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Hahn celebrates [Photo]

James Hahn celebrates the birdie putt that gave him a one-stroke victory on the 14th green, the third playoff hole, in the final round of the Northern Trust Open tournament Sunday at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles.

Florida forward Dorian Finney-Smith celebrates with Jon Horford [Photo]

Florida forward Dorian Finney-Smith (10) celebrates with forward Jon Horford (21) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Arkansas at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center, Saturday, Jan. 31, in Gainesville, Florida.

INTERACTIVE: Elementary and secondary suspension in Missouri by race [Interactive graphic]

The UCLA Civil Rights Project's Center for Civil Remedies provided data that shows Missouri schools suspended black students at a higher rate during the 2011-12 school year.

INTERACTIVE: Homicide rate drops in Kansas City, jumps in St. Louis [Interactive graphic]

The Kansas City No Violence Alliance (NoVA) cracked down on violent crime in 2014, and the city recorded its lowest end-of-year homicide total since 1972, according to the Kansas City Police Department. St. Louis officials saw nearly 40 more homicides in 2014 than 2013 and will travel to Kansas City this week to study NoVA and other anti-violence initiatives.

GRAPHIC: Missouri Title Loans robbed [Graphic]

Two suspects robbed Missouri Title Loans, located at 614 Business Loop 70 W., at 10:45 a.m. Monday.

INTERACTIVE: Missouri exports hit $14 billion [Interactive graphic]

Missouri exported more than $14 billion in goods in 2014. This is up 9 percent from 2013 and matches 2011 as the highest year on record.

Lyles, Kentucky still No. 1 [Photo]

Kentucky's Trey Lyles dunks while defended by Auburn's Jordon Granger during Saturday's game in Lexington, Kentucky.

Walt Disney Room has changed little since 1952 [Photo]

The Walt Disney Room, located on the second floor of the Memorial Union, has changed little since 1952. Although the room gets rented by students and groups, the rooms on the second floor of the north wing are not as popular as those on the south wing of the building because of its outdated appearance and electronics.

Women's restroom outdated in Memorial Union [Photo]

The women's restroom located on the second floor of Memorial Union North is outdated, and its renovation is included in a proposal to upgrade the north side of the building.

Second floor of Memorial Union North needs renovation [Photo]

The wood paneling and outdated colors of the second floor of Memorial Union North stand in stark contrast to the rest of the building which has undergone renovations.

First floor of Memorial Union North has functional rooms [Photo]

The first floor of Memorial Union North, which includes renovated rooms such as Stotler Lounge, provides valuable space that's functional. A report from PKF Consulting outlines major renovations that are needed at Memorial Union.

PHOTO GALLERY: Renovations proposed for Memorial Union North [Gallery]

A proposal to remodel Memorial Union North would include changes to the second floor of the building and add a third floor that would hold a 10,000 square foot ballroom.

Finney-Smith out at Missouri [Photo]

Florida forward Dorian Finney-Smith, No. 10, celebrates during the second half of a game against Arkansas in January.

Michael Brune [File Image]

Michael Brune

'Birdman' cast accepts Oscar [Photo]

Alejandro G. Inarritu, center, and the cast and crew of “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” accept the award for the best picture at the Oscars on Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.

FROM READERS: Local hurling player hopes to introduce the sport to Columbia [Photo]

Joshua Crabtree, left, competes against a Hampton Roads Hurling Club player during a hurling tournament in Columbia, South Carolina.

PHOTO GALLERY: Music abounds at 2015 Gospel Explosion & Soul Food Dinner [Gallery]

Numerous musicians were on hand to help celebrate black culture at the 2015 Gospel Explosion & Soul Food Dinner Musical Celebration on Sunday at St. Luke United Methodist Church. Bill Thompson hosted and presented a brief history of the black community in Columbia.

Bill Thompson plays the piano [Photo]

Bill Thompson plays the piano during the annual Gospel Explosion & Soul Food Dinner Musical Celebration on Sunday at St. Luke United Methodist Church. Thompson also presented a brief history of the black community in Columbia.

Robert Wilson performs an original song [Photo]

Robert Wilson performs an original song during the annual Gospel Explosion & Soul Food Dinner Musical Celebration on Sunday at St. Luke United Methodist Church. Wilson has been performing at the celebration for 11 years.

Deloris and John Hill perform gospel at St. Luke [Photo]

Deloris Hill, left, and her husband John Hill perform during the annual Gospel Explosion & Soul Food Dinner Musical Celebration on Sunday at St. Luke United Methodist Church. The two have been members of the church for more than 30 years.
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