Oklahoma's Bob Stoops, Texas's Mack Brown and Missouri's Gary Pinkel all spoke about realignment Monday.
The Welcome Place will debut at 5 p.m. Sept. 17 and is intended to be a more relaxed, discussion type service.
Justin Gillette, 28, of Goshen, Ind., was the overall winner of the 52nd annual Heart of America Marathon, held Monday in Columbia.
The boutique's young owner hopes to expand and requires a larger area for her merchandise.
George Hage, a Columbia resident, was part of the 84th Infantry that freed concentration camps during World War II.
Teammates on the defensive line are confident the unit's depth will help make up for the loss of captain Jacquies Smith, who will sit out Friday's game against Arizona State because of a dislocated elbow.
A small plane crashed near Bakersfield, and the fire it sparked grew to 3,500 acres. As of early Monday morning, it was at zero containment, and 100 homes were under an evacuation order.
Nine out of 10 terrorism cases tried at the federal level in the U.S. have ended in convictions. While that looks like success to some people, others are critical of how the government handles terrorism cases.
Monday's race was the 51st marathon Curtis Workman has completed in the past 51 weeks. The feat is part of a fundraising effort aimed at giving underprivileged children the chance to participate in a free training program and to compete in a marathon.
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Residents will get to speak about transit issues including fare increases and service cuts at this week's City Council meeting. Although PedNet director Ian Thomas says his organization is supportive of many elements of the city's long-term public transportation plan, his group wants the city to hold off on these changes until a new system can be put in place.
Some residents say they've been inconvenienced without any notice during the construction, which began Aug. 15.
The proposed sports incentives are part of the agenda for a special legislative session that starts Tuesday.
The Tigers tied for third with Purdue at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate on Monday in Verona, N.Y.
The new St. Mary's Elementary School was funded by various donations, including $950 from a 12-year-old who gave up birthday presents to raise money.
After a pit-stop penalty, Columbia NASCAR driver Carl Edwards recovered to win the race.
The wind-driven fires were partially propelled by winds from Tropical Storm Lee, authorities said. Two people died in the blaze.
Some of the girls at the Jim Marshall Cross Country Invitational fell as they crossed the finish line. Three race participants were taken to local hospitals.
The storm was forecast to move up the Tennessee River Valley on Tuesday, and warnings took effect in the area. But expert said any tornadoes aren't expected to be nearly as catastrophic as those that killed hundreds across the Southeast in April.
Decreased municipal bond issuances have lead to putting off important repairs and projects for cities nationwide, such as Kansas City.