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NFL to LA?

The Inglewood, California, City Council unanimously approved a $2 billion stadium plan for the site of the former Hollywood Park horse track. The plan is backed by St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke and clears a path for the NFL to return to the Los Angeles area for the first time in two decades.

Provost Garnett Stokes speaks to crowd

Then candidate for provost Garnett Stokes speaks to faculty, staff and students in Lefevre Hall on Nov. 10. Stokes served as a dean at the University of Georgia and the interim president at Florida State University.

Wheeler supports 'net neutrality'

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler speaks in October during new conference in Washington, D.C. Wheeler supports "net neutrality."

Senate moves toward vote

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, center, flanked by former Homeland Security Secretaries, Tom Ridge, right, and Michael Chertoff, speaks Wednesday during a news conference in Washington, D.C. Senate Democrats signed onto a Republican plan to fund the Homeland Security Department without the immigration provisions opposed by President Barack Obama.

J.D. Power releases its annual survey of dependable cars

This Jan. 13, 2014, file photo, shows the Lexus exhibit during media previews at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Lexus is the most dependable car brand for the fourth consecutive year in J.D. Power’s annual survey, released Wednesday.

Ellen Eardley, new Title IX administrator

Ellen Eardley, a lawyer in Washington, D.C., has been named the new Title IX administrator at MU.

Sean Hosman talks to the Associated Press

In this still image from a video taken Dec. 9, 2014, Sean Hosman, founder and CEO of Assessments.com, is seen in Salt Lake City during an interview with The Associated Press. Hosman’s company has sold risk and needs assessment tools to state governments from Florida to California. A repeat offender himself battling addiction problems, Hosman has undergone such assessments. He said he has been clean since July 2012 and believes the tools can help reduce prison overcrowding. (AP Photo/Alex Sanz)

Jordan Reeves laughs with her mother

Jordan Reeves, 9, laughs with her mother, Jen Reeves, on Monday about the large amount of sparkles in her makeup. Jen helps Jordan with some tasks that are difficult because of her limb difference, but "there's very few 'can'ts' for Jordan," Jen Reeves said.

Reeves family talks as they eat dinner

From left, Cameron Reeves, 12, mother, Jen Reeves, Jordan Reeves, 9, and father, Randy Reeves, talk as they eat dinner on Monday. "I'm going to be an actress or a famous basketball player," Jordan said to her family. Jordan has had the opportunity to meet several college athletes that have a limb difference similar to hers.

Jordan Reeves shows off one of her many trophies

Jordan Reeves shows off one of the many trophies in her room Monday that she's earned playing sports. The 9-year-old was born without the bottom part of her left arm, but she still plays tennis, softball and basketball, and has also run cross country.

Magnets of Reeves children adorn fridge

Magnets of Cameron Reeves, top, 12, and Jordan Reeves, bottom, 9, adorn the Reeves' fridge Monday at the Reeves family's home. Jordan was born without part of her left arm and has been in sports camps since she was about 3 years old. She's played softball since 2011, according to her mother, Jen Reeves.

Jordan Reeves calls to her father

Jordan Reeves, 9, calls through the storm door to her father, Randy Reeves, as he arrives home Monday for dinner. Randy Reeves is an associate professor at the MU School of Journalism and the news director of KOMU/NBC. Jordan Reeves is an MU women's basketball and cross country fan, and posters of both hang in her room.

Jordan Reeves practices shooting baskets with teammate

Jordan Reeves, 9, right, practices shooting baskets with teammate Mya Hall, 9, during basketball practice Monday at Calvary Baptist Church. The two participate in the Upward Basketball program, which matches players with others of a similar skill level in order to practice effectively. The Upward program has helped Jordan learn a lot in a short amount of time, according to her mother, Jen Reeves.

Jordan Reeves meets Gators' Zach Hodskins

Jordan Reeves meets Florida Gators guard Zach Hodskins before the Missouri-Florida basketball game Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.

Jordan Reeves and Zach Hodskins nub bump

Jordan Reeves and Florida Gators' guard Zach Hodskins nub bump after Missouri beat Florida 64-52 at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of Jen Reeves).

Johnathan Williams III looks for a shot

Missouri forward Johnathan Williams III, front, looks for a shot as Florida forward Devin Robinson blocks during the men's basketball game Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri won 64-52.

Allen reacts to a referee's call

MU forward D'Angelo Allen reacts to a referee's call during a men's basketball game against the Florida Gators on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri won 64-52.

Gill-Caesar goes for a layup

Missouri guard Montaque Gill-Caesar goes for a layup during a men's basketball game against the Florida Gators on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri won 64-52.

Robinson goes for a dunk

Florida Gators forward Devin Robinson goes for a dunk as Missouri Tigers forward Johnathan Williams III, center, and guard Montaque Gill-Caesar, attempt to block during a men's basketball game Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri won 64-52.

Jenkins attempts to score a basket

Jack Widhalm, left, runs toward Parley Jenkins, center, as Jenkins attempts to score a basket Tuesday during the Rock Bridge and Battle High School basketball game. This was Battle's last home game.
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