March 31, 2015
Redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Nate Crawford, center, watches his teammates practice Tuesday with the Missouri football team.
Redshirt sophomore offensive linemen Nate Crawford, left, and Clay Rhodes, right, practice footwork Tuesday with the Missouri football team.
Redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Clay Rhodes runs drills Tuesday during Missouri football practice.
Columbia College player Samantha Davis stays safe on third base while waiting for an opportunity to run home. Columbia played Stephens College at Antimi Softball Complex in Columbia on Tuesday. Columbia College defeated Stephens College in both games of a doubleheader.
Columbia College catcher Brittiany Tjarks attempts to hit the ball during a softball game against Stephens College at Antimi Softball Complex in Columbia on Tuesday.
Columbia College pitcher Tiffany Urwiler shouts chants with her teammates during a softball game against Stephens College at Antimi Softball Complex in Columbia on Tuesday.
Columbia College Pitcher Paxton Welch throws to a batter during a game against Stephens College at Antimi Softball Complex in Columbia on Tuesday.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie calls on an audience member to ask a question during a town hall meeting March 24 at the Hanover Township Community Center in Whippany, New Jersey. Christie’s move to privatize the state’s lottery’s operations has made the system more inefficient and costly — all while financially benefiting lobbyists and public relations firms close to the governor, The Associated Press has found.
Members of the media ask Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch questions Tuesday after his speech at MU's Hulston Hall. McCulloch, the St. Louis County prosecutor, discussed the events that happened August 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri.
Yasmin Younis demonstrates Tuesday outside MU's Hulston Hall. The student chapter of the Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys invited St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch to campus as a way to continue discussions about Ferguson, Missouri, and race.
Joan Wilcox, left, and Nestor Mackno protest St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch's speech Tuesday at MU's Hulston Hall. McCulloch was involved in the Ferguson, Missouri, investigation of 18-year-old Michael Brown's death and was invited to the MU by the student chapter of the Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys.
Joan Wilcox protests St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch's speech Tuesday at MU's Hulston Hall. Wilcox has worked with organizations such as Grass Roots Organizing and Missourians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty.
From left, MU student Ryan Nely, St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch and MU Law School Dean Gary Myers speak to members of the media after McCulloch's speech Tuesday at MU's Hulston Hall. Nely, co-founder and president of the student chapter of Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, helped organize the event.
Sixth Ward Columbia City Council Candidate Betsy Peters, left, answers a question Tuesday evening during a public forum organized by the NAACP at the Second Missionary Baptist Church. About 40 people attended to listen to the council candidates, Columbia School Board and Boone Hospital Board of Trustees answered questions.
McDonald's All-American guard Sophie Cunningham gives her sister Lindsey Cunningham a high-five after a Tuesday practice at the West Multi-Plex in Chicago. Sophie said she admires Lindsey's work ethic and wishes Lindsey received more attention for her accomplishments.
Supporters of opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari celebrate an anticipated win for their candidate Tuesday in Kano, Nigeria. Nigeria's aviation minister said President Goodluck Jonathan has called challenger Muhammadu Buhari to concede and congratulate him on his electoral victory.
After a Tuesday morning practice, McDonald's All-American guard Sophie Cunningham chats with sister Lindsey Cunningham, center, and Rock Bridge High School coach Jill Nagel at the West Multi-Plex in Chicago. Sophie looks to her sister, who plays for the Missouri women's basketball team, as a role model and will be joining her sister when she enters college as a Tiger next season.
The sale of the Sunset Mobile Home Park was announced Tuesday. The trailer park was annexed within Columbia city limits in 2007. At that time, owner Ron Netemeyer said he was not planning on selling the park.
Natasha Parham holds a closure notice Tuesday at Sunset Mobile Home Park. Parham said she found the letter on her trailer's door yesterday.
A trailer's for sale sign still hangs Tuesday beneath Sunset Mobile Home Park's entrance sign. Residents said the management did not know about the closure until Monday, the same day the park's residents found out.