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Taylor Jenkins defends ball

Freed-Hardeman midfielder Taylor Jenkins defends the ball from Stephens College midfielder Sarah Vitel during a soccer match Thursday at Cosmopolitan Park. Freed-Hardeman won the match 6-1.

Eric Hosmer waits to hit

Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer waits to hit during batting practice before Game 2 of the World Series against the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday in Kansas City, Missouri.

LaRose and Willy

Danny LaRose, Missouri football's 1960 All-American, gathers wood for a furnace that keep his Michigan cabin warm in the winter. His companion Willy is never far.

Tommy Saunders developed ab roller

Former Missouri receiver Tommy Saunders poses with the Rock360 ab roller, a workout device he developed.

Tommy Saunders escapes defenders in Kansas game

Missouri wide receiver Tommy Saunders moves past Kansas defenders at the 2007 Missouri-Kansas game.

Lorenzo Williams holds trophy

Missouri defensive lineman Lorenzo Williams carries the Lamar Hunt trophy off the field following the 2007 Missouri-Kansas game. The trophy is awarded to the winner of the annual Missouri-Kansas Border Showdown game.

J.C. Louderbach walks to parade with his wife

J.C. Louderback and his wife, Donna, walk to the Arkalalah Parade in Arkansas City, Kansas. Louderback led the crew of referees that allowed a fifth down in Missouri's 1990 game against Colorado.

Missouri coach Bob Stull talks with referee

Missouri coach Bob Stull talks with head referee J.C. Louderback after the crew allowed a fifth down in Missouri's 1990 game against Colorado. Colorado won the game 33-31 after the extra down in the final seconds.

Mike Bishop prepares to work out

Mike Bishop and his personal trainer, Mary Love, arrive at Oakland Park to work on his rehabilitation on Tuesday. The two go almost every Tuesday and Thursday for about an hour.

Mary Love corrects Mike Bishop's posture

Mary Love corrects Mike Bishop's posture during a training session Tuesday at Oakland Park. Bishop was in a car accident when he was 16 and has had multiple health problems since.

Mary Love supports Mike Bishop

Mary Love supports Mike Bishop as he performs various rehabilitation exercises Tuesday on a bridge at Oakland Park. He likes to use the trail to take strolls in his wheelchair.

Mike Bishop does leg presses

Mike Bishop does leg presses under the supervision of his personal trainer, Mary Love, Tuesday at Oakland Park. The goal of his training is for him to eventually regain his ability to walk.

Battle kicker attempts field goal

Battle High School kicker Kahleb Adams attempts an extra point against Jefferson City High School on Oct. 10. The Spartans host Washington High School on Friday to open the postseason.

New details on dinosaur discovered

This undated handout image shows a Deinocheirus. The dinosaur probably lumbered along like a cross between TV dinosaur Barney and Jar Jar Binks of "Star Wars" fame. It was 16 feet tall and 36 feet long, weighed 7 tons and had a duckbill on its head and a hump-like sail on its back.

Brewing Company hosts first Crafts and Draughts

Logboat Brewing Company hosted Columbia Art League's first Crafts and Draughts from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Customers made masks, paper lanterns, ink-dyed coasters and more on Logboat's lawn.

Royals win Game 2 of World Series

Kansas City Royals outfielder Jarrod Dyson, left, and Alex Gordon, center, congratulate Lorenzo Cain after their 7-2 World Series victory over the San Francisco Giants in Game 2 on Wednesday in Kansas City, Missouri. The series is tied 1-1.

Beers are ready to be drunk

Two beers sit on a table at Logboat Brewery, the site for Columbia Art League's first Crafts and Draughts.

Siblings participate in Crafts and Draughts

Brian Ostengorf and his sister Ashley Dodge participate in the Columbia Art League's Crafts and Draughts on Wednesday. They each traveled — one from St. Louis, Missouri, and the other from Kansas City, Missouri — to meet halfway to have beer at Logboat Brewing Company and came across the event.

Protesters walk up Freedom Parkway in Atlanta

Protesters walk up Freedom Parkway after briefly shutting down the Downtown Connector's northbound lanes Wednesday evening. The protest was part of a national week of resistance to mass incarceration and police brutality as well as the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, organizers said.

Online harrassment studied

In this September 2011 file photo, 22-year-old Catherine Devine reads instant messages on her laptop screen at her home in Kings Park, N.Y. A report released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center found that nearly three-quarters of American adults who use the Internet have witnessed online harassment and that 40 percent have experienced it themselves.
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