Worker at University Hospital has TB, hospital discloses

The hospital has begun taking steps to notify people who may have been exposed to the worker and testing individuals.

Good jobs are hard to fill

While technological advances kill off positions for journalists and assembly-line workers, the teachers, nurses and IT personnel of the world remain or become more in demand.

Boston Globe union votes against pay, benefit cuts

In a statement released after the vote, representatives for the Globe said they were disappointed with the outcome and had no "financially viable alternative" but to declare an impasse and impose the deeper wage cut to achieve the necessary savings.

UPDATE: Missouri inmate's lawyers relieved by stay of execution

But it's not clear how long Reginald Clemons' execution will be on hold.

High court delays Chrysler sale to Fiat

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg issued an order to delay the sale, which Fiat might back out of if the sale is not completed by June 15.

Columbia School Board to vote on 1 percent stipend

The money would be used to boost the salaries of hourly support staff and instructional aides. For support staff, the increase would begin with 21 years of service.

UPDATE: Missouri inmate's lawyers relieved by stay of execution

Reginald Clemons was schedule to be executed on June 17, but the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed to delay it in a one-sentence unsigned order. It is uncertain how long the execution will be on hold.

Obama, facing high unemployment, defends stimulus

President Obama responded to high unemployment figures and criticisms by highlighting new job growth goals and new projects that are part of the $787 billion stimulus plan. At the same time, he said he was not happy with the progress made so far and pressed his Cabinet to keep at it.

GM to cut Wentzville production in early August

The General Motors Corp. plant in Wentzville, Mo., will go from two shifts to one shift in early August. About 900 workers will be laid off.

City Council to hold special meeting tonight on police review board

The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. in the Daniel Boone City Building and will include a number of formal presentations and public feedback. Afterward, the City Council will have the option to vote on creating a Citizens Police Review Board.

Apple drops price of least expensive iPhone to $99

Two new iPhones will be available on June 19. Apple hopes the newer models will sell even though they will be more expensive than the original model, which is dropping to $99.

Ailing health insurers press for individual coverage

With high premiums and the economic downturn pushing customers away, and with many of the nation's baby boomers preparing to switch over to Medicare, the U.S. health insurance industry is looking for new ways to stay profitable.

Chrysler dealers scramble to unload vehicles

Dealers terminated by Chrysler have been busy clearing their lots. Some are in court arguing that dropping them won't save the company much money.

UPDATE: Robertsville man's body recovered in Mississippi River

Uriah Williams, 63, fell off his fishing boat into the Dardenne Slough on Monday afternoon.

MU students begin switching to Outlook Live Webmail

About 3,000 MU students have switched to Outlook Live Webmail since May 26, when the university officially opened access to the new student e-mail system.

MU will use one-time funding toward 'Caring for Missourians'

MU will use one-time funding toward 'Caring for Missourians' to temporarily advance the number of health care graduates from the university.

Missouri attorney general seeks to remove Dent County prosecutor

The list of allegations includes trying to refuse to file cases because of a budget dispute with county commissioners.

UPDATE: MU Health Care worker identified with active case of tuberculosis

An MU Health Care employee was removed from clinical duty and is being treated for tuberculosis. Officials are notifying others who may have been exposed to the worker.

Police arrest three suspects in parking garage robbery

Three teenagers were arrested Monday on suspicion of second-degree robbery in connection with an incident that occurred Saturday in a downtown parking garage.

5th Wall Productions puts on 'slapstick' Shakespeare

The group's final performances of "The Complete Works of Shakespeare, Abridged" will be at 6:30 p.m. from Thursday through Sunday at the Boone County Courthouse Amphitheater.