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Jimmy Whitt reaches for rebound [Photo]

Kewpie senior guard Jimmy Whitt reaches for a rebound during a game Tuesday. Blue Springs High School South beat Hickman 72-60 in the final game of Whitt's high school career.

Frazier Glenn Cross looks around the courtroom in a 2014 file photo [Photo]

In this April 24, 2014 file photo, Frazier Glenn Cross, who is also known as Frazier Glenn Miller, looks around after being wheeled into court in Olathe, Kansas. The avowed white supremacist accused in the fatal shooting of three people at two Jewish sites in Kansas appeared in court Monday to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to try him. Seventy-four-year-old Miller, of Aurora, Missouri, is charged with capital murder in the attacks outside a Jewish community center and a nearby retirement home on April 13, the eve of Passover. Johnson County prosecutors have announced plans to seek the death penalty.

PHOTO GALLERY: Fourth Ward residents participate in "trash talk" forum [Gallery]

City staff and the Solid Waste Advocacy Group give presentations and field questions Tuesday night about the hotly-contested proposed changes to Columbia's trash collection system.

Richard Shanker fields questions from audience [Photo]

Richard Shanker, a member of Columbia's Solid Waste Advocacy group, fields questions from the audience at a trash forum on Tuesday. Shanker's group opposes the roll cart program.

Columbia residents express opinions at "trash talk" forum [Photo]

Approximately 100 Columbia residents filled all the seats in a training room Tuesday at the Sanford-Kimpton Building, voicing their opinions on the proposed and contested roll cart trash collection system.

Wendy Hofmann tests roll cart [Photo]

Wendy Hofmann, a Columbia resident, tests a roll cart Tuesday at an open forum. The city provided attendees with roll carts of three available sizes in order to show what dimension of carts would be available if the system were implemented.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman girls defeat Blue Springs to advance to district championship [Gallery]

The Hickman High School girls basketball team defeated Blue Springs High School 50-27 Tuesday. The Kewpies will play cross-town rival Rock Bridge High School at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Class 5, District 9 tournament championship.

Lysinger attempts to pass [Photo]

Blue Springs High School senior Haley Lysinger attempts to make a pass around Hickman High School junior Kelsey Mirts on Tuesday at Blue Springs High School in Blue Springs, Missouri.

PHOTO GALLERY: Mural unveiling at the State Historical Society [Gallery]

Lee Expressive Arts Elementary School's fifth-grade class spent six months working on a collaborative mural that represented the history of Boone County. The mural was unveiled on Tuesday at the State Historical Society of Missouri, 1020 Lowry St.

Students take selfie in front of mural [Photo]

Devin Hall, left, 10, Ellie Bacon, center, 11, and Keya Beamer, right, 10, take a selfie in front of a mural they helped create on Tuesday at the State Historical Society of Missouri. The mural will be displayed at the historical society until April 25.

Mirts reacts to foul [Photo]

Hickman High School head coach Tonya Mirts reacts to a Hickman foul Tuesday at Blue Springs High School in Blue Springs, Missouri.

White attempts a shot [Photo]

Hickman High School sophomore center Ny'jah White attempts a shot during the Tuesday district playoff game at Blue Springs High School in Blue Springs, Missouri. Hickman beat Blue Springs 50-27.

Joan Stack speaks at mural unveiling [Photo]

Curator of Art Collections Joan Stack speaks to the Lee Expressive Arts Elementary School fifth-grade class on Tuesday at the State Historical Society of Missouri. The class created a mural representing the history of Boone County and presented it that evening.

Children look at class mural [Photo]

Children admire the mural created by a fifth-grade class on Tuesday at the State Historical Society of Missouri. Lee Expressive Arts Elementary School students made the mural for the historical society to represent the history of Boone County.

B Love Self looks at mural [Photo]

B Love Self, 11, admires her work on the mural on Tuesday at the State Historical Society of Missouri. The Lee Expressive Arts Elementary School fifth-grade class worked on the mural for six months before presenting it Tuesday. Self helped create the steamboat and painted the trees in the mural.

PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge seniors lead Bruins to a blowout victory [Gallery]

Rock Bridge High School girls basketball team beat Blue Springs South High School 72-45 on Tuesday at Blue Springs South High School. The scoring was led by Bruins senior forward Cierra Porter, who scored 25 points by the end of the game.

Rock Bridge senior forward Cierra Porter goes for a layup [Photo]

Rock Bridge High School Bruins senior forward Cierra Porter, No. 21, goes for a layup Tuesday at Blue Springs High School, in Blue Springs, Missouri. Porter led the Bruins scoring with 25 points.

Rock Bridge senior forward tries to shoot a field goal [Photo]

Rock Bridge High School Bruins senior forward Cierra Porter, No. 21, attempts a field goal Tuesday at Blue Springs High School, in Blue Springs, Missouri. Rock Bridge beat Blue Springs South 72-45.

Rock Bridge senior guard attempts a layup at Blue Springs High School [Photo]

Rock Bridge High School Bruins senior guard Sophie Cunningham, No. 3, attempts a layup Tuesday at Blue Springs High School, in Blue Springs, Missouri. Cunningham finished the game with 17 points.

PHOTO GALLERY: 31 dogs escape house fire, end up at local shelter [Gallery]

Two cats, 19 adult dogs and 12 puppies were dropped off at the Central Missouri Humane Society on Saturday after they escaped a house fire with their owners.
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