Grab-and-Go, a program run by Columbia Public Schools, launched today.
The new grade option would not affect semester or cumulative GPA. An "unsatisfactory" grade would simply result in no credit.
"We're still 60-90 days away from getting through this virus, and that's kind of a best-case scenario," Gov. Mike Parson said.
Construction on I-70 starting next week will continue for several months.
Two days into the order, 29 complaints were filed against businesses and 49 were filed against individuals.
Local chefs, Columbia Public Schools and Broadway Diner all provided meals to those in need.
Patients with respiratory issues can receive treatment from their car.
The man was described as a white male in his 30s, according to a tweet from the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
'Scrappy Meals' are for those who need help during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Due to the stay-at-home order, citizens have been limited to leaving home only for necessities like grocery shopping, exercising and going to the hospital. The trails and parks of Columbia have attracted walkers, joggers and bikers, as people try to breathe fresh air while practicing social …
"He was such a keen and wonderful observer of so many things," Jim Curley, Missouri Photo Workshop colleague, said.
"He just really had this unerring love for being around people," said Bob's son Kim Humphreys.
Churches in Columbia are adapting to the COVID-19 crisis.
Lead pastor Jeremy Risner said church is not contained within the four walls of the building.
"We are very prepared for this event,” Assistant Fire Chief Brad Fraizer said.
The device is being inspected by the University Hospital's infection control team.
A University Hospital physician design a device to better protect hospital staff and first responders.
Missouri cases continue to climb as the city utilizes a hotel to limit the spread of COVID-19 for the homeless population.
Local feed stores have seen an increase in the sale of live chickens since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Judge Jodie Asel required the man being held in contempt of court to be jailed 24/7 while the stay-at-home order is in place.
The CoMo Crisis Shelter was created by Second Ward Councilman Mike Trapp and his brother, John Trapp.
Power outages in central Columbia affected approximately 1,132 people and lasted about three hours early Saturday morning.