January 14, 2010
Cindy Terasme screams after seeing the feet of her dead 14-year-old brother Jean Gaelle Dersmorne in the rubble of the collapsed St. Gerard School in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Thursday. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Haiti on Tuesday.
A man empties out the refrigerator of his collapsed home in Port-au-Prince on Thursday. A powerful earthquake hit Haiti on Tuesday, leaving thousands dead and many displaced.
Missouri's Michael Dixon Jr. tries to drive past Kansas State's Martavious Irving. Dixon committed a costly mistake against Texas Tech but redeemed himself with two free throws in overtime.
Company spokesman Bob Fesmire speaks to the media as employees arrive for work at ABB Inc. on Thursday, one week after a disgruntled employee shot and killed three co-workers and injured five others before turning the gun on himself at the plant in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
Members of the Chinese Performing Arts Group performed a traditional dance at the 2010 Columbia Values Diversity Celebration on Thursday morning.
Mayor Darwin Hindman congratulates 2010 Columbia Values Diversity Award winners Bill and Dolores Clark at the conclusion of the annual diversity celebration on Thursday morning.
Director Eduardo Crespi of Centro Latino, the 2010 Columbia Values Diversity Award group winner, speaks with members of the Holiday Inn staff who worked at the annual diversity event on Thursday morning.
Columbia Mayor Darwin Hindman presents the Columbia Values Diversity Awards at the annual celebration to the 2010 winners, Centro Latino, represented by director Eduardo Crespi, and Bill and Dolores Clark.
Attendees at the 2010 Columbia Values Diversity Celebration enjoy breakfast set to the music of the Swampweed Cajun Trio on Thursday morning. The event is part of a series of events surrounding Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday.
Kathleen Alexander interprets a song performed by Evann Jones during the 2010 Columbia Values Diversity Celebration on Thursday morning.
Injured people are attended to outside the Villa Creole Hotel the day after an earthquake hit Port-au-Prince, Haiti. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Haiti on Tuesday.
Homes affected by an earthquake are seen in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Wednesday. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Haiti on Tuesday.
People sit at a park a day after the destructive earthquake in downtown Port-au-Prince on Wednesday. The 7.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday flattened the president's palace, the cathedral, hospitals, schools, the main prison and whole neighborhoods.
People search for survivors under the rubble of a collapsed building the day after an earthquake hit Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Wednesday. The 7.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday flattened the president's palace, the cathedral, hospitals, schools, the main prison and whole neighborhoods.
January 13, 2010
Missouri's Zaire Taylor, left, drives past Texas Tech's Brad Reese in the Tigers' 94-89 overtime victory Wednesday night in Lubbock, Texas.
Missouri's Christine Flores watches the court during Wednesday's 65-50 loss against Kansas State.
Missouri's Marissa Scott, left, and RaeShara Brown defend against Taelor Karr of Kansas State during the Tigers' 65-50 loss to the Wildcats on Wednesday evening at Mizzou Arena.
Lt. Keith Dothage of the Columbia Fire Department zips up a Mustang Survival suit before entering the water as part of an ice rescue training exercise on Wednesday afternoon. The suit not only provides insulation from frigid waters, but also gives the firefighter neutral buoyancy in the water.
Columbia firefighters Lester Shewmake, left, and Jim Pasley, right are pulled out of the water by fellow firefighters during an ice rescue training exercise outside of Bass Pro Shops on Wednesday afternoon. The firefighters took turns acting as both the victim and the rescuer during the exercise.
Lt. Klifton Bullard, center, of the Columbia Fire Department instructs other firefighters on the techniques they will use during an ice rescue training exercise outside of Bass Pro Shop on Wednesday afternoon. The warmer temperatures that followed the bitter cold last week afforded the firefighters perfect conditions to conduct ice rescue training for the first time in more than two years.