November 18, 2014
Missouri soccer senior Taylor Grant pursues the ball during a match against Arkansas on Oct. 30, 2014.
Georgia coach Mark Richt reacts after a Georgia touchdown in the second half of Saturday's NCAA football game against Auburn in Athens, Georgia.
St. Louis Blues goalie Brian Elliott makes a save during the third period of Tuesday's NHL game in Boston. The Bruins defeated the Blues 2-0.
Cornealious "Mike" Anderson leaves a courthouse in Charleston, Mo., on May 5 after a judge set him free and declared him a "good man and a changed man." Anderson, who avoided prison for 13 years due to a clerical error, was arrested Sunday in St. Louis. He is accused of grabbing a woman's purse and dragging her a short time while trying to pull the bag from her shoulder.
*Dirt and dust collect on an air duct Tuesday near the Special Collections and Rare Books department at Ellis Library. Administrators at Ellis Library are working with the MU Department of Environmental Health and Safety to clean air ducts after mold was reported last week.
Tiger Woods reacts as he tees off at the 18th green during the second round of the HSBC Champions golf tournament at the Shanghai Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China on Nov. 5, 2010.
Ryan Kreklow attempts to score a basket during Rock Bridge High School basketball practice on Monday. Kreklow is considered one of the fastest players on the team.
Rock Bridge basketball coach Jim Scanlon talks with the team after practice on Monday.
Hot chocolate and a long day at school can be a tiring combination, as evidenced by fourth-grader Jack Schouten, who read his book Monday at the Hot Chocolate Cafe at Rock Bridge Elementary School.
Chloe Treece, a fifth-grader at Rock Bridge Elementary School, waits for her drink to cool while discussing books Monday at the Hot Chocolate Cafe on Monday. Chloe said she most related to Hermione Granger of any character in the "Harry Potter" series because she is studious.
Emma Hake, left, Chloe Treece, center, and Emma Haupt, fifth-graders at Rock Bridge Elementary School, discuss aspects about their favorite books Monday during the Hot Chocolate Cafe.
Gracie Hulett, a fourth-grader at Rock Bridge Elementary School, sips hot chocolate during quiet reading time Monday at the Hot Chocolate Cafe. Gracie was drawn to her book, "Julie" by Jean Craighead George, because of her love of animals.
Heather Beran, a fourth-grader at Rock Bridge Elementary School, is completely engrossed in her copy of "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul" by Jeff Kinney on Monday at the Hot Chocolate Cafe. Heather said she collects all of Kinney's books from the series, so "if he ever stops writing books, I'll have a collection to remember he's a great author."
Missouri men's basketball coach Kim Anderson, center, watches from the sidelines during the Tigers game Nov. 8 against the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Tameka Stennis dribbles the ball down the court against the Rock Bridge Bruins on Jan. 29. Hickman High School girls team opens its season on Nov. 25 against Troy.
Hickman guard Jimmy Whitt shoots over Hazelwood Central guard Clifton Yancy during the Kewpies' MSHSAA Class 5 state championship tournament semifinal win on March 20 at Mizzou Arena. Whitt, a University of Arkansas commit, will look to lead Hickman to a state championship to wrap up his senior season.
Karen Bataille and Becky Plovanich, partners of 13 years, traveled across state lines from Columbia to Carlinville, Illinois, to marry Friday. Plovanich grew up in Carlinville and still has family there.
Karen Bataille and Becky Plovanich, partners of 13 years, crossed state lines from Columbia to Carlinville, Illinois, to marry Friday. They traveled about 160 miles with their dogs, Madison and Koda.
Karen Bataille and Becky Plovanich clasp hands upon seeing the Illinois state line sign on Thursday. The couple married in Carlinville, Illinois, the next day.
Karen Bataille and Becky Plovanich stand outside the Macoupin County Courthouse in Carlinville, Illinois, on Thursday before picking up a marriage license from the county clerk. When the courthouse was completed in 1870, it was the largest county courthouse in the U.S. and was larger than the Illinois Statehouse.