Washington.
President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address on Capitol Hill in Washington on Wednesday. Vice President Joe Biden is behind the president.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team laces up in pink to support breast cancer awareness.
Hickman senior Shaunee Ballenger goes to the net while Rock Bridge senior Orreshia Chatman defends.
GRAPHIC | The State of the Union address by subject.
Rock Bridge senior Amaya Williams drives toward the basket against Hickman sophomore Arianna Prince during Wednesday's game. Williams scored 13 points in the Bruins' 52-43 win over the Kewpies.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs publicly announced the company’s new tablet computing device, the iPad, on Wednesday in San Francisco. The device, which will be available in late March, will be able to run applications written for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Apple will release another model in April with 3G wireless Internet access through AT&T.
GRAPHIC | Policy-related keywords in Wednesday's State of the Union address.
Patricia Williams speaks on Wednesday in Stotler Lounge in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at an MU event sponsored by the Chancellor’s Diversity Initiative, Missouri School of Law and the Peace Studies Program. Williams not only addressed the academic achievement gap in the U.S. but also focused on how the media's portrayal of minorities can have a lasting and destructive influence on its viewers.
In 1983, the General Assembly passed a resolution calling for both a balanced federal budget and a constitutional convention. The resolution the General Assembly approved Wednesday does not rescind Missouri’s previous resolution, but it calls for a balanced federal budget without calling for a convention.
Hickman sophomore Jordan Stevens, left, and junior Marcus Whitt share a laugh after practice Wednesday. Stevens and Whitt are part of Hickman's new three-guard lineup that coach John Burns refers to as "the three-headed monster."
Clockwise from top left: Lee Sensintaffar, Karen Atkinson, Jeneca Luckey, Don Strada and Bill Hastings
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Doreen Lewis, a project facilitator for Homes for Our Troops, gives a presentation at a registration event at Lowe’s Home Improvement on Tuesday. The nonprofit organization, which builds specially adapted homes for disabled veterans, had more than 100 applications from volunteers who wanted to help build a new home in Columbia for Sgt. Robert Canine, who had both legs amputated after being injured in Baghdad.
Brandon Hergins and Rob Hulett shovel recyclables onto a conveyor belt on Tuesday at the Material Recovery Center located at the Columbia Sanitary Landfill. The Material Recovery Center receives an average of five to six truckloads of recycled goods that are collected curbside in Columbia every day.
Denise Tucker and Teresa Craig sort through plastic bottles and other recyclables that travel up a conveyor belt onto the container sort line on Tuesday at the Material Recovery Facility at the Columbia Sanitary Landfill. Plastics that are not graded No. 1 or No. 2 must be removed along with any trash prior to final sorting.
Bales of recyclable paper sit at the Material Recovery Facility at the Columbia Sanitary landfill on Tuesday. The bales will be sold and remanufactured into new products.
No. 1 plastics can be found in soft drink and water bottles, food trays and disposable cups.
No. 2 plastics are typically found in household cleaner bottles, milk jugs, juice bottles and some disposable cups.