May 3, 2008
Cyclists from the Critical Mass demonstration ride down South Providence toward Elm street.
Lauren Meyer, 7, left, and Ava Tonnies, 8, examine an ArtCycle, one of 10 specially decorated bikes commissioned for this summer's Art in the Park Festival, during the kickoff ceremony for Bike, Walk and Wheel Week at Flat Branch Park on May 3. Bike, Walk and Wheel Week is organized by GetAbout Columbia and encourages Columbia residents to bike and walk instead of driving a car.
A collection of ArtCycles, specially-decorated bicycles commissioned for this summer's Art in the Park Festival, sit during the Bike, Walk and Wheel Week kickoff ceremony.
Artist Dennis Murphy sits next to his piece, Cat Cycle, one of 10 specially decorated bikes commissioned for this summer's Art in the Park Festival. Murphy says his bike, which features light-up eyes and rear turn signals, is a comment on the United States' "automobile-centric" nature.
Assistant coach Mindy Bullard watches Michelle Wright, an MU sophomore, practice her swing during Saturday's training.
Missouri second baseman Greg Folgia tags out Kansas State's Rob Vaughn when he attempts to steal second base.
Rock Bridge junior Eemun Latifi returns the ball to Blue Valley North's David Skelton during a match. Latifi, third ranked on the Rock Bridge team, easily won the match.
May 2, 2008
Ted DiBiase, also known as "The Million Dollar Man," preaches to the crowd during a wrestling event at Blair Oaks High School in Wardsville on April 11. DiBiase was at the event, sponsored by Michael Burris Ministries, to talk to the crowd about Jesus Christ's influence in his life.
Ms. Natural, a wrestler with the Harley Race Wrestling Academy in Eldon, interacts with the crowd before her match April 11.
World League Wrestling wrestler Steve Anthony waits to be tagged into the ring during the main event on April 11. Other WLW wrestlers were featured in the event, which was part of Michael Burris Ministries' Driving Hope campaign.
Workers with Westar Energy repair a power line today. Meanwhile, a crew from the company that manages a mobile home trailer court in north Lawrence, Kan., clean up around a home that was damaged by a falling tree after a storm this morning. A large tree landed across the bedroom end of the mobile home. The occupants were watching television in the living room and where not injured.
Residents of Choice Mobile Home Park in Siloam Springs, Ark., cover a mobile home damaged by a falling tree during a thunder storm early today. According to Siloam Springs city officials, the tree fell sometime between 3:30 and 4 a.m., and one resident of the mobile home was killed in the incident.
Homes damaged by severe thunderstorms are viewed from the air over Gladstone, Mo., today. Two small tornadoes from an overnight line of thunderstorms left hundreds of Kansas City-area homes and businesses damaged, destroying some.
This aerial view shows a damaged pawn shop, at center, in Gladstone, Mo., today.
President Bush speaks about the economy today at the World Wide Technology, Inc. Facility Warehouse in Maryland Heights.
One of the tanning beds inside of the MU Recreation Complex's Tiger Spa waits to be used on March 20, 2008.
Ryan Kramer, an employee at the Tiger Spa inside MU's Recreation Complex, checks appointment availability for open tanning beds and massages later in the day on March 20, 2008.
Kewpies' senior Matt Schuster checks Bruins' sophmore Matt Gibbons as he runs with the ball at the Hickman and Rock Bridge lacrosse game Friday at Rock Bridge High School. The rivalry game was for the annual Golden Crosse.
Kewpies senior defensemen Matt Schuster and Bruin junior Jonathan Clark fight for the ball at the Hickman and Rock Bridge High School Lacrosse game Friday at Rock Bridge High School.
Kewpies senior goalie Dan Hurst catches the ball, while senior defenseman Jeremy McKenzie looks on at the Hickman and Rock Bridge High School Lacrosse game Friday at Rock Bridge High School.