This Week's Best
Here are the most read stories this week...
The letter, signed by 15 journalism faculty members, warned of a "chilling effect" for the program and university at large. Read more
Wayne Sells' post prompted the School Board to take steps to remove his name from the Rock Bridge High School athletic field. Read more
Merging with the main complex will save $20 million a year, MU Health Care CEO Jonathan Curtright said. Read more
After facing losses from the beginning months of COVID-19, its ongoing debt and an increase in mail-in ballots for the election, some legislators say the Postal Service needs the funds. Read more
The updated positivity rate is less than previously reported but still shows an upward trend. Read more
Sawdust Studios is a community woodworking shop with professional tools that can be used by members 24 hours a day. Read more
A panel of Missouri lawmakers asked UM System President and MU Chancellor Mun Choi to explain the university's COVID-19 plan. Read more
The latest endorsement from Biden comes as Galloway tries to unseat Republican Gov. Mike Parson on Nov. 3. Read more
Choi compared available ICU beds between Boone County and the county that’s home to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Read more
As well as CPS students returning in phases, fall sports will also return in a series of phases. Read more
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