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Maylee stands before the judge

Joshua Maylee, 23, stands before Judge Carol England at the Callaway County Courthouse in Fulton on Friday prior to his arraignment on three counts of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree assault. Maylee was sought in connection to the deaths of Jeffrey Werdehausen, 46; Allen Pinet, 48; and Jackie Pinet, 57, as well as the shooting of Gina Werdehausen, 41.

Andrew Denney

Andrew Denney is a senior at the Missouri School of Journalism and a political science major at MU.

MU football team celebrates 2007 win over Kansas

Missouri football players celebrate after beating Kansas in 2007. The next day, the Associated Press ranked the Tigers No. 1. A week after that, Missouri fell to Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship.

Noce named honorary coach for Black and Gold game

President of the Missouri Students Association Tim Noce sits on the sidelines as the Black Team's honorary coach during the annual Black and Gold game.

Honorary coach Scroggs enjoys Black and Gold game

MU Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Cathy Scroggs sits on the sidelines as the Gold Team's honorary coach during the annual Black and Gold Game on Thursday at Mizzou Arena.

MU men's basketball player Ricardo Ratliffe at Black & Gold Game

Junior college transfer Ricardo Ratliffe goes up for a dunk Thursday night in the Missouri men's basketball team's Black and Gold Game. Ratliffe led all scorers with 32 points.

Young fan follows the action at Black & Gold basketball game

Nine-year-old Brayden Page and his father Justin Page, center, watch from the first row at the MU men's basketball team's Black and Gold Game on Thursday night at Mizzou Arena.

Missouri linebacker Will Ebner vs. Oklahoma

Missouri linebacker Will Ebner tackles Oklahoma running back Roy Finch in Saturday's victory over the Sooners.

Homeless man remembered

After the memorial service on Thursday, candlelight vigil attendees gather outside Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church to remember and pray for Jerry Schneider and others who have died homeless. Many members of the homeless community had come to pay their respects to Schneider who was found dead on Sunday at a camp near Range Line Street; his death has become a homicide investigation.

Candlelight vigil

Pastor Meg Hegemann helps Billy Pilger light a candle after a memorial service for Jerry Schneider at Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church, on Thursday. Pilger said that he and Schneider used to sit and watch traffic on the highways together. "I've lost a good friend," he said. Pilger had known Schneider for the past eight years.

Jeff Reed

Jeff Reed

Tennis has been a lifelong journey for MU's Rachel Stuhlmann

Missouri freshman Rachel Stuhlmann warms up during practice in the Green Tennis Center. Stuhlmann, who started playing tennis at age 5 and won a United States Tennis Association state championship in high school, chose MU over LSU, Texas Tech and Colorado

1966: Hickman football defeats Jefferson City

Left to Right: Hickman's Tom Weable, Val Patacchi, Surgeon Glen McElroy and coach Bob Roark after defeating Jefferson City on Oct. 7, 1966.

James Balog

James Balog

Cathleen Black

Cathleen Black

Dorothy Gaiter

Dorothy Gaiter

Myron Kandel

Myron Kandel

Larry Postaer

Larry Postaer

Sandy Rowe

Sandy Rowe

Adela Navarro

Adela Navarro of ZETA
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