Winston Churchill's granddaughter and great-grandson pay respects [Photo]

Duncan Sandys and Edwina Sandys lay a wreath at the sculpture of Winston Churchill at the National Churchill Museum in Fulton on Saturday. Duncan Sandys is Churchill's great-grandson and Edwina Sandys is Churchill's granddaughter.

PHOTO GALLERY: America's Service of Remembrance for Winston Churchill [Gallery]

People gathered in Fulton on Saturday for a remembrance service for Winston Churchill in the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury.

PHOTO GALLERY: Ernie Banks dies at 83 [Gallery]

Ernie Banks, baseball Hall of Fame slugger and two-time MVP award recipient, died Friday. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2013.

Yemeni President resigns [Photo]

Yemeni protesters burn representations of French, American and Israeli flags during a demonstration Friday to show their support for Houthi Shiite rebels in Sanaa, Yemen.

Judge strikes down Alabama same-sex marriage ban [Photo]

Cari Searcy, left, and Kim McKeand pose for a portrait with their son Khaya in Mobile, Alabama. Alabama became the latest state to see its ban on same-sex marriage fall to a federal court ruling on Friday.

President Obama awards Ernie Banks with Presidential Medal of Freedom [Photo]

President Barack Obama awards Baseball Hall of Famer Ernie Banks with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Nov. 20, 2013, during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington.

Former first lady and Ernie Banks pose for photo [Photo]

In a 1996 photo, first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton poses for photographers with Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks on Aug. 28 during a visit to Chicago's famed Billy Goat Tavern. The tavern was the inspiration for the long-running "Saturday Night Live" skit about a "cheezborger, cheezborger" joint.

Legends of baseball take a break during taping [Photo]

Willie Mays, center, shares a joke with Mickey Mantle, left, and Reggie Jackson, during a break in the taping of ABC-TV's "Mr. Belvedere" on Aug. 10, 1989, in Pacific Palisades, California. The legends of baseball are featured in the season premiere of the show.

Ernie Banks celebrates 500th home run [Photo]

After hitting his 500th home run in the second inning against Atlanta on May 13, 1970, Cubs' first baseman Ernie Banks turns toward the stands to hold up the ball he hit into the left field bleachers. Cubs won, 4-3, in 11 innings.

Ernie Banks gets 2,500th base hit [Photo]

Chicago Cubs first baseman Ernie Banks connects with the ball for the 2,500th base hit of his major league career. The blow came off the pitching of St. Louis Cardinals Bob Gibson in the fifth inning of the first game of a double-header on Sept. 19, 1969, at Wrigley Field in Chicago.

The Rev. Russell Moore leads discussion [Photo]

The Rev. Russell Moore, left, director of the Southern Baptist’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, leads a discussion during the group's national conference in Nashville on Oct. 28. Moore is one of several white leaders calling for multiethnic congregations in the wake of the unrest spurred by the killings of black men by white police officers in Ferguson and New York City.

Ernie Banks dies [Photo]

Chicago Cubs' Ernie Banks poses in 1970. The Cubs announced Friday night that Banks had died. The team did not provide any further details. Banks was 83.

FROM READERS: Jacob Agliata with his mother [Photo]

Jacob Agliata's mother holds him in the hospital during his short life on Dec. 20, 2000. Agliata had a blockage in his bladder that ruined his kidneys and led to his death.

FROM READERS: Jacob Agliata in the hospital [Photo]

Jacob Agliata was born Dec. 20, 2000. He lived for only a few hours. His father, John Agliata, has written two books on suffering and the loss of a child.

Mike Helton stands among diesel Volkswagens [Photo]

Mike Helton stands among diesel Volkswagens on Jan. 12. Helton works as a salesman for Joe Machens Volkswagen on Vandiver Drive.

Passats sit on lot at Joe Machens [Photo]

Volkswagen Passats sit on the lot at Joe Machens Volkswagen on Wednesday. Despite a dip in sales in the last few months of 2014, Joe Machens sales professional Anthony Heaper says the Passat's high fuel economy keeps the vehicle popular.

GRAPHIC: How does an SCR System work? [Graphic]

Selective Catalytic Reduction systems are a new kind of emissions control system for diesel engine vehicles.The system uses diesel exhaust fluid, an ammonia-based liquid, to turn nitrogen oxide — a pollutant — into nitrogen, oxygen and a small amount of carbon dioxide. The diesel exhaust fluid tank is stored where a spare tire would go in a normal car. This system can reduce emissions in diesel vehicles to meet 2010 Environmental Protection Agency standards.

Diesel exhaust fluid locations around Columbia [Graphic]

The Environmental Protection Agency requires diesel vehicles to use diesel exhaust fluid, injected into the exhaust stream, to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides into the air. Diesel exhaust fluid is available in
Columbia, typically at outlets close to highways.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri wrestlers beat Oklahoma State 22-10 [Gallery]

No. 3 Missouri wrestling beat No. 7 Oklahoma State 22-10 Friday during a dual at the Hearnes Center. The win improved Missouri's record to 16-0.

J'den Cox attempts to take down Luke Bean [Photo]

Missouri sophomore J'den Cox attempts to take down Oklahoma State Cowboys sophomore Luke Bean at Hearnes Center on Friday. The Tigers won the meet 22-10.