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Tommy Hutchinson and Brandon Wright-Hyler died on Highway 63 when their car was hit by a tractor-trailer in June 2003.

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Andrew Hutchinson holds a frame containing photos and news articles of his brother Tommy, who died in a car crash on Highway 63 in 2003.

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Andrew Hutchinson holds a frame containing photos and news articles of his brother Tommy, who died in a car crash on Highway 63 in 2003.

In memory of teenagers lost to car accidents [Photo]

Marty Siddall sits on the bench he and his family dedicated to his daughter, Paige, who died on Nov. 1, 2006. “She always wanted to do the right thing,” Siddall said.

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A quilt made of Tommy Hutchinson’s T-shirts is displayed on a wall in his family’s home. Tommy was 17 when he died, leaving behind two younger brothers.

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Adam Popejoy was an honors student who loved soccer and was active with his church.

Missouri senator takes aim at Kansas Jayhawk [Photo]

The University of Kansas mascot

Columbia Housing Authority opens residential minimarts [Photo]

Gamal Dirar checks the cash register Thursday afternoon shortly before starting his shift at the Bear Creek Minimart.

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Gamal Kirar pulls up the blinds Thursday afternoon shortly before starting his shift at the Bear Creek Minimart.

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Leo Lyons' personality on the court is very different from his off-court persona.

MU women’s basketball team up against tough competition [Photo]

MU freshman Shakara Jones goes up for a basket during the game against University of Missouri-Kansas City in December 2007.

Lyons loosens up around teammates on MU men’s basketball team [Photo]

Leo Lyons, center, talks with teammates Jason Horton, left and DeMarre Carroll during a recent game.

Q&A with ESPN’s John Anderson [Photo]

John Anderson

Rock Da Mic showcases student talent [Photo]

Angela Robnett, 16, performs during "Rock da Mic" at Hickman High School on Thursday night. "I sang the song I knew I could sing the best," Robnett said. The competition was open to Rock Bridge, Hickman and Douglass high school students

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U.N.I.Q. performs at Rock da Mic at Hickman High School on Thursday night.

Hitting the books again [Photo]

Stephanie Nieman, 18, left, and Kaitlyn Billingsley, 19, center, look for their textbooks at the Bookshelf Wednesday. Mark Lovelace, right, manager of the bookstore, helps Billingsley find the books she needs for her classes.

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Sydney Falkner, 20, is reading up for her developmental psychology class in Hugh Stephens Library Wednesday. Falkner, a senior psychology major, said she was glad to be back. "I'm already doing good because I've got stuff done," she said while she began working on her homework for this Friday.

Library hosts Dance Dance Revolution events [Photo]

Jade Stockwell, right, 12 years old, celebrates after winning a round of Dance Dance Revolution against his twin brother Jessie on Wednesday evening at the Columbia Public Library. After going to such events Jade persuaded his father to buy the game a few days ago. Since then Jade has been playing it for 12 hours a day. He confessed his feet hurt but he can't stop. "I think it's a really fun game and I think everybody will love it," Jade said between two rounds.

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The Stockwell brothers are home-schooled and their parents bought the game for their physical education classes.

Five downtown businesses to open [Photo]

The building in which The Coliseum restaurant has functioned until recently is currently being remodelled. Shiloh, the bar located at the intersection of 6th Street with Elm Street will move in the space that's being remodelled. The building is located at the corner of 4th and Broadway in downtown Columbia.
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