PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri tennis pummels in Saturday's matches

The Missouri women won all seven points Saturday against Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. The Tigers, who are now 4-1, did not lose a single set.

PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge swimmer qualifies for state

Rock Bridge High School swimmer Kelley Tackett qualified for each of the 12 statewide events at a meet on Saturday in Columbia. Her teammate Brittany Wen qualified for every event as well.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri loses to Texas A&M

Missouri men's basketball lost its ninth straight game on Saturday, falling to Texas A&M 83-61 at Mizzou Arena.

PHOTO GALLERY: Secret of the Cardboard Rocket

The Columbia Public Schools Planetarium hosted a showing of Secret of the Cardboard Rocket on Saturday. The planetarium is at Rock Bridge High School.

PHOTO GALLERY: Community celebrates black history month

The Peoples' Visioning group hosted speakers and musicians on Saturday during a community-building event and celebration of black history month at the Armory in Columbia

PHOTO GALLERY: Battle Spartans down Falcons 51-26

The Battle Spartans downed the Blair Oaks Falcons 51-26 at Battle High School on Friday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri gymnasts take on Kentucky Wildcats

The Missouri Gymnastics Team competed Friday against the Kentucky Wildcats in four events at Hearnes Center.

PHOTO GALLERY: Bill would expand growler sales

Current legislation restricts the sale of growlers — large glass jugs of draft beer — to breweries such as Broadway Brewery. If passed, Missouri House Bill 279 would expand legal sale of growlers to all retailers licensed to sell liquor.

PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia College women's basketball loses third straight home game

The Columbia College women's basketball team lost its third straight home game. The offense looked flustered in a 75-59 loss to Lindenwood University-Belleville.

PHOTO GALLERY: MU loses to Texas A&M

The Missouri women's basketball team lost to Texas A&M 55-48 loss Thursday night at Mizzou Arena.

PHOTO GALLERY: Mizzou Club Bowling practices

The Mizzou Club Bowling team was formed by Mike Rodgers and Derek Elkin in fall. The team's first tournament is the Trailblazer Classic in Terre Haute, Indiana, on Saturday and Sunday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Report on firefighter's death released

The details about how Columbia firefighter Bruce Britt died are part of a report released Jan. 26 by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, which investigates all firefighter fatalities. The agency conducted interviews and analyzed documents related to the partial collapse of the walkway at the MU-owned University Village apartment complex that killed Britt.

PHOTO GALLERY: Corey Fatony signs with Missouri

Nashville-area punter Corey Fatony has signed to play football for the Missouri Tigers.

PHOTO GALLERY: Community gathers to discuss plastic bags

The city of Columbia hosts a public forum, led by the Environment and Energy Commission, to discuss restricting the usage of single-use plastic bags on Tuesday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Nous Sommes Tous Charlie symposium draws more than 150

Missouri School of Journalism professors and guest speakers discuss the attack on Charlie Hebdo and its implications on journalism and the First Amendment on Tuesday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Pope Francis declares slain Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero a martyr

Pope Francis decrees slain Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero a martyr Tuesday, bringing Romero one step closer to potential sainthood. Romero was gunned down while celebrating Mass on March 24, 1980, in San Salvador.

PHOTO GALLERY: Harper Lee announces second book

Harper Lee, author of "To Kill a Mockingbird," is set to release her second book, "Go Set the Watchman," on July 14.

PHOTO GALLERY: Original Magna Carta manuscripts on display at media preview in London

The four original surviving Magna Carta manuscripts were brought together for the first time ever Monday. The 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta will be marked by a "unification event" Tuesday in the British Library of the four surviving Magna Carta manuscripts that established the foundation of the rule of law.

PHOTO GALLERY: Patriots beat Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX

The Patriots beat the Seahawks 28-24 to win their fourth Super Bowl on Sunday in Glendale, Arizona.

PHOTO GALLERY: Bureau advertises Columbia as great spot for visitors

Columbia's Convention and Visitors Bureau advertises the city through television and billboard ads. Because the bureau is funded solely by a 4 percent lodging tax on the hotels, motels and bed-and-breakfasts in Columbia, it works hard to get tourists to the city for overnight visits.