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Zou Cab biker waits outside the Blue Note

Michael Weinstein, with Zou Cab, waits in front of the Blue Note to try to pick up passengers on Aug. 9.

Zou Cab lights, paint protect bikers

Zou Cab offers $3 rides around the downtown Columbia area. A safety lights and reflective paint increase the rig's visibility.

Michael Weinstein waits for passengers

Michael Weinstein, with Zou Cab, waits in front of The Broadway for passengers on Aug. 9.

Michael Weinstein gives rides around Columbia on a pedicab

Michael Weinstein, owner of ZOU Cab, ferries passengers around downtown Columbia on Aug. 9.

Capt. Ronald Johnson speaks to demonstrators

Missouri State Highway Patrol Capt. Ronald Johnson addresses the crowd of protesters, asking them to stay on the sidewalk and not block traffic Thursday in Ferguson.

Capt. Ronald Johnson greets demonstrators in Ferguson

Capt. Ronald Johnson of the Missouri Highway Patrol smiles as demonstrators march along West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson on Thursday.

Capt. Ronald Johnson hugs Angela Whitman

Capt. Ronald Johnson of the Missouri Highway Patrol hugs Angela Whitman, of Berkeley, on West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson on Thursday. The Missouri Highway Patrol took control of the St. Louis suburb Thursday, stripping local police of their law-enforcement authority after four days of clashes between officers in riot gear and furious crowds protesting the death of an unarmed black teen shot by an officer.

Crowd reacts at Ferguson news conference

People react after Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson releases the name of the the officer accused of fatally shooting Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, Friday in Ferguson.

Ferguson police chief speaks at a news conference

Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson releases the name of the the officer accused of fatally shooting Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, Friday in Ferguson. Jackson announced that the officer's name is Darren Wilson.

MU research reactor produces radioactive material

The MU research reactor produces radioactive material.

Northwest Medical Isotopes plans to build a facility in Columbia

This is an artist's rendering of the facility Northwest Medical Isotopes plans to build in Columbia to stabilize the supply of Mo-99 in the U.S.

Michael Weinstein stands outside The FieldHouse

ZOU Cabs' founder, Michael Weinstein, waits for passengers on Aug. 6 outside The FieldHouse, at 1107 E. Broadway.

ZOU Cabs' founder waits for customers

Michael Weinstein stands outside The FieldHouse on Aug. 6. Weinstein said most of his customers use the pedicab service to get home from bars.

Michael Weinstein heads home

Under threat of rain, ZOU Cabs' driver Michael Weinstein decides to head home Aug. 6.

Michael Weinstein stands near pedicab

Michael Weinstein stands near his pedicab Aug. 6. He said a typical night begins about 9:30 p.m. and ends as early as 1:15 a.m. or as late as 2:40 a.m.

Safety lights, reflective paint increase pedicabs' visibility

A safety light and reflective paint increase the rig's visibility.

Andrew Patton practices with Hickman quarterbacks

Sophomore Andrew Patton practices with the other Hickman quarterbacks during practice at Hickman High School on Tuesday. The football team will open its season with a scrimmage at 7 p.m. Friday at Rock Bridge High School.

Andrew Piper tries to break through block

Hickman senior Andrew Piper (10) tries to break through senior Kyle Leftwitch's block during practice at Hickman High School on Tuesday.

Nick Oetting catches a pass

Hickman junior Nick Oetting catches a pass during preseason practice at Hickman High School on Tuesday. The Kewpies' first game will be against Christian Brothers College High School on Aug. 22 at Hickman.

MU students, community gather for vigil

MU students and organizations gathered Thursday at Speakers Circle.
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