Linda C. Niessen has been named the founding dean of the College of Dental Medicine at the Joplin campus of the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences.
The Missouri Supreme Court responded Monday to inquiries about proposed releases of inmates during the COVID-19 crisis by reminding the state’s judges of the governing court rules and statutory provisions, and deferring individual case decisions to those judges.
The global protective equipment shortage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a local 3D printing and engineering company to ramp up its printers to create free supplies like face shields for donation to those who need them.
A Crawford County, Kansas, woman who died Monday in a hospital emergency room is the first regional fatality of the COVID-19 virus.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Several reproductive rights groups sued Monday seeking to halt Gov. Kevin Stitt’s abortion ban on all but life-saving procedures.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Seeking answers to questions from residents, the Neosho City Council rejected an ordinance that would have established a stay-at-home order to limit the spread of COVID-19.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Missouri surpassed 1,000 on Monday and the state’s death toll rose to 13.
On the day it was scheduled to launch its annual Million Meals initiative to fight hunger, Arvest Bank on Monday instead announced it will provide 1 million meals to regional food partners.
The past few weeks have reminded me of a quote by Roy Bennett, who said, “You never change your life until you step out of your comfort zone; change begins at the end of your comfort zone.”
The Joplin Humane Society has implemented new preventive safety measures beginning Tuesday through April 19.