March 18, 2009
Missouri heavyweight Mark Ellis, right, is the Tigers' highest-seeded wrestler in the NCAA Wrestling Tournament, which begins Thursday in St. Louis. Ellis is the No. 2 seed in the heavyweight division.
Missouri shortstop Abby Vock (10) high-fives a player from Western Illinois after the Tigers' win on Wednesday. The Tigers took both games in the doubleheader, most of which was played under rainy conditions.
Missouri students Danielle Cooper, left, and Jillian Woosley, center, cheer on the Tigers during their game Wednesday against the SIU-Edwardsville. The women said their ex-boyfriends play on the SIUE team, so they went wild every time MU scored. The Tigers went on to win the game 4-1.
Missouri catcher Ryan Ampleman, left, shows the umpire the he held onto the ball after he tagged out SIU-Edwardsville's Josh Street at home.
The third-floor courtroom was revamped as part of the Boone County Courthouse renovation, which began in October 2007. The courtroom was updated with new technologies that could make trials more efficient.
Missouri basketball players get on stage outside of the Mizzou Arena for their sendoff to Boise, Idaho, on Wednesday morning.
Missouri coach Mike Anderson boards the bus outside Mizzou Arena after the basketball team's sendoff to Boise, Idaho.
Missouri basketball players thank their fans for support during their sendoff to Boise, Idaho, outside of Missouri Arena on Wednesday morning.
The Blue Note 7 will perform Thursday night at the Missouri Theatre as part of a 51-city tour honoring the 70th anniversary of Blue Note Records, one of jazz's oldest labels. The septet includes, from left: tenor saxophonist Ravi Coltrane (son of John Coltrane), drummer Lewis Nash, pianist and musical director Bill Charlap, guitarist Peter Bernstein, trumpeter Nicholas Payton, bassist Peter Washington and alto saxophonist and flautist Steve Wilson.
MU senior Whitnee Maycock discovered a natural talent for weightlifting when she was in high school and has continued to compete in college.
Front row, from left, Timothy B. Schmit, Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Joe Walsh of The Eagles perform at Mizzou Arena in Columbia on Tuesday. The concert in Columbia was a stop in a four-month tour that will continue through six states in the U.S. and 15 different countries in Europe.
Timothy B. Schmit, left, and Don Henley, two of the four members of The Eagles, perform at the concert at Mizzou Arena in Columbia on Tuesday. The band was founded in the early 1970s in Los Angeles.
Don Henley performs with The Eagles at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday.
Glenn Frey speaks to the crowd at The Eagles concert at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday. Columbia was a stop on the band's international tour, which finishes in July in Portugal.
Glenn Frey, left, and Joe Walsh of The Eagles perform during their live concert at Mizzou Arena in Columbia on Tuesday. The band reunited in 1994 after a 14-year break.
Fans of The Eagles line up in front of Mizzou Arena in Columbia as the doors open on Tuesday. The concert in Columbia was one of a four-month tour of the U.S. and Europe.
March 17, 2009
Click here to download a copy of the white paper from Missouri Coalition for Oral Health
Click here to download a copy of House Bill 931, which would authorize a task force to take an in-depth look at the effects of Tasers.