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Stretches wait to be eaten.

Rock Bridge girls’ basketball team celebrates state championship [Photo]

Clockwise from left: Andrea Seabaugh, Amaya Williams, M.E. Kanago, Katherine Harry, Kelsey Eckenrode, Lauren Kelly and Claire Schaeperkoetter pose for photos with their trophy at the pep rally.

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M.E. Kanago cuts down the net in the Rock Bridge High School gym during a pep rally celebrating the Bruins' basketball state championship on Friday afternoon.

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The Rock Bridge girls' basketball team is surrounded by cheering fans and hurtling streamers as the school celebrates their basketball state championship at a pep rally on Friday.

MU Softball extends win streak to 16 [Photo]

Missouri pitcher Stacy Delaney winds up during the opening innings of the Tigers' game against the Wisconsin Badgers on Friday afternoon at University Field.

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The Missouri softball team congratulates Amanda Renth after she hit a two-run home run in the first inning of the Tigers' game against the Wisconsin Badgers on Friday afternoon at University Field.

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Missouri infielder Abby Vock prepares to slide into second base during the Tigers' game against the Wisconsin Badgers on Friday afternoon at University Field.

Crow dominates Rocket hitters; Missouri baseball team shuts out Toledo [Photo]

Missouri pitcher Aaron Crow delivers during the first inning of the Tigers' game against the Toledo Rockets on Friday afternoon at Taylor Stadium. Crow struck out 15 batters in the complete-game shut out.

Megabus comes to town [Slideshow]

Megabus made its first stop in Columbia on Thursday. Passengers handed their luggage to the driver and entered the 78-seat double-decker bus, ready to head to St. Louis and Chicago.

Tigers have one last chance to dance [Photo]

Mike Anderson was an assistant coach on the 2000 Arkansas Razorbacks team that went 16-15, but snuck into the NCAA tournament after winning the SEC Championship.

Fire Department holds search-and-rescue training at former City Hall annex [Photo]

Columbia Fire Department recruits scramble to put their equipment on during a timed drill Wednesday. The drill was done outside of the old City Hall annex, which is scheduled for demolition. From left are Jeff Hudson, Ryan Russell and Jim Pasley. The Fire Department’s Basic Recruit School has plans for additional training sessions at the annex.

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Recruit firefighters, from left, Ryan Russell, Ryan Carrender and Jim Pasley run a search and rescue drill with their visors covered in plastic wrap, simulating the inability to see during an actual fire.

MU gymnasts friends first [Photo]

Liz Straatmann, left, and Sarah Shire encouraged one another to fight through injuries during their senior year at Archbishop O’Hara High School. Shire went on to compete at Utah but returned to Missouri to join Straatmann as teammates on the MU gymnastics team this season.

Evangelicals in the city [Photo]

Elizabeth Schutz and Kelly Gebert Jr. at the Empire State Building, where the evangelical King’s College serves 220 undergraduates on a three-floor campus. Moving to the iconic heart of the bluest city in the country was precisely the point for the overseers of King’s.

Music critic describes life wth Asperger's syndrome [Photo]

Truck turns over, stopping traffic at I-70 and U.S. 63 [Photo]

Columbia firefighters work to plug a fuel leak on one of the saddle tanks on the trailer. From left to right, Chris Sharp, Lt. Bruce Britt and engineer Justin Collins.

School Board's Rose recovering [Photo]

Tom Rose

MU women's tennis assistant coach brings contagious humor and positivity to team [Photo]

MU women's tennis assistant coach Blake Edwards jokes around with Kaitlyn Ritchie before tennis practice. Some of the girls on the team call Edwards "Eddie" for short, because he shares his name with head coach Blake Starkey.

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The Missouri Theatre, including its acoustic dome, built in 1928, is currently undergoing extended renovation and is expected to be reopened during the second half of this year.

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This is what remains of the annual Egg Catapult contest, part of MU's Engineers' Week that started Monday. Six teams competed to build an egg launcher to hit a frying pan target 60 feet away.
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