Joel Schwartz, the couple's lawyer, said a search warrant was served Friday evening and that the gun Mark McCloskey was holding in the video was seized.
A Cole County judge denied the motion for a preliminary injunction sought by the Missouri NAACP and League of Women Voters.
The project costs will be split between the city of Columbia and Columbia Public Schools.
The society will reduce hours of operations due to the reduction of staff.
The Health Department adjusted plans due to the rapid rise of COVID-19 cases. Meanwhile, Columbia's mandatory mask ordinance is now in effect.
The state has received applications from 60,054 medical marijuana patients and approved cards for 54,784 of them.
MU College of Education faculty criticized the removal of Kathryn Chval as dean in a meeting with campus leaders Tuesday.
Columbia's leaders face difficult decisions about the future of trash and recycling service.
MU has laid off 165 total employees as the UM System faces over $85 million in total state cuts since March.
Kansas City will no longer punish people for marijuana possession, effectively decriminalizing it throughout much of the city.
People who work in high-impact COVID-19 positions, such as doctors and nurses, are among those who are eligible.
MU will follow the city of Columbia's mandatory face mask ordinance on campus this fall.
Police cleared protesters who had camped outside the St. Louis City Hall calling for the ouster of Mayor Lyda Krewson.
Federal assistance will be available to help 19 counties with the expense of responding to and recovering from the storm.
After COVID-19 budget restrictions, Missouri will get federal money to help universities and future job training programs.
An MU College of Education department chair resigned Wednesday, a day after Kathryn Chval was removed as dean of the college.