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Former MU wrestler Nick Marable adjusts to coaching

Nicholas Marable, assistant strength and conditioning coach for Missouri wrestling, works with the 165-174 weight class giving individual instructions. Marable is in his first season coaching after wrestling for the Tigers last season.

Wright looks on

Johnny Wright looks on as the testimony of Harry Moore is conducted on Thursday at the 13th Circuit Court for Boone County.

Visions from the past as film shown in Wright trial

The public watches the video recording of Harry Moore's interrogation in 1985, conducted by Detective Chris Egbert on Thursday. Moore told Egbert that Johnny Wright showed him the body of Becky Doisy in the back of Wright's car in 1976.

Rock Bridge's boys basketball player Manuale Watkins versus Hickman

Rock Bridge sophomore Manuale Watkins drives for a layup against Hickman on Dec. 16. Watkins, who tied for a team-leading 14 points in that game, and the Bruins face the Kewpies again on Friday.

Missouri gymnast Mary Burke

Missouri's Mary Burke enters Saturday's Metroplex Challenge as the top-ranked gymnast in the Big 12. Burke is the reigning conference Gymnast of the Week for the past two weeks.

Nick Schnelle walks downtown

Nick Schnelle walks along Ash Street on an unshoveled sidewalk in a first person experiment to discover the quality of the clean up of sidewalks in Columbia on Monday. From his journey, Schnelle found that walking in Columbia after a snowstorm wasn't as much of an issue as it was just a hassle.

Harry Moore testifies

Harry Moore, Johnny Wright's roommate in 1976, listens to Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Richard Hicks' question during his testimony in the Becky Doisy case on Thursday.

Two surgeons use robots to view in three dimensions

The two surgeons look at a true three-dimensional image as they control the robotic arms of the new dual-console Da Vinci Surgical System that is new at University Hospital. This simulation shows off how doctors are able to perform precision maneuvers allowing for less invasive surgery.

Joe Moseley testifies

Joe Moseley, former Boone County prosecuting attorney, testifies before the court during Johnny Wright's trial for the murder of Becky Doisy on Thursday. Moseley was the prosecuting attorney when Wright's roommate, Harry Moore, came forward with information that Wright showed him the body of Doisy in 1976.

Dr. Jerry Rogers discusses robotic surgery at MU

Dr. Jerry Rogers, chair of the Department of Surgery at MU Health Care, highlights what the new robotic surgical system is able to do, through the control of trained doctors, on Thursday afternoon at the Russell D. and Mary B. Shelden Clinical Simulation Center at the MU School of Medicine.

Johnny Wright listens as proceedings begin

Defendant Johnny Wright, left, listens Wednesday at the Boone County Courthouse as proceedings open in his trial for second-degree murder in the 1976 disappearance of Columbia waitress Becky Doisy.

Defense attorney Cleveland Tyson at Johnny Wright trial

Defense attorney Cleveland Tyson sits at the defense table during retired Columbia Det. Chris Egbert's testimony in the trial of Johnny Wright on Thursday at the Boone County Courthouse. Wright is charged with the August 1976 murder of Columbia waitress Becky Doisy.

Walking through frost

Sandra Knoerr enjoys the crisp morning while walking Maggie, left, and Jed, right, on Thursday at Stephens Lake Park. Columbia residents woke up to hoarfrost covering freezing surfaces.

Ice-coated evergreen

Ice-coated evergreen at the playground near Stephens Lake Park Thursday morning. Leaves and berries on trees around town were outlined in white crystals called hoarfrost.

Hoarfrost on swings

Ice-covered swings at the playground near Stephens Lake Park Thursday morning. Many outdoor surfaces were covered with hoarfrost, which caused the white layer of ice crystals.

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Missouri fights for ball

Missouri's Sydney Crafton fights for possession of the basketball with Kansas' Tania Jackson. Missouri coach Robin Pingeton said she appreciated her team's effort to go after loose balls. "I thought it was contagious,” she said.

Brown drives past Kansas

Missouri's RaeShara Brown drives past Kansas' Diara Moore during Wednesday's game at Mizzou Arena. Brown scored a game-high 22 points.

Bailey Gee looks to make pass

Missouri's Bailey Gee looks to make a pass as Kansas' Angel Goodrich, left, and Keena Mays, back, defend. Gee is a versatile player for the Tigers, but she only played four minutes against the Jayhawks.

Traci Wilson-Kleekamp asks Charles Blow a question during Q&A

During a question and answer period, Traci Wilson-Kleekamp, diversity coordinator for the MU School of Medicine, asks Charles Blow about his thoughts on civic education and President Obama's recent State of the Union Address on Wednesday at Stotler Lounge in Memorial Union. Attendees had an opportunity to ask questions after Blow's lecture.
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