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PHOTO GALLERY: Artists sell their goods at Art in the Park festival

Artists Kris and Al Clement were selling things from wine goblets to tea pots to knitting bowls at their booth, Clement Clayworks, as part of the Art in the Park festival on Sunday at Stephens Lake Park. They throw 12 tons of clay a year to make enough pieces to sell at the 30 or so art shows they attend throughout the year around the country. Children who visited the "Young Collectors Tent" were allowed to chose a small piece of art and then meet the artist who made it.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dancers present 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'

The Missouri Contemporary Ballet is rolling out a contemporary interpretation of the classic story "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." The final performance takes place at 2 p.m. Sunday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Fans, competitors bring powerlifting to MU

Competitors such as Justin Goolsby traveled to MU Recreation Center to compete in the powerlifting event on Saturday for the Special Olympics Missouri State Summer Games. For Goolsby, being a powerlifter in Special Olympics means he gets to compete in front of friends and family, and he has a way to fill his day. "It gives me something to do, keeps me out of trouble, gives me a chance to travel," he said. "It's just beautiful."

PHOTO GALLERY: Artists, shoppers flock to 55th annual Art in the Park

The 55th annual Art in the Park was held Saturday at Stephens Lake Park. Some attendees were able to create their own projects and take them home. The show continues from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Animals blessed at horse show

Animals such as Lindsey Williamson's American Saddlebred horse, Rusty, and Jane Gaines' Jack Russell Terrier, MacKenzie, were blessed by church leaders during the Calvary Episcopal Charity Horse Show on Saturday at the Boone County Fairgrounds.

PHOTO GALLERY: Special Olympics Missouri State Summer Games opening ceremony

Special Olympics Missouri held the opening ceremony of its annual State Summer Games on Friday night at the MU Student Recreation Complex.

PHOTO GALLERY: Special Olympics Missouri State Summer Games volleyball

Participants competed in volleyball for the Special Olympics Missouri State Summer Games. Greene County Sheriff's Department deputies awarded medals to the players.

PHOTO GALLERY: Fitness club deals with flooding

Employees of Wilson's Fitness Center cleaned up after flooding Friday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Boat Rescue on Northland Drive

The Columbia Fire Department rescued a woman from her house near Northland Drive and Argyle Road on Friday morning after being trapped by flood waters. Her name was not available.

PHOTO GALLERY: Flooding around Columbia

Heavy rain brought flooding to Columbia and Boone County on Friday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Calvary Episcopal Charity Horse Show at Boone County fairgrounds

Riders competed in the Calvary Episcopal Charity Horse Show on Thursday at the Boone County fairgrounds. The individual event championships will take place Saturday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Claire McCaskill hosts discussion about legislation affecting students

Sen. Claire McCaskill met with students as she hosted a discussion on new student loan legislation Thursday at the MU Student Center.

PHOTO GALLERY: Judy Harris enjoys training standard poodles and other dogs

Judy Harris enjoys training her own standard poodles, as well as dogs from other owners, for American Kennel Club competitions.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hughes family lives in the Hubbell Home at Coyote Hill

Tim and Kristi Hughes try to help neglected children at Coyote Hill Christian Children's Home in Harrisburg.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman students enjoy Harry Potter-themed carnival

Hickman High School hosted the second annual Hogsmeade Carnival on Wednesday. Visitors experienced Harry Potter-themed activities that included playing quidditch, tossing gnomes and using tokens called "Galleons."

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri residents struggle to get dental care

Missouri residents of all ages who are uninsured or underinsured are struggling to get dental care. Free clinics at schools and other locations have been providing some relief for those in need of care.

PHOTO GALLERY: Tornado in Moore, Okla., leaves residents with miles of debris

The tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla., May 20 left enough debris to stack a mile high. Residents must clean up the rubble before they can start to rebuild.

PHOTO GALLERY: Mike Trial displays family photographs, journals

Mike Trial began collecting photos and journals about two years ago for his book that came out in April. Being the only family member alive, Trial wanted to record his family's stories and history. "Writing the book was a lot of work but I am glad I did it," Trial said.

PHOTO GALLERY: Americans honor veterans for Memorial Day

Americans travel to museums, parks and parades to pay tribute to veterans for Memorial Day, Monday. In Macon, Ga., a Vietnam veteran presented a wreath at the town's parade. A New York man remembered his neighbor who was killed in the Vietnam War. High school ROTC color guard members celebrated their Memorial Day in the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. And in Boston, flags surrounded the Boston Common signifying every fallen service member from Massachusetts.

PHOTO GALLERY: President, mayor view destruction from EF5 tornado

President Barack Obama and Moore, Okla., Mayor Glenn Lewis survey the damage caused by an EF5 tornado that destroyed Plaza Towers elementary school, where seven children were killed last week. This is the second time in 14 years that an EF5 tornado has hit Moore.
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