For Flavia Bader, Janet Johnson and Gail Saxton, the Boston Marathon was divided into two widely contrasting segments – a tremendous race experience and a terrible, nightmarish aftermath following the detonation of two bombs that killed three spectators and seriously injured many others.
In the health care field, they’re called “never events” because they are never supposed to happen. But accidents and incidents of medical malpractice do happen – as evidenced by recent news reports of a brain surgery that went horribly wrong.
A bill that could drastically impact the laws regarding firearms in Missouri is on its way to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk.
The Ellisville City Council has passed a resolution that takes a step toward getting a new city hall.
“Fast & Furious 6,” “The Hangover Part III” and “Epic”