Drop-offs will be accepted at specific locations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Final pavement repairs will result in additional lane restrictions through 5 p.m. Friday, according to a Department of Public Works news release.
No make up date has been announced.
MU student Lauren Sedlacek recently developed a nutrition and curriculum plan for Grade A!, an after-school program at For His Glory Ministries.
Mary Mildred Dothage, 88, was married to her husband Waldo Dothage for more than 60 years. They met in San Francisco during World War II, when he served in the Navy and she helped with the wartime effort.
Mrs. Dierker loved her family, her country home and the mountains.
Betty "Jean" Dierker loved her family, her country home and the mountains.
Mary Dothage enjoyed traveling and spending time with friends and family.
The Columbia Cemetery was established two centuries ago in 1820.
The Blues have now made the playoffs in consecutive seasons for the first time since 2003-04.
The education bill removes the designation of Missouri Southern as a "statewide institution of international and global education."
Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas is the favorite to be the site of the first national championship game in the new system.
After going 2-14 to match the worst finish in franchise history, the Chiefs will have the top pick in the NFL draft for the first time.
A day after the Senate passed a budget plan packed with attention-grabbing cuts, an analysis of those cuts indicates that some could have unintended consequences.
Family members said Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of two Boston Marathon bombing suspects, fell under the influence of a Muslim convert who steered him toward a strict strain of Islam.
Workers used chain saws and heavy equipment to remove what was left of the once-lush hardwoods as throngs of people stood by taking photos, reminiscing and crying while crews dropped stumps next to piles of sawdust.
A high-tech computer program that would match photos of people applying for or renewing their driver's licenses with of existing photos in the state's driver's license database, might lose funding or be canceled.
A proposal to issue $1.2 billion in bonds to fund construction projects at college campuses, parks and other state facilities has been sent back to a committee by the Missouri House of Representatives.
Monsanto Co. says it will add 36 new greenhouses, offices, laboratory space and "plant growth chambers," in an expansion planned for its research center in suburban St. Louis that could bring 675 jobs to the region.
Missouri's sheriffs already have the responsibility of receiving concealed carry applications, reviewing applicants' backgrounds and issuing paper permits.