PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri football team plays in annual spring Black & Gold game

The Missouri football team played in its annual Black & Gold game Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Mizzou 1, the starters team, defeated Tigers 2, the reserve team, 21-14 in the annual spring scrimmage.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri baseball falls to Florida, 8-6

The Tigers scored four runs in the first inning but couldn't hold onto their lead, as the Gators roared back and won, 8-6.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman soccer storms past Smith-Cotton

The Hickman soccer team beat Smith-Cotton Friday at Hickman, 5-0.

PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia College softball splits doubleheader against Missouri Baptist University

The Columbia College softball team played a doubleheader against Missouri Baptist University on Friday at American Legion Park. Columbia College lost the first game 6-3 and won the second 13-1.

PHOTO GALLERY: College student wanted in the Boston Marathon bombings taken into custody

A 19-year-old college student wanted in the Boston Marathon bombings was taken into custody Friday evening after a manhunt that left the city virtually paralyzed and his older brother and accomplice dead.

PHOTO GALLERY: MU students were inducted into recognized secret societies during annual Tap Day ceremony

Students attending the annual Tap Day ceremony on Friday at Jesse Hall were inducted into MU's secret societies.

PHOTO GALLERY: Police arrive in Watertown to search for Marathon bombing suspects

Police in tactical gear arrive on an armored police vehicle as they surround an apartment building while looking for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings in Watertown, Mass., Friday, April 19, 2013. The bombs that blew up seconds apart near the finish line of the Boston Marathon left the streets spattered with blood and glass, and gaping questions of who chose to attack and why.

PHOTO GALLERY: Boone County children join running clubs

Children in Boone County have joined the Hallsville Roadrunners, Girls on the Run and other youth running clubs.

PHOTO GALLERY: West, Texas, fertilizer plant explosion

A massive explosion at the West Fertilizer Co. in West, Texas, on Wednesday evening killed as many as 15 people and injured more than 160, officials said.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hail damage means steady business for auto body shop

Business owner Marc LaFerriere said his auto body shop stays busy with dent repairs for months after a major hailstorm. On Thursday, he said his business wrote at least 25 estimates for repairs for damage sustained in Wednesday afternoon's hailstorm.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hospitals experience growth

MU Health Care, Boone Hospital Center and Truman Veterans Hospital have added patient rooms and improved care with the addition of new technology.

PHOTO GALLERY: Ernie's Cafe & Steak House draws crowd of regulars

Ernie's Cafe & Steak House has been a Columbia fixture since 1934. "Ernie’s is solid and consistent," manager Nathan Fuchs said. "That’s the beauty of us not changing. And people like that."

PHOTO GALLERY: Grove Construction works on downtown projects

Grove Construction is working to develop projects around Columbia. Owner Tony Grove, who comes from a family of construction owners, started the company in 2009.

PHOTO GALLERY: Shaw family works to preserve its farm

Jim Shaw has lived on a farm just north of Columbia since he was born, raising cattle on more than 140 acres. He's working to preserve his land from encroaching development.

PHOTO GALLERY: Fertilizer plant explodes in West, Texas

At least 15 people were feared dead and 160 injured in a fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, on Wednesday.

PHOTO GALLERY: CoMo Cares collects necessities for needy children

Sabrina Lambrecht founded the nonprofit CoMo Cares in July to provide children with clothing, diapers and other necessities.

PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia College softball beats Stephens College

The Columbia College softball team won both games of a doubleheader against Stephens College on Wednesday at Legion Park. Columbia College won the first game 8-0 and the second game 9-0.

PHOTO GALLERY: People remember victims of Boston Marathon bombings

The bombs that ripped through the Boston Marathon crowd were fashioned out of ordinary kitchen pressure cookers, packed with nails and other fiendishly lethal shrapnel, and hidden in duffel bags left on the ground, people close to the investigation said Tuesday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia residents share experiences from Boston Marathon

Columbia residents share their personal experiences from the Boston Marathon with photos from before and after the tragedy.

PHOTO GALLERY: Frederick Building under consideration for National Register of Historic Places

The building was originally submitted for consideration to be nominated for the National Register of Historic Places in late October. If it makes the register, the building will qualify for historic preservation tax credits.