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Andy Anderson testifies in trial [Photo]

Andy Anderson, coordinator of the Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force, testifies during Clarence Arthur Tremaine's jury trial on Thursday. Tremaine is charged with possession and promotion of child pornography.

UM Healthcare budget cut impact [Document]

Other Fiscal Scenarios for other Curator Programs [Graphic]

UM System Budget Reduction Impact Statement [Graphic]

UM System budget reduction impact statement filed with the state Department of Higher Education on Thursday.

Director of Orr Street Studios [Photo]

Elaine Johnson is the new director of Orr Street Studios. She says she is not an artist but loves art.

Concerned MU faculty [Photo]

Victoria Johnson, associate professor of sociology, listens to Chancellor Brady Deaton speak at a general faculty meeting in Jesse Wrench Auditorium on Dec. 17. Deaton addressed faculty concerns stemming from the current state of the economy and from potential budget cuts of up to 25 percent.

Radio Ranger's show reflects times [Photo]

Steve Donorio, the "Radio Ranger" at KOPN/89.5 FM, checks his levels as he begins a tune during his Sunday radio show.

Learning about Kwanzaa traditions [Slideshow]

Dee Campbell-Carter taught first-graders at Rock Bridge Elementary School about the meaning of Kwanzaa on Dec. 17 in the school’s library. First-graders learned a song to remember the Swahili words associated with the holiday.

Steve Donofrio 'Critter du jour' [Audio]

The following are excerpts from Steve Donofrio’s Dec. 7 Radio Ranger show on KOPN/89.5 FM. The Critter Du Jour is another segment on Radio Ranger. This week Donofrio talks about the cedar waxwing.

Steve Donofrio's Tree Time [Audio]

The following is an excerpt from Steve Donofrio’s Dec. 7 Radio Ranger show on KOPN/89.5 FM. Every week Donofrio discusses a different tree during a segment entitled Tree Time. This week, he talks about the American holly.

Learning Kwanzaa traditions [Photo]

Elayna Mottaz, left, and Melissa Carranza play African instruments Wednesday during a Kwanzaa presentation at Rock Bridge Elementary School. Dee Campbell-Carter taught the first-graders about the holiday.

Celebrating Kwanzaa [Photo]

On Wednesday at Rock Bridge Elementary, Dee Campbell-Carter shows a mask her family made during Kwanzaa. Kuumba, Swahili for creativity, is celebrated during Kwanzaa.

Marie by Townes Van Zandt [Audio]

The following is an excerpt from Steve Donofrio’s Dec. 7 Radio Ranger show on KOPN/89.5 FM. Listen to the entire song "Marie" by Townes Van Zandt, as played on the show.

Steve Donofrio talks about recession [Audio]

The following is an excerpt from Steve Donofrio's Dec. 7 Radio Ranger show on KOPN/89.5 FM. Here, Donofrio discusses a song he says he believes reflects hard times. He tells his listeners that the song, Marie by Townes Van Zandt, depicts how situations can always get worse.

Steve Donofrio [Audio]

The following is an excerpt from Steve Donofrio's Dec. 7 Radio Ranger show on KOPN/89.5 FM. Here, Donofrio opens his show by telling listeners about upcoming portions of his program.

MU trombone choir [Audio]

The MU Trombone choir plays the majestic Sonata Pian’ e Forte by Giovanni Gabrieli at the Odyssey Chamber Music Series Dec. 5 at First Baptist Church in Columbia. The trombone choir is made up of students and alumni from MU and is led by Professor Bill Mann.

Columbia Police Department releases McDuffy report [Document]

Click here to download the Columbia Police Department's full report. This ZIP file contains videos, photos and a PowerPoint presentation. The size of the file is 215.2 MB.

Summer Hock takes her sled to the top of a hill [Photo]

Summer Hock drags her sled back to the top of a hill at Stephens Lake Park on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2008. Hock spent the afternoon sledding with her father, Ken Hock, and her friend Regina Hartliep, 7.

Ken Hock sledding at Stephens Lake Park [Photo]

Ken Hock rides on a sled down the hill with his daughter's friend Regina Hartliep, 7, at Stephens Lake Park on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2008. Columbia schools were canceled for the second day in a row because of inclement weather, giving many kids the chance to have some fun on the hills.

Students sell books for cash despite weather [Photo]

Christine Kruse, an MU sophomore, sells back textbooks from the fall semester. Kruse made $80 on her buyback Tuesday.
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