"If there's one thing that can get me to take off my mask, it's the data from the wastewater," one MU scientist said.
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Lane closures between East Ash and East Worley streets will begin 7 a.m. Monday.
Bowden was the first Columbia officer to be killed in the line of duty when she was mortally wounded during a routine traffic stop Jan. 10, 2005.
The commission administers low-income housing tax credits and other affordable housing programs.
Residents can sign up for email notices about the status of the vaccines and when they are available to them.
Agencies searched an empty building at the college early Friday morning and found no explosive devices.
Web-based content will be available for the public to engage with on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which is Jan. 18.
The chamber presented the five legislative priorities Thursday evening at its annual legislative reception.
Customers will be required to place their curbside trash in black bags with city logos beginning Feb. 1.
The St. Louis Democrat also supports expelling members of Congress who "incited" the mob.