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MU Basketball - Safford

Missouri junior forward Justin Safford drives into Truman State junior forward Andrew James during Missouri's exhibition basketball game against Truman State Friday night.

MU Basketball crowd

Zou Crew fans cheer for Missouri basketball during their exhibition game against Truman State Friday night.

MU Basketball - Paul

Missouri sophomore Miguel Paul dribbles the ball up court during the second period against Truman State Friday night.

MU Basketball - Safford layup

Missouri junior Justin Safford goes in for a layup during the second half of Friday night's exhibition game against Truman State. Missouri won 96-33.

MU Basketball - Ramsey

Missouri senior Keith Ramsey holds the ball on offense against Truman State's Mark Misiewicz during a home exhibition game Friday night.

Marley Sukenik and her mom after giving their presentation

Marley Sukenik, 8, and her mother, Cindy Garber, after giving their presentation, "Not Just Chickens," at the Small Farm Trade Show and Conference.

Emergency workers transport victim from Orlando shooting

Emergency workers transport a victim from a shooting in downtown Orlando on Friday. Police are searching for the gunman. Orange County Sheriff's Spokesman Jim Solomons said his department is backing up Orlando police, and they're still looking for an armed man wearing a light blue polo shirt and jeans.

Testimony in Williams trial

Defense attorney Christopher Slusher, left, examines defense witness Jerale Nichols, roommate of murder victim Nathaniel Bentley, during Damon Williams' trial at the Boone County Courthouse on Thursday. Nichols was home at the time of the robbery and described hearing a struggle upstairs when Bentley was killed.

Prosecutor's closing argument in Williams trial

Prosecuting attorney Richard Hicks makes his closing argument during Damon Williams' murder trial at the Boone County Courthouse on Thursday.

Defense's closing argument in Williams trial

Defense attorney Christopher Slusher makes his closing argument during Damon Williams' trial at the Boone County Courthouse on Thursday.

Mike Singletary

San Francisco 49ers coach Mike Singletary once had 34 tackles in a game during his college career at Baylor

Spreading the health care bill around

Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas, throws the health care bill to the crowd on Capitol Hill in Washington on Thursday during a health care reform rally.

Missouri football's Jacquies Smith

Sophomore defensive lineman Jacquies Smith tosses a football around during practice Tuesday on Faurot Field.

Missouri basketball's Justin Safford

MU junior forward Justin Safford jokes around with assistant basketball coach T.J. Cleveland before practice Oct. 29, 2009, at Mizzou Arena.

Hickman soccer players celebrate

Kewpies forward Colin Janicek celebrates his goal against Jefferson City during the second half of the Class 3 District 9 championship game Thursday at Hickman High School.

Hickman soccer celebrates

The Hickman soccer team celebrates their victory over Jefferson City in the Class 3 District 9 championship game.

Hickman wins district championship

Hickman soccer coach Adam Taylor congratulates his team as they celebrate their victory over Jefferson City. The last time the Kewpies won the championship, Taylor was a player on the team.

Williams' mother reacts to verdict

Sabra Williams, mother of Damon A. Williams, waits in handcuffs to be taken to a holding cell at the Boone County Courthouse in Columbia. Williams was found in contempt of court for disrupting the proceedings by trying to leave the courtroom after the jury returned a verdict of guilty on all charges for her son.

Williams reacts after verdict

Damon A. Williams reacts as his mother attempts to leave the courtroom in the Boone County Courthouse after the jury announced their verdict. Williams was found guilty of first-degree murder, first-degree robbery and armed criminal action.

Williams escorted from courthouse

Damon A. Williams is escorted from the courtroom at the Boone County Courthouse by officers of the court after those in attendance reacted to the verdict. The jury returned a verdict of guilty on all charges, including first-degree murder, after two hours of deliberating.
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