Plenty of pink at Stephens volleyball game [Photo]

Mikala Houchins serves the ball for the Stephens volleyball team in their match Oct. 23 against McKendree. Both teams wore pink for the match at Stephens' Silverthorne Arena, which the Stars players organized as "Dig for the Cure" night in support of breast cancer awareness. Stephens lost to McKendree.

The Hickman cross country team gets ready to run [Photo]

Members of Hickman cross country team prepare for their daily run Oct. 22 on the track at Hickman High School.

Chris Koster [Photo]

Democratic attorney general candidate Chris Koster gives his closing remarks during the third candidate debate Monday at Clayton High School in St. Louis. Koster was a Republican until August 2007 and was Cass County prosecuting attorney for 10 years.

Michael Gibbons [Photo]

Republican attorney general candidate Michael Gibbons addresses one of several topics during the third candidate debate Monday at Clayton High School in St. Louis. Gibbons is president pro tem of the Missouri Senate.

ROTC Combat Water Survival [Slideshow]

Army ROTC held its semester Combat Water Survival Test at 5:30 a.m. 
Thursday.  Each member of the ROTC participated in multiple 
water tests, such as walking off the edge of a diving board blindfolded 
and removing equipment while underwater.

Derailed dancers [Photo]

Members of MU's Alpha Phi, Lambda Chi Alpha and Beta Sigma Psi performed a skit, "A Traincar Named Derailment" at the Stripes in the Spotlight Competition.

Looking for a car [Photo]

Members of MU's Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Sigma and Delta Sigma Phi performed a skit, "Dude, Where's Carl Edwards' Car?" at the Stripes in the Spotlight Competition.

Homecoming duet [Photo]

Paul and Paul of Beta Sigma Psi performed an original song between acts at the Stripes in the Spotlight Competition on Thursday night in Jesse Hall.

Fire response areas [Graphic]

Stoplight timeline [Graphic]

In August 2005, Krysten Chambrot was struck by two vehicles at the intersection of College and Rollins avenues.

Rock Bridge football players Sheldon and Colby Gerau [Photo]

Brothers Sheldon, left, and Colby Gerau share kicking duties for the Bruins football team.

ON THE ISSUES: Mike Gibbons [Slideshow]

Missouri Attorney General candidate Mike Gibbons responds to the following topics:

What's it like campaigning for attorney general alongside the presidential campaign?

How would you do things differently than Jay Nixon, who has held the attorney general's post for 16 years?

Move your mouse over the time line to access a specific topic.

Homecoming preparations [Photo]

Bill Moorkamp, right, and Jason George build the campus decorations for Delta Tau Delta on Thursday. The house's decorations will depict a scene from the movie "Monsters, Inc."

Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen [Photo]

Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen runs for a long gain against Kansas State last Saturday. Hansen gave up his redshirt season in the game giving the Buffaloes two viable choices at quarterback this season.

Finding campus decorations [Graphic]

AUDIO: Listen to the Lynn Weber automated phone call [Audio]

The Democrats' new automated phone call, featuring Republican-cum-Obama -supporter Lynn Weber, is intended to counteract four or five automated Republican phone calls circulating throughout Missouri.

Ready to eat [Photo]

MU residence halls around showed their support and excitement for Homecoming by participating in a campuswide M-I-Z B-B-Q on Wednesday. Each hall's barbecue was judged on taste, decorations, atmosphere and attendance.

Homecoming treats [Photo]

The Dobbs residence area had a candied apple bar for dessert with a choice of toppings such as macadamia nuts, M&Ms, Hersey's Kisses, chocolate syrup and sprinkles.

Homecoming barbecue [Photo]

Students come together for food and fun at Dobbs Dining Hall during the campuswide M-I-Z B-B-Q on Wednesday. This is the ninth year for M-I-Z B-B-Q, which is intended as a support for Homecoming. The Dobbs Area had a circus theme, Under the Stripes: You Can't Tame the Tigers, equipped with a human cannon ball, a man-eating chicken and ringmaster.

Columbia Police Chief Tom Dresner's explanation of Brotemarkle's reinstatement [Document]