October 29, 2012
The Missouri women's basketball team practices Monday on Mizzou Arena's practice court before the team's game Tuesday.
States and cities along the Eastern Seaboard began to see the effects of incoming Hurricane Sandy on Monday and throughout the weekend, including a turbulent sea, heavy wind, and flooding.
The first fall frost of the year for the Columbia area was recorded at Sanborn Field on Oct. 27.
Residents along the East Coast began bracing for the brunt of Hurricane Sandy.
Ragtag Cinema is in the process of switching its projectors from the old analog version to newer digital.
October 28, 2012
Randy Huenefeld says chiropractic treatment can give horses a greater range of motion and comfort and improve their mood.
Republican Caleb Rowden is running for the Missouri House of Representatives' 44th District seat.
MU Vice Provost Ann Korschgen's farm has bees, hens and a vegetable garden.
Democrat Ken Jacob is running for the Missouri House of Representatives' 44th District seat against Caleb Rowden.
Rural and urban communities form Missouri's new 44th House District, which includes northeast Columbia, Hallsville, Sturgeon, Clark and Centralia.
October 27, 2012
Step teams perform at the National Pan-Hellenic Step Show on Saturday.
October 26, 2012
MU fraternities and sororities partnered together to work on MU Homecoming decorations on Friday. They decorated their Greek houses with various themes including Old West, rock 'n' roll and Jurassic era.
Ann Hawkins Gentry Middle School science teacher Dean Klempke keeps his promise to his students to shave his head for collecting 2,700 peanut butter jars for the Buddy Pack Program for the Food Bank. The program collects food for children during weekends and holiday breaks when schools don't provide meals.
Ninth-grade students at Oakland Junior High School held a political convention Thursday. In groups, students prepared displays with information about candidates' backgrounds and political positions.
Fraternity members prepared house decorations Thursday for MU's 2012 Homecoming celebration.
MU students in Greek organizations painted on windows of downtown businesses Thursday for the Decorate The District contest.
Mary Still, who is running for the 19th District Senate seat, knows she's facing an uphill battle against incumbent Kurt Schaefer.
Hickman offensive tackle Jon Jennings, known by his team as "Big Jon" for his 6-foot-8-inch, 400-pound frame, had previously quit the football team, but this year he has stuck with it with the support of his teammates.
State Sen. Kurt Schaefer is seeking re-election to his 19th District seat in a race against Democratic state Rep. Mary Still.