November 27, 2013
The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri distributed more than 90 million pounds of food in Missouri last year from five regional centers. Nearly 6.5 million pounds of that food went to families in Boone County. Volunteers from the Ashland Baptist Church help distribute food to more than 100 families at a food truck pantry. A similar scene plays out at nine rural locations throughout central and northeast Missouri every month.
November 26, 2013
The Tigers beat the Kangaroos 78-69 in a night with career highs for point guard Lianna Doty.
Dennis and Linda Messimer spent 38 years as international missionaries. Now, they work with international students at MU's Christian Campus House.
November 25, 2013
Missouri defeats IUPUI 78-64 on Monday.
Tyler McCutchen, 16, has performed in 13 shows since he was in seventh grade. McCutchen says he hopes to perform in 20 before he graduates. "I just love the stage," McCutchen said. "I love the lights and seeing people in the audience and being up there in front of everyone just makes me feel … . It’s not even adrenaline because I don’t feel that. I just feel like it’s where I want to be because it makes me the happiest.”
Sid Brown paints wildlife scenes on stones. He has the stones on display at McAdams Ltd and Tucker's Custom Made Jewelry, but he isn't selling them. He learned to paint on rocks from a library book and uses photographs to inspire his paintings.
November 24, 2013
Spectators gathered on Broadway to watch the Columbia Jaycees annual holiday parade on Sunday. The theme was "Giving Back for the Holidays."
John Bush, 58, has been picking up trash along Garth Avenue between Broadway and Business Loop 70 East for the past two to three years. He uses a screw at the end of a bamboo stick to pick up the trash. "I just like a clean town," Bush says.
November 23, 2013
The Tigers beat the Runnin' Bulldogs 72-63 at Mizzou Arena on Saturday.
Reserving tailgating spots on Ole Miss Campus calls for stand-ins.
The Missouri Tigers football team plays Ole Miss on Saturday in Oxford, Miss.
November 22, 2013
From corner to corner, Oxford, Miss., is rich with history and tradition, deeply rooted in football. Missouri fans take time to experience the local culture Friday before Saturday's showdown with Ole Miss.
The Missouri volleyball team clinched the SEC title Friday after defeating Mississippi State. The Tigers remain undefeated at 32-0. They played Friday in front of a record crowd of 7,789 and will take home the first SEC championship for a Missouri team. The Bulldogs were defeated in three sets, 25-19, 25-16, 25-17.
Friday marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. File photos from The Associated Press commemorate his death and capture reactions from the mourning public.
November 21, 2013
Missouri women's basketball took on Southeast Missouri State on Thursday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri outscored Southeast Missouri State in the second half to earn a 62-57 win.
Hickman's men's basketball players begin their first week of practice before the season. Players on the team are determined to outdo last season's 27-3 record.
Rock Bridge High School students dined on barbecue chicken and pulled pork sandwiches Thursday as part of Columbia Public School's new food trailer program. The trailer, which will visit other high schools in the district, is intended to offer more food options and to reduce crowding in the high schools' cafeterias.
The Boone County Cyber Crimes Task Force is fighting an increasing number of child pornography cases. Detective Andy Anderson coordinates the Cyber Crimes Unit Task Force. Anderson began investigating Internet crimes in 1999 before joining the Cyber Crimes Unit task force started in 2007. The unit serves seven counties in mid-Missouri. Anderson estimates that everyone in the unit has looked at thousands of pictures of abused children as part of their work.
November 19, 2013
The Columbia chapter of Missourians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty organized a protest at Boone County Courthouse on Tuesday. The group protested the execution of serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin, who was granted a stay of execution Tuesday night because of a pending lawsuit challenging Missouri's execution law.
The Boone County Fire Protection District responded to a fire in rural Boone County on Tuesday. The home was a total loss.