November 20, 2009
The nation’s young people are donating their time and talents to make a difference in their communities.
Police have blocked off a portion of Hitt Street because a broken water main is flooding the street.
A water main break on Hitt Street between Paquin Street and University Avenue caused police to block off the road on Friday morning.
Rock Bridge senior guard Ricky Kreklow shoots over Rock Bridge senior forward Charlie Henderson during Thursday evening's Green and Gold scrimmage at Rock Bridge High School.
Rock Bridge senior forward Trey Millard moves into the Bruin defense to take a shot during the Green and Gold scrimmage at Rock Bridge High School on Thursday night.
Anne Deaton (center) sings the "Five Little Monkeys" song after reading to preschoolers at the Robert G. Combs Language Preschool on Thursday. From left to right, Parker Quinn, Karen Hecksel student clinician, Jackson Moore, Cole Donigian and Caitlin Dawdy lead student clinician sing along with Deaton, while playing with paper monkeys and a blanket. "I got to read to the leaders of tomorrow," Deaton said.
The Heart of Missouri Chorus is a Sweet Adelines International group of women a capella singers. They practice several Christmas songs from October through December as part of their Holiday Singing Invitational, including “Carol of the Bells.”
Two chairs, a foot stool, a table, a garbage can and a sink represent all the furniture in the Lactation Station at Christopher S. Bond Life Sciences Center at MU. The small room was designed for mothers who were in need of a place to breast feed, but it is rarely used.
The women's bathroom on the second floor of Ellis Library. Seeing a woman breast-feeding in a bathroom on campus helped inspire Linda Blockus, director of undergraduate research at MU, to push for the Lactation Station at MU.
Missouri offensive lineman Kurtis Gregory (78) stretches with his teammates during a football practice Tuesday.
Missouri wide receiver Danario Alexander, a native of Marlin, Texas, is one of about 50 players from Missouri and Navy who hail from the state.
November 19, 2009
Adam Craig, center, checks out the damage to his car as Jacalyn Braznell, left, looks on Thursday afternoon after a four-car accident at the intersection of College Avenue and Stadium Boulevard.
MU senior guard J.T. Tiller is helped up after sustaining an injury to his left foot during the Tigers' home opener against Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday. Tiller did not return to the game.
Trick-or-treating in the Stonecrest neighborhood.
Since 1912, presidents have discussed the issue of health care in the United States. A timeline explores the evolution of their proposals.
The Columbia/Boone County Health Department offered the third H1N1 flu vaccine clinic for expanded priority groups Wednesday. According to Genalee Alexander of Columbia/Boone County Health and Human Services, there are roughly 22,000 doses of H1N1 vaccine available in Boone County.
MU junior gymnast Alex Gold practices on the uneven bars Tuesday at Hearnes Center.
November 18, 2009
Leo Lewis III played wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings for 11 years. He worked another 14 years for the Vikings after retiring in 1991.
Leo Lewis II earned the nicknames “Lincoln Locomotive” and “Minnesota Express” while playing running back for Lincoln University. He still holds the school record for most touchdowns in one season with 22.