Ben Folds performs 'Annie Waits' [Photo]

Singer and songwriter Ben Folds performs his song "Annie Waits" for the 9th Street Summerfest on Wednesday.

Campaigning at Hickman [Video]

VIDEO: Michael Corey-Yares, president-elect of Hickman High School Student Council, reflects on the campaign process and what he did to win over his fellow students.

Arizona State looks to repeat [Photo]

The Arizona State Sun Devils are hoping to celebrate another NCAA softball championship.

Arizona State celebrates [Photo]

Arizona State's Kaitlin Cochran, center left, and Kaylyn Castillo, center right, congratulate teammate Taylor Haro (22) after she scored a run in a NCAA Super Regional softball game. Cochran, the Sun Devils' hitting star said: "UCLA and Arizona, they've established that legacy and we want to be a part of that as well. We want to be able to have teams look at us the way that other people look at their teams because they're great programs. We really want to establish that tradition. That's our goal every year."

63 Diner back in business [Video]

VIDEO: The 63 Diner in Columbia officially reopened on Tuesday after being closed for more than a year. The owner and customers discuss the reopening of the diner on its first day back.

Rock Bridge tennis player Ford Zitsch [Photo]

Rock Bridge No. 1 singles player Ford Zitsch and the Bruins play in the state boys tennis semifinals Thursday in Springfield, Mo. The team is trying to repeat as state champions and maintain a 50-game winning streak.

Father and son enjoy 63 Diner [Photo]

Matt Shaw and his son Andrew wait for their food at the counter of the 63 Diner. The Shaws ate at the diner often before it closed.

Car shows will be held at 63 Diner [Photo]

Don McBride, left, stands in front of his 1956 Studebaker outside the 63 Diner. Owner Jay Montgomery plans to hold car shows at the diner.

63 Diner open for business [Photo]

Server Jennifer Baier chats with a customer at the 63 Diner.

How MU salaries rank [Graphic]

Compared with the other AAU institutions, that puts MU at No. 26 out of 34 schools when ranking salary increases during that 10-year period.

Browns vs. Gates property map [Graphic]

A map of the property around the home of Daniel and Donna Brown illustrates the connections between Ralph Gates, his mortgage company and some of the property owners who testified in a trial of the Browns' suit against the gun club.

Norm Stewart [Photo]

Former MU basketball coach Norm Stewart jokes with members of the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association during a press conference at Columbia College on Tuesday. The press conference highlighted the Missouri Challenge basketball tournament.

Norm Stewart and Bob Burchard [Photo]

Former MU basketball coach Norm Stewart, left, jokes with Bob Burchard, coach of the men's basketball team at Columbia College during a press conference Tuesday. The press conference, hosted by the Missourian Basketball Coaches Association, highlighted the Missouri Challenge basketball tournament.

Larson as a teacher [Photo]

Sidney Larson teaches Mrs. Luke Kuehner of Hatton in an adult art class at Columbia College in 1961.

Sidney Larson [Photo]

Sid Larson was "humbled and delighted" to be honored as Missouri State Professor of the Year for 1987. This photo is dated Nov. 8, 1987.

Prairie Grove Shooting Sports [Photo]

The main entrance to Prairie Grove Shooting Sports Inc.

The Brown family [Photo]

Daniel, Donna and Kehynan Brown stand in front of their home, which is near Prairie Grove Shooting Sports Inc. The property on which the Browns' home is built has been in the family since the 1940s and the current house was built in 1984. The gun range was built in 1994, as Cedar Creek Rod and Gun Club.

Ben Folds [Photo]

Ben Folds is performing Wednesday at the intersection of Ninth Street and Broadway for the second concert in the Summerfest series.

John Yettaw [Photo]

John William Yettaw, shown in this 2005 photo released by his family, testified that he illegally entered the compound of Aung San Suu Kyi because he was sent by God to warn her that she would be assassinated by terrorists.

The nominee [Photo]

Federal Appeals Court Judge Sonia Sotomayor was named Tuesday as President Barack Obama's choice for the Supreme Court.