January 12, 2010
A portion of West Broadway applied to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The houses of this district exemplify important architectural styles common in America at the turn of the 20th century. Each of the homes in the district were built between 1902 and 1953.
The Universal Forensics Extraction Device, or UFED, is manufactured by CelleBrite, a leading company in the transfer and backup of mobile content. The Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force will use the device to copy cell phone data that might be useful in its investigations.
Click here to download a PDF copy of the West Broadway Historic District Property Information Form, which details the properties seeking historic designation.
Pam Pearn checks in a carrier of dogs brought in to the Central Missouri Humane Society by the Animal Health Division of the Missouri Department of Agriculture. The animals were rescued from a dog hoarder, a pet lover who got out of hand, from north of Columbia.
Humane Society employee Julie Aber, center, holds a yellow lab mix for check-in as Carmen Skelly, right, an animal cruelty task force investigator for the Humane Society, carries in another mixed breed during a drop-off of 28 dogs from the Missouri Department of Agriculture. The dogs were rescued from a dog hoarder north of Columbia.
The Central Missouri Humane Society received a drop-off of 28 dogs on Monday, rescued by the Animal Health Division of the Missouri Department of Agriculture from a dog hoarder, a pet lover who got out of hand. Intakes of dogs from the Department of Agriculture doubled in 2009 compared to years past because of the state's initiative to crack down on irresponsible dog breeders and owners.
Animal care counselor Megan Burnam gives a vaccine to a miniature poodle during intake of 28 dogs rescued from a dog hoarder located north of Columbia.
January 11, 2010
The Missouri men's basketball team will be depending on the leadership of seniors J.T. Tiller, center, Zaire Taylor, left, and Keith Ramsey, right, to help it maintain its poise in its upcoming Big 12 road games. “Just knowing the environment playing on the road in the Big 12, and you just have to have a strong mental game to play in these types of atmospheres,” Tiller said.
Isaac Zimmerle stands leans on his work truck Saturday in front of a home on which he was forced to halt construction in Chapel Hill, Tenn., after unsuccessful attempts to find a buyer. Construction contractors such as Zimmerle would seem to be in line to benefit from the stimulus spending. But money for road construction offers little relief to most contractors who don't work on transportation projects, a niche that requires expensive, heavy equipment that most residential and commercial builders don't own. Residential and commercial building make up the bulk of the nation's construction industry.
A $19.2 million widening project along SR-373 in Lewisburg, Tenn., is seen on Sunday. Ten months into President Barack Obama's first economic stimulus plan, a surge in spending on roads and bridges has had no effect on local unemployment and only barely helped the beleaguered construction industry, an Associated Press analysis has found.
Police officers and state troopers coordinate the last details for the memorial honoring Columbia police officer Molly Bowden. The fifth anniversary of her death was commemorated Sunday evening. Bowden was shot during a traffic stop near the intersection of Nifong and Forum boulevards on Jan. 10, 2005.
January 10, 2010
Where is coffee produced? Where is it consumed? How does caffeine affect the body? See our graphical explanation attached to this story.
How does caffeine affect the body? Where is coffee grown? Where is most of it consumed? View our graphical explanation. (PDF)
January 9, 2010
Kansas State's Frank Martin, center, talks with players during a timeout late in the second half of Saturday's game against Missouri.
Missouri's Laurence Bowers tries to protect the ball from three Kansas State players in Saturday's 74-68 Tigers victory at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri's Christine Flores tries to pass around Colorado defender Alyssa Freesle on Saturday in the Tigers' loss in Boulder, Colo.
Missouri's Zaire Taylor celebrates after a successful Missouri free throw late in the second half Saturday against Kansas State.
Zaire Taylor made a 3-pointer with 33 seconds left to break a tie and give Missouri a 69-66 lead that it held onto for a 74-68 Big 12-opening win Saturday against No. 11 Kansas State in front of 13,824 at Mizzou Arena.