Keith Comfort, who confessed to the Aug. 4, 2006, murder of his wife, Megan Nicole Shultz, was booked Tuesday into Boone County Jail.
The case is under investigation, but no foul play is suspected, according to a MU spokesperson.
New Hall, which administrators expect to be at capacity with 150 students this fall, welcomed its first group of students for move-in Wednesday.
The trial may head into next week.
The Columbia City Council held its first public hearing on the proposed budget for fiscal 2020 on Monday night.
The city will be able to dim and brighten the new lights, which should be installed in about a year.
The Missouri Department of Transportation will foot most of the bill for replacing a span over Hart Creek on Hartsburg Bottom Road.
A project at Aldeah Avenue and West Ash Street is intended to address flooding. A public meeting will be held Wednesday night to discuss the the plan.
Jason Boley was arrested Monday and has been released on bail.
Police were called to Westbrook Drive in Hartsburg after a woman reported an assault with a weapon.
The new program will teach citizens about the Highway Patrol's role in law enforcement.
In order to be eligible, an applicant must be a resident of Columbia and have an income that is less than 185% of the federal poverty level.
Permit holders who have parked in hourly designated spaces since the garage's closure Friday need to move their cars by 8 a.m. Wednesday to avoid ticketing.
The council voted 5-1 to approve the addition of medical marijuana licensing rules.
Boone Hospital Center trustees told the public they will seek independent management after BJC HealthCare's lease agreement expires in 2020. Bob McDavid will be appointed to replace Neuner.
As Columbia police continue to investigate the remains of an infant found Thursday, Mark Beary, who works with the Boone County Medical Examiner, talked to the Missourian about what a forensic anthropologist does.
Listeners can now tune in to 98.9 FM to access the same broadcast as the AM station.
The collaboration between Truman Veterans' Hospital and the University of Missouri School of Law Veterans Clinic is designed to make access to resources easier for veterans.
The Business Loop Community Improvement District and Regional Economic Development are advancing a plan to transform the former Ellis Fischel Cancer Center cafeteria into a shared commercial kitchen.
A combination of high heat and thunderstorms is forecast Monday through Sunday.
Robin Wenneker has previously served on boards at MU, including the Mizzou Alumni Association and the CAFNR Foundation.
MU started the Fall semester on Monday. Over 5,000 new students began their first semester. The freshman class grew by more than 16% compared to last fall, according to MU News Bureau.