November 14, 2009
Missouri defenders Kenji Jackson, left, Will Ebner, center, and Jasper Simmons, right, converge on Kansas State wide receiver Brandon Banks in Saturday's Tigers victory.
Senior Missouri wide receiver Danario Alexander runs for a long score after a third-quarter reception Saturday against Kansas State.
Missouri senior Leslie Horn reaches out to senior linebacker Sean Weatherspoon after Missouri defeated Kansas State 38-12 at the Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium in Manhattan, Kan., on Saturday.
Missouri tailback Derrick Washington, a junior, evades Kansas State sophomore defensive back Emmanuel Lamur to score the Tigers' final touchdown Saturday in Manhattan, Kan.
November 13, 2009
Missouri sophomore guard Marcus Denmon drives down the court during the Tigers' game against Northwest Missouri State on Friday night at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri head coach Mike Anderson reacts to a play during the Tigers game against Northwest Missouri State in November at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri senior forward Keith Ramsey fights for the ball with Northwest Missouri State junior forward Elijah Allen on Friday night at Mizzou Arena.
on Friday night at Mizzou Arena.
MU junior Justin Safford, left, and senior Marcus Denmon, right, block Northwest Missouri State's Girod Adams
Missouri senior Marcus Denmon dribbles down court during the second period of Friday night's game against Northwest Missouri State.
Bakur Kvaratskhelia, left, an official facilitator and translator from Georgia, toasts with the group of Georgian dignitaries from center left: Giorgi Gurjaani, Konstantine "Kote" Kavtaradze, and Ioseb Buadze at Columbia Rotary South's "The Wines of Georgia" wine tasting at MU on Thursday.
Stephen Ferris, left, a professor of finance at MU, converses with his doctoral student, David Javakhdze, who is a native of Kutaisi, Georgia, at the Columbia Rotary South's "The Wines of Georgia" wine tasting at MU on Thursday.
Taylor Rossom, left, serves a glass of Teliani Valley's white wine to Dr. Annette Sobel at Columbia Rotary South's "The Wines of Georgia" wine tasting at the University Club in the Reynolds Alumni Center at MU on Thursday. The Rotary Club held the event as a fundraiser for their relief program for refugee and diabetic children in the country of Georgia.
A bottle of Teliani Valley's Tsolikouri, a dry white wine vinted in the Lechkhumi province of Georgia, sits beside various appetizers awaiting guests of the Columbia Rotary South's "The Wines of Georgia" wine tasting held at the University Club in the Reynolds Alumni Center at MU on Thursday. The Rotary Club held the event as a fundraiser for its relief program for refugee and diabetic children in the country of Georgia.
From left, Andrew Wesselmann, Lily Tinker Fortel and Jane Whitesides of the Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition hold signs in support of the health care bill in front of the MU Bookstore while Sen. Kit Bond signs books inside. The three hoped to educate people about the health care bill, Whitesides said.
Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., signs a copy of his new book "The Next Front: Southeast Asia and the Road to Global Peace with Islam" for Melissa Hanstein on Friday at the MU Bookstore. Bond spoke earlier to the Columbia Chamber of Commerce about the health care bill and other national issues.
Investigators walk around a home as they look for evidence on a rural property in Bates City. Authorities on Wednesday were searching the property in western Missouri for bodies and buried glass jars containing notes written more than 15 years ago by children who might have documented sexual abuse by five members of their own family.
Diamond Thrower was thrown to the ground by Columbia Police Officer Mark Brotemarkle during a fight at Hickman High School. Thrower was not involved in the fight but was trying to break it up.
Willie Smith filed a complaint after he said police used excessive force in his arrest earlier this year. After an internal review, the Columbia Police Department said its actions were appropriate.
Carl Alan Giles was arrested on suspicion of public urination and resisting arrest in an alley. Giles said he was not urinating. Police sprayed him with pepper spray and fired a Taser at him.
Mark Brotemarkle, a student resource officer with the Columbia Police Department, was involved in an incident at Hickman High School in 2008. He was accused of throwing a student, Diamond Thrower, to the ground.