November 11, 2009
November 10, 2009
Hickman's Taylor Cox, left, and Adam Brenner take the ball away from Camdenton's Jeron Sinclair in the Kewpies' Class 3 sectional victory Tuesday night in Jefferson City.
Hickman midfielder Cody Gorda heads the ball over Camdenton defender Spencer Thompson in the Kewpies Class 3 sectional victory Tuesday night in Jefferson City.
Alex Holliday, left, celebrates with teammate San Mouckoudby after Holiday scored for Hickman in its 2-1 overtime victory Tuesday night over Camdenton in Class 3 sectional competition.
Kansas State quarterback turned running back Daniel Thomas ran for 185 yards and a touchdown in last week’s win against Kansas
A member of the SWAT team prepares to enter the Governor Office Building at the corner of Madison and High streets in Jefferson City on Tuesday.
All roads surrounding the Governor Office Building were closed to street and pedestrian traffic during the lockdown on Tuesday.
Workers are evacuated around noon on Tuesday from the Governor Office Building at 200 Madison Street in Jefferson City.
A SWAT team cleared the roof around noon on Tuesday. Governor Office Building employees were allowed to return to work at 2 p.m.
Unidentified unemployed auto and steel workers picket in front of the White House in Washington, Aug. 4, 1982. Compared with 1982, Americans have more than triple the amount of debt in 2009 and less than half the savings. Their unemployment spells last 10 weeks longer, on average.
In this Oct. 22, 2009, photo, Vicki Adriano works at the Lordstown General Motors plant in Lordstown, Ohio. Compared with 1982, Americans have more than triple the amount of debt and less than half the savings. Their unemployment spells last 10 weeks longer, on average.
Missouri's Department of Revenue director, Alana Barragán-Scott
George Forsythe, the president of Westminster College, gives his address during the commemoration ceremony on Monday of the fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years ago.
Giant dominoes placed along the former border in front of the Brandenburg Gate fall in a symbolic act in Berlin on Monday during the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on Nov.9, 1989.
Westminster College students trample down their mock Berlin Wall on Monday night outside of the Winston Churchill Museum in Fulton. Westminster is home to the largest section of the Berlin Wall in the U.S.
Maureen Tuthill, right, and her 9 year-old son, John, look for his name on a painted section of the mock Berlin Wall that Westminster college students tore down on Monday. John and his classmates helped paint portions of the wall, and with the help of his mom and dad, he was able to break a piece off to show his friends.
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, center, signs autographs for a boy as Berlin mayor Klaus Wowereit, right, looks on while crossing the Bornholmer Bruecke, Bornholm bridge in Berlin on Monday The Bornholm bridge used to be a border crossing between East and West Berlin in 1989.
Students of Westminster College rummage in what's left of their mock Berlin Wall on Monday outside the Winston Churchill Museum in Fulton. A ceremony was held to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall, and students destroyed a mock wall built of wood and drywall.
Giant domino pieces installed along a stretch of the Berlin Wall's original path are seen at Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on Monday during celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Westminster college students from left to right, sophomore Lee Goatley, junior Logan Ray and freshman Emma Ray look down at what's left of the mock wall in front of the eight sections of the real Berlin Wall on Monday at Westminster College in Fulton. Students claimed their own painted pieces of the mock wall during a ceremony to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.