May 21, 2013
New coach Andy Reid has taken several steps to revamp the Chiefs offense. "We're messing around with a little bit of everything," Reid said after a recent practice.
On Tuesday, Jimmy Hodges helps Chad Heltcel and his wife, Cassidi, salvage the wreckage of Chad Heltcel's family home, which was destroyed Monday when a tornado moved through Moore, Okla.
Missouri Department of Transportation district bridge engineer Alan Trampe, left, and MoDOT senior maintenance worker Gabe Horstmann repair an Interstate 70 West sign on U.S. 63 North on Tuesday. Something hit the sign during a storm the night before causing it to detach before the wind blew the sign up on top of the sign structure, said Roy Kempker, MoDOT assistant supervisor.
Bryan Hartnagel watches a crew from Nelson's Tree Service remove a pignut hickory tree from his neighbor's house on Cunningham Road. Hartnagel, was stacking the wood next to his house and plans to use the wood for his fireplace and barbeque. Buckler said pignut hickory is good smoke wood for barbecuing and is often used in barbecuing competitions.
Tim Buckler of Nelson’s Tree Service uses a chainsaw to remove a tree Tuesday morning from Harriett Browning's home on Cunningham Road. Buckler speculated that the age of the tree, which he estimated to be 50 to 65 years old, combined with water in the trunk and high winds Monday morning caused the tree to fall.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, right, and Tumblr Chief Executive David Karp speak during a news conference Monday in New York. Yahoo edged up 31 cents, or 1.2 percent, to $26.83 after the Internet company said it was buying online blogging forum Tumblr for $1.1 billion. Karp has yet to earn a high school diploma.
In this Jan. 15, 2013, file photo, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. Zucherberg did not graduate from college.
A member of a security team helps guard an area of rubble from a destroyed residential neighborhood, Tuesday, a day after a tornado moved through Moore, Okla. The huge tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburb Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying an elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against the winds.
Cardinals starting pitcher Shelby Miller, left, leaves the mound after being relieved by manger Mike Matheny in the sixth inning after throwing 107 pitches Monday against the San Diego Padres.
May 20, 2013
Royals manager Ned Yost argues with umpire James Hoye after Hoye called the Astros' Robbie Grossman safe at second base after Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar missed the base attempting a double play in the sixth inning.
Missouri infielder Dillon Everett swings in Missouri's regular season finale against Kentucky on Saturday. Missouri will face Mississippi State in the Southeastern Conference Tournament at about 8 p.m. Tuesday in Hoover, Ala.
Rescuers recover a horse from the remains of a day care center and destroyed barns Monday in Moore, Okla.
A tornado moves past homes in Moore, Okla. on Monday.
Hickman golfer Juwan Mahaney reads the green before putting during a game in late April at Columbia Country Club. He hopes to improve his game this summer so that he will be a possible recruit for Missouri's men's team in the future.
Rescue workers dig through the rubble of a collapsed wall at the Plaza Tower Elementary School to free trapped students in Moore, Okla., following a tornado Monday.
A fire burns in the Tower Plaza Addition in Moore, Okla., following a tornado Monday.
Moore police dig through the rubble of the Plaza Towers Elementary School following a tornado in Moore, Okla., on Monday after a tornado as much as a mile wide with winds up to 200 mph roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs.
A child is pulled from the rubble of the Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Okla., and passed along to rescuers Monday.
A woman is pulled out from under tornado debris at the Plaza Towers School on Monday in Moore, Okla.
A woman carries an injured child to a triage center near the Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Okla., on Monday. A tornado as much as a mile wide with winds up to 200 mph roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods.