December 4, 2013
Jordan Reeves was born without the lower part of her left arm. Her mother, Jen Reeves, started the Born Just Right website after her daughter was born to advocate limb differences and to share Jordan's experiences.
December 3, 2013
MU students lined up at the MSA/GPC Box Office early Tuesday morning to purchase Tiger's Lair ticket packages for the Missouri-Auburn Southeastern Conference Championship game in Atlanta. Each $150 package contained a game ticket, bus transportation and one night in a hotel.
John Robinson, a former state tourism director, has written two books about his travels across Missouri.
December 2, 2013
Mizzou Animal Cancer Care facility treats dogs with cancer.
Ben McCullough went trout fishing Monday at Cosmo-Bethel Park.
Students at Parkade Elementary are learning about social media through classroom Twitter accounts and a school account. The tweeting engages students and also informs parents about what is happening during the school day.
December 1, 2013
Fish biologist Jeff Finley works with MU students to help teach fish and river conservation. He uses special tools he helped create to catch fish, especially pallid sturgeon, so he can study them.
November 30, 2013
Missouri plays Texas A&M on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in its final football game of the regular season.
Phillip Simpkins and Edwin Davis host a radio show on KCOU/88.1. As "Deacon Do Right" and "Bishop Biscuits," Simpkins and Davis deliver humorous sermons about all aspects of college life.
Missouri football fans tailgated all around Columbia in preparation for the Tigers game against the Texas A&M Aggies
Trinity Reese, 47, founder of Fusion Pathways, has a mission to help women improve their health. She organizes exercise outings as part of her efforts to promote healthier living, especially among black women in Columbia.
November 29, 2013
The Rock Bridge Bruins faced the Blue Springs Wildcats in the 2013 Class 6 Show-Me Bowl state championship on Friday, Nov. 29, 2013 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.
Fans cheered on the Rock Bridge Bruins football team before it headed to St. Louis Friday for a state championship title game.
November 28, 2013
More than 200 people volunteer with Almeta Crayton's Everyone Eats on Thursday, helping set up, cook, serve and clean up after the meal.
David Wallace has an assortment of rusty valves, a mouthpiece and assorted brass parts that he uses to repair instruments in his garage. Wallace said he delights in making them playable again.
Gordon Craig has a sports card collection that numbers more than 600,000. He has a permanent display of antique cards at Itchy's Flea Market. He prefers to collect baseball cards. "It's an expression of love for baseball," Craig said.
BJ Cunningham collects and refurbishes vintage pinball machines and arcade games. He converted his Centralia garage into an arcade and workshop.
Cheryl Dake has acquired at least 17 separate collections of knickknacks and vintage clothing.
Eugene Prince of Columbia has been collecting glass bottles of various shapes, sizes and colors since 1970.
Tim Sullivan, whose collectibles include "Pirates of the Caribbean" memorabilia and G.I. Joe and Star Wars action figures, sells the toys at Midway Antique Mall.