“All of a sudden your day is totally different than the moments before.”
Bill creating the contribution was named Sahara's Law in memory of a 13-year-old who died of a brain tumor.
Reduction is part of the U.S. Army's plan to trim forces by 80,000 soldiers over the next several years.
Victim had gone to the home where he died to help a friend move.
The lightning-sparked fire spread to at least 2,000 acres amid triple-digit temperatures and destroyed 200 homes about 85 miles northwest of Phoenix.
The Pittsburgh Pirates surpassed St. Louis for the best record in baseball and the lead in the NL Central over the weekend.
Because of concerns about the effect of bills on city councils and 24-hour institutions, Nixon decided to veto a pair of bills.
The new law reverses a 6-month-old policy that had caused considerable stir in the Republican-led legislature. Lawmakers had convened several investigatory committees looking into the alleged violation of Missouri citizens' privacy rights.
EngagePoint will design, install and maintain an online enrollment program for Medicaid. The Oct. 1 release would help determine eligibility for pregnant women, parents and children. It would expand over time.
Business leaders are expecting growth to slow over the next few months.
Removing a cat's claws could mean taking away a tool for survival — but might make snuggling much more enjoyable.
“My life is full. I wouldn’t change anything.”
Police said the school's decision was related to an investigation of a sexual assault at a university residence hall.
A junior cornerback and senior safety for the Aggies were suspended from the team after being charged with misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief.
Residents believe the biggest danger is the smoldering trash, which sits the length of four football fields away from a second landfill that includes atomic waste from Cold War-era work done in St. Louis.
Platte County Circuit Judge Owens Lee Hulls Jr. agreed to defendant Mark Woodworth's change of venue request. It's still undecided whether Hull will call a jury from Platte County or bring in jurors from another county, as the state has requested.
It's a fine company, but FleishmanHillard may be an awkward choice for the School of Journalism Honor Medal.
“You might have one chance in life and that was my last chance.”
Mary R. Russell wants to improve civics education, expand "specialty" courts that focus on alcohol and drug offenses and make courts more accessible via the Internet.
“We both cried because I knew this was my future.”