Students and faculty met the families of people who donated their bodies to help medical students learn about anatomy.
After gathering opinions from the community, the Columbia City Council will vote on the mural project moving forward on Sept. 4.
Karen Piper moved to the desert as a child when her father began working at the China Lake naval weapons facility.
The Columbia City Council will hold another round of hearings on the budget Monday night. It also will revive the Henderson Branch sewer debate by introducing related ordinances.
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) A judge in Myanmar says he will deliver a verdict next Monday in the trial of two Reuters journalists that has become a key test of media freedom in the former military dictatorship.
MADRID (AP) A man attacked officers with a knife at a police station in Barcelona on Monday and was gunned down, police in the Spanish city said.
Government ends police force programme as Assad's forces close in on rebel-held areas The UK government is to end funding to a scheme to support the Syrian opposition, deeming the programmes now too risky to operate as the final rebel-held areas face imminent attack from Bashar al-Assad's forces. Funding to support the operations of the Free Syria police force is set to come to an end in September, with government sources conceding the Access to Justice and Community Service (Ajacs) programme had become too difficult to deliver. Related: 'Disappointing': UK revives aid scheme halted over alleged payments to Syrian jihadists Related: BBC in row over 'false claims' of cash for Syrian police being paid to jihadists Continue reading.
Eleven adults also died and 79 people were woundedBomb sold to Saudi Arabia was made by Lockheed Martin. The bomb dropped on a school bus in Yemen by a Saudi-led coalition warplane was sold to Riyadh by the US, according to reports based on analysis of the debris. Related: 'The sound of children screaming keeps replaying': a Red Cross nurse in Yemen Related: Yemen school bus bombing 'one of 50 strikes on civilian vehicles this year' Continue reading.
The new Cedar Ridge Elementary School opened its doors for the first day of school Tuesday morning.
Visitation will be 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug.
The Columbia City Council should allocate more funding to redesign the public transportation system to better suit the city's needs and to attract more riders.
Drew Juden, who was appointed to the post in January 2017 by former Gov. Eric Greitens, is leaving his $116,000 per year job at the request of Parson.
Riggs draws praise for careThe acclaim Berkshire County attracts for its arts and cultural scene is certainly deserved, but there is much more going on that deserves notice as well. On Wednesday,
Governor Mike Parson recently signed legislation to modify age requirements for marriage licenses in Missouri that will take effect on August 28.
. CAPE GIRARDEAU (AP) — Students in one Southeast Missouri State University dorm who don't want to leave their dogs or cats at home won't have to. The Southeast Missourian reports that the university this fall is allowing students in Myers Hall to live with their pets during a one-year pilot program.
Try that on a jury," quips former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara.
Last week, the company was a notable exception after a wave of other major tech companies banned Jones and his main channels. Jones cannot tweet on his main account for one week.
. Warning: The following contains spoilers of Sharp Object's seventh episode. Read at your own risk! When Camille (Amy Adams) was sent to Wind Gap to cover the story of the two murdered girls, her boss Curry (Miguel Sandoval) did so with the ulterior motive of helping his troubled reporter find closure ..
A small city in northern Italy holds 500 years of travel secrets
NEW YORK (AP) The Latest on U.S. newsrooms coordinating a series of editorials speaking up for a free press (all times local):
Congrats to all the happy dogs, cats, bunnies and other critters out there!
Finland's vocational education and training (VET) programs cover a range of occupations, and training is available to just about everyone.
NPR's Lakshmi Singh discusses the Pennsylvania attorney general's report with Terry McKiernan of Bishops Accountability; Catholic University of America professor Kurt Martens; and The American Conservative journalist Rod Dreher.