A new service will stream City Council meetings online starting in May.
Representative Rob Schaaf, a physician from St. Joseph, warned school children not to come to the Capitol in the last two weeks of the legislative session to prevent an outbreak of swine flu.
Producers believe the unfortunately named swine flu is the cause of recent steep declines in pork prices, despite the virus' irrelevance to the species. President Barack Obama has aknowledged this problem, and stated Wednesday that his administration would no longer refer to the virus as swine flu.
Now, Columbia residents can put their yard waste in any disposal container and set it out with their regular trash.
Jerry Wade, who represents Columbia's Fourth Ward on the City Council, said Wednesday the city and Boone County need to make changes to ensure adult education prepares local citizens to fulfill job opportunities, especially in the fields of technology and industry. He would like to see more collaboration between area higher education schools, and said Columbia is competing nationally with other cities where research in those areas is strong.
A judge has ordered National Beef Leathers not to destroy records that may be related to a lawsuit against them and the tannery's previous owners, Prime Tanning Corp.
Though the MU paintball team spoke in favor of the proposed paintball field near Lake Chaparral, the Boone County Commission sided with neighbors, who complained the field would be a disturbance of the peace.
The defendants allegedly used the MU network to send millions of spam e-mails, through which over $4.1 million in products were sold.
The Missouri House restored $31.2 million for the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center on Wednesday, two days after a House committee stripped the facility of the funds. The funding was reinserted into the $1.6 billion federal stimulus spending bill.
Stephens College will be hosting a '80s-themed prom for all class members as a fundraiser for the Deaf Institute's Teen Institute six-day high school camp.
The popular lake in northeast Missouri will get a federally-funded, $5.5 million makeover in the form of a 6,000-square-foot visitor's center.