March 11, 2009
Missouri football player Aaron O'Neal, left, is helped off the field by a teammate after he collapsed during a voluntary workout at Faurot Field on July 12, 2005. He was later pronounced dead at University Hospital.
March 10, 2009
MU freshman Jeff Emens pitches against Western Illinois at Taylor Stadium. Emens struck out two in one inning pitched.
Brian Allen, right, Boy Scout Pack #733 treasurer, starts the race for two pinewood derby competitors. From left, scouts Kahleb Adams, Shane Lewis, Jack Allen, Joel Hess and Josh Bennett watch.
Chad Voney celebrates his win at the Boy Scout Pack #733 pinewood derby at Shepard School on Monday. Voney's car was shaped like a chunk of cheese with a tiny stuffed mouse posing as the driver.
Aaron O'Neal, a redshirt freshman, died following a workout in 2005. A tentative settlement has recently been reached in the lawsuit surrounding his death.
Jeanne Sinquefield rehearses with the Columbia Civic Orchestra on Dec. 9 at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts. Sinquefield and her husband recently donated $1 million to MU's School of Music.
March 9, 2009
MU football head coach Gary Pinkel unloads glasses at the start of "A Night with the Pawpurrazzi" at Chris McD's. Pinkel, along with other well-known people in Columbia, served as celebrity hosts at the event.
Sarah Perry participates in the silent auction that was part of "A Night with the Pawpurrazzi." The charity dinner to raise money for the Central Missouri Humane Society held took place at Chris McD's on Monday.
Terrell Turner lines up a shot in practice at the Southwell Gymnasium.
Terrell Turner, center, along with Jason Ellis, left, and Taylor Evans sit in the Columbia College men's basketball team's locker room after practice on Monday. A senior at Columbia College, Turner said he picked the No. 24 for his jersey because a day has no more than 24 hours.
Nick Tepesch struck out a career-high 12 batters in Sunday's win against Ball State.
Dena McNeely, a member of the Missouri Audubon Society, surveys bird populations. Forty years of such surveys has led the Audubon Society to the conclusion that climate change is forcing bird populations north.
Joanne Roth, center left, Fred West, center right, and the rest of the "Dance-a-holics" do a number in a circle at the Centrlia Senior Citizen Center. The group meets for line dancing every Tuesday from 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Fred West does a twist as he executes one of the numerous moves of the popular line dance number "Drunken Sailor Step" at the Centralia Senior Citizen Center on Tuesday.