Columbia's Internet and phone services will be down Wednesday night for scheduled maintenance.
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education reinstated three years of accreditation for the MU School of Medicine. The probation dealt with the institutional administrative component of the school, not individual residency programs.
Smith is on the Pro Bowl roster for the first time in his nine-year career.
Doing so will require impartial information.
A controversial bill that would mandate refunds for Medicare policy cancellations and issue guidelines for selling practices was proposed to the Senate.
A federal program called Lifeline provide free cell phones and minutes to low-income Columbia residents.
Jessra Johnson, the Tigers' leading scorer, is soft spoken off the court, which can make her seem aloof at times. But, as her coach and teammates will tell you, she is a very caring person.
The three bills in the House and one in the Senate are part of a major focus on ethics reform this session.
Commercial and residential customers can receive reabtes for energy-saving products this year.
The Missouri Senate passed a bill that would require insurance companies to cover treatment for autism. Eager to sign it into law, the governor now waits for the approval of the House of Representatives.