U.S. Bank robbery suspect

Police are still looking for the man who robbed U.S. Bank on Broadway early Friday afternoon. They are looking for a man who is roughly 5 feet 6 inches and about 30 years old.

Hutchison dribbles during soccer practice

Hutchison, a recent junior college transfer, dribbles during practice for the Columbia College Cougars.

John Hutchison practices soccer for Columbia College

Columbia College junior John Hutchison shoots goals during practice Thursday at the R. Marvin Owens Soccer Stadium. Hutchison scored the Cougars' only goal in their season-opening win against John Brown University on Aug. 28.

Bank on Broadway robbed Friday

Major Crimes Unit detective Jeff Nichols investigates a robbery of the U.S. Bank on Tenth Street and Broadway that occurred at 12:26 p.m. today. Columbia Police Public Information Officer Jill Wieneke reported that a man approached the clerk at the bank and passed her a note acknowledging that it was a robbery. Police are searching for a white male, about 5'7”, wearing a blue and white checkered shirt and white hat. Nichols said he found fingerprints on the door.

McCubbin calculates Heart of Missouri United Way pledges

Don McCubbin, executive vice president of Shelter Insurance Companies, holds up a calculator to add up donation pledges for the Heart of Missouri United Way on Friday, Sept. 3, at the campaign rally in the Tiger Hotel Ballroom. $3.3 million was pledged this year toward helping Columbia communities.

Heart of Missouri United Way hold campaign rally to raise $3.3 million

Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters Georgalu Swoboda, left, and Executive Director of the Voluntary Action Center Cindy Mustard, right, announce a pledge for the Heart of Missouri United Way Campaign Rally on Friday, Sept. 3, at the Tiger Hotel Ballroom. The total amount pledged for this year's campaign is $3.3 million. Last year, $3.2 million was pledged, but $3.26 million was actually raised.

Beechy stands with 'Billy the Kid' after Tuesday's capture

Mervin Beechy stands near the Mexico goat, known as Billy the kid, Billy Goat Gruff and just Billy, on Thursday at the Missouri Livestock Market Center in Mexico. Since capturing the runaway goat, Beechy has kept it at the stockyard during the day and transfers the goat to an undisclosed location at night because he fears for its safety and is worried someone else may try to steal it. Beechy plans to put the goat up for auction Sept. 9 with proceeds benefiting the Audrain Humane Society in Mexico.

'Billy the Kid' captured in Missouri after a week of roaming

"Billy Goat Gruff," a goat that eluded capture while roaming around Mexico, Mo., for the past week, stands in a pen on Thursday at the Missouri Livestock Market Center in Mexico. The goat was lassoed by Mervin Beechy on Tuesday night outside a Dairy Queen. The goat, a 4-year-old Boar/Nubian crossbreed, became well-known throughout Missouri and amassed more than 10,000 "likes" on Facebook.

Danario Alexander vs. Illinois in 2009

Missouri receiver Danario Alexander sprints past Illinois defender Supo Sanni on a 31-yard pass reception in last season's Arch Rivalry game. Alexander emerged as a standout player in the game, making 10 catches for 132 yards to lead all receivers in a 37-9 Tigers victory.

1969 MU vs. Illinois football game

Missouri running back Joe Moore, a St. Louis native, breaks free of the Illinois defense in a 1969 game at Busch Stadium. That year, the Tigers beat the Illini 37-6.

Hickman football player Tyler Sprigg

In last Friday's game against Rock Bridge, Hickman senior Tyler Sprigg had five tackles on defense and seven catches for 66 yards on offense, including a touchdown that put the Kewpies ahead late in the game.

Playing fetch at Stephens Lake Park

Jackie Putnam plays fetch in the water with her 3-year-old Labrador mix, Bubba, at Stephens Lake Park on Thursday. She adopted Bubba from the Humane Society of Missouri in St. Louis. Putnam said she is happy that Bubba gets to live in Columbia instead of the city. "Columbia is a really dog-friendly town," she said. "There are a lot of parks, and people are a little more relaxed with their dogs."

Stopping at bur oak on Katy Trail

As part of an ongoing journey down the Katy Trail a group from Troy, Ill., stops at a bur oak on Route K on Thursday. The group, which includes Ron, Kathy, Sandy and Allen Poletti, Jeff and Annamarie Scharringhause and Dave Bartels are in their fourth year of riding the trail from St. Charles to Clinton, a section at a time. This year they're riding from Hartsburg to Rocheport during the day and staying at bed and breakfasts at night. Ron Poletti described the camaraderie of the trip: "Stop at every bar along the trail, and you'll see us there."

Gulf Rig Explosion

Boats are seen spraying water on an oil and gas platform that exploded in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana on Thursday. All 13 crew members were rescued.

Missouri vs. Illinois Pregame, 2009

A scene from the Missouri Alumni Association's pregame event before the 2009 Arch Rivalry game against Illinois.

Watching the waves

A woman watches waves churned up by Hurricane Earl break against the pier in Surf City, N.C. on Sept. 2.

No vacancy

A window is boarded up with a message at the Buxton Beach Motel in Buxton, N.C., on Sept. 1 as Hurricane Earl approaches North Carolina's Outer Banks.

Packing up surfboards

Scott Reese, of Asheville, N.C., packs his surfboards up as he prepares to evacuate for Hurricane Earl, as it heads toward the eastern coast, in Atlantic Beach, N.C., on Sept. 2.

Surfing before the storm

A surfer enjoys the large surf as Hurricane Earl heads towards the eastern coast on Sept. 1 in Virginia Beach, Va.

Boarding up a doorway

Justin Curcio, a carpenter from Buxton, boards up a doorway at Hatteras Cabanas in Hatteras, N.C., Wednesday as Hurricane Earl approaches North Carolina's Outer Banks.