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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.

Coach directs team

Rock Bridge Head Coach Jim Scanlon, center, gives direction to members of the varsity basketball team Tuesday during the Rock Bridge and Battle High School basketball game. The Bruins beat the Spartans 77 to 60.

Players fight for the ball

Parley Jenkins, left, Ryan Kreklow, center, and Brevinn Tyler, right, fight for the ball Tuesday during the Rock Bridge and Battle High School basketball game. The Spartans lost their last home game to the Bruins 60 to 77.

Ostrander attempts to score

Daviante Ostrander, left, attempts to score a basket Tuesday while Tre Williams, right, tries to block him. The Bruins beat the Spartans 77 to 60.

Casey Lewis sits with public defender Erin Douglas during trial

Casey Lewis, left, charged with first-degree murder, sits with public defender Erin Douglas during a trial Monday at the Boone County Courthouse. Lewis was allegedly hired to kill Brian Daniels in April 2013.

Obama speaks in Rose Garden

President Barack Obama speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House April 18 in Washington. House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio said Congress is sending President Barack Obama legislation to build the Keystone XL pipeline on Tuesday. The White House is indicating Obama will quickly veto it in private over Republican lawmakers' urging that he sign it. It would be the third veto of Obama's presidency.

East Campus resident walks past sculpture

An East Campus resident walks past a sculpture Friday at the corner of College Avenue and University Avenue. The four East Campus sculptures, which were donated to the East Campus Neighborhood Association, have been requested to be added to the city's public art collection.

U.V. Awazu, an apprentice of Don Asbee, works on East Campus signs

U.V. Awazu, one of Don Asbee's apprentices, works on the East Campus signs for the East Campus neighborhood in September 2013. The four signs stand 8 1/2 feet tall.

Asbee focuses on sculpture

Don Asbee focuses on creating an East Campus neighborhood sculpture out of forged steel in September 2013. "I'm bald so I wear this chili pepper cap so I have something protecting my head, or I'll have sparks all over it," he said.

Budget cuts force IRS to reduce audits

The IRS headquarters building is pictured April 13 in Washington, D.C. Budget cuts forced the IRS to reduce the number of tax audits last year to the lowest level in a decade, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said Tuesday.

Doctor holds Truvada pills at her office in San Francisco

In this Thursday, May 10, 2012, file photo, a doctor holds Truvada pills at her office in San Francisco. A study released Tuesday shows that the drug, used to treat HIV infection, can also help prevent it when taken before and after risky sex by gay men. The study, done in France and Canada, is the first to test "on demand" use of Truvada, a pill combining two AIDS drugs, by people planning to have risky sex. The uninfected men who took it were 86 percent less likely to get HIV compared to men given dummy pills.

Kevin Garnett comes back to Minnesota

Minnesota Timberwolves star Kevin Garnett, right, and head coach Flip Saunders hold up Garnett's jersey after he was re-introduced by the Timberwolves on Tuesday in Minneapolis. Garnett waived his no-trade clause with the Brooklyn Nets to return to Minnesota.

Goodell addresses concerns

NFL football commissioner Roger Goodell speaks during a news conference following a meeting of NFL owners and executives on Oct. 8 in New York. Two members of Congress have asked Goodell to clarify whether teams can lose draft picks if they do not properly address domestic violence.

Alex Gordon practices at spring training

Kansas City Royals outfielder Alex Gordon takes part in spring training outfield drills Saturday at the team's facility in Surprise, Arizona. He had wrist surgery this winter but vows he'll be back in the lineup soon.

Castros pose with recalled Prius

Eri and John Castro pose in front of their 2011 Toyota Prius on Feb. 14 in Glen Burnie, Maryland. The Castros bought the used car last year, only to find out after they got it home that it was under recall because it could stall without warning. There is no legal requirement for dealers or individual sellers to get repairs done or even tell a potential buyer if a car is subject recall before a used car is sold.

Kansas State storms the court

Kansas State fans celebrate victory following a game against Kansas at Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan, Kansas, on Monday.
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