January 31, 2009
From left to right, Scott Bade, Jordan Barton and Deanna Louth cheer on the Missouri men's basketball team as they beat the Baylor Bears 89-72 on Saturday.
J.T. Tiller and DeMarre Carroll celebrate with Missouri fans in the stands after the game against Baylor on Saturday.
Missouri coach Mike Anderson motions his team to defense quickly in the Missouri vs. Baylor game on Saturday. Missouri basketball beat Baylor 89-72.
Leo Lyons goes in for the shot against Baylor's Anthony Jones.
Missouri senior Leo Lyons, dribbles in for a shot at the MU vs. Baylor University men’s basketball game in Mizzou Arena on Saturday.
A property may make the Notable list if it has an interesting past. According to a newspaper article, The Dumas Apartments were raided during Prohibition, and police confiscated a still.
John Haguewood took advantage of the warm weather and sunny day to clean his pickup truck. The unseasonably warm temperatures allowed Haguewood to ride his bike and play football with neighborhood residents earlier in the day.
Missouri senior Leo Lyons goes in for a layup during the Missouri vs. Baylor University men’s basketball game in Mizzou Arena on Saturday. The Tigers won the game 89-72.
Missouri senior Leo Lyons prepares for a free throw at the Missouri vs. Baylor University men's basketball game Saturday. The Tigers won the game 89-72.
Police Chief Kenneth Burton of Haltom City, Texas is one of two finalists for the Columbia police chief position.
Kansas City Police Major Christine Laughlin is one of two finalists for the position of Columbia police chief.
MU seniors Amanda Hoffman and Sara Nieters pass the Dumas Apartments on Hitt Street. The two have been in the building only once. "It looks like it was really nice back in the day," Hoffman said. The Dumas Apartments, located on the corner of Hitt Street and University Avenue, made the city's list of 10 Most Notable Properties.
Oklahoma center Courtney Paris, top, goes up for a shot in front of Missouri forward Shakara Jones during the first half of an NCAA women's college basketball game in Norman, Okla. on Saturday. Paris grabbed 11 rebounds and scored 10 points in Oklahoma's 78-56 win.
January 30, 2009
Police and firefighters clear the scene of the bus accident. The number 10 school bus had stopped to drop off a child when a van rear-ended it. The van was then rear-ended by a third car (shown in front).
Firefighter Brint Roush examines the remains of the minivan that rear-ended a school bus at the intersection of Brown Station Road and Sherwood Drive on Friday afternoon.
At approximately 3:20 p.m., a van rear-ended a school bus at the intersection of Brown Station Road and Sherwood Drive. Patrol Officer Jason McClintic, left, and Adam Algiere of Economy Towing survey the damage.
Douglas McBride, of Columbia, crosses Providence Road between Park Avenue and East Worley Street. Like many pedestrians, he doesn't use the overpass, which does not comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. "I'm lazy," he said. "I didn't want to climb up steps."
From left, Nicolette Leigh Boese, Kelsey Rogers, Jeremy Stanfield and Kirstie McDermott rehearse backstage for a Stephens College production at The Warehouse Theatre in December.
Peters is a male apprentice at Stephens College.
Eric Peters responds to one of his crew while arranging the set for the play "Little Women" at Stephens Playhouse.