KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri’s health department on Tuesday reported 15 positive cases of coronavirus as state and local governments took additional steps to limit large gatherings in an attempt stem the virus’ spread. Meanwhile, the state’s governor warned…
Blood banks nationwide are fearful of blood supply shortages as community blood drive events continue to cancel amid the COVID-19 outbreak and ill-informed rumors about the disease keep circulating on the internet.
A long-awaited trail connecting Missouri Southern State University to the Northpark Mall area will be completed as the result of City Council action to authorize a construction contract for the project.
The number of COVID-19 cases being reported in Missouri nearly doubled today, from eight, reported last night, to 15 being reported this evening, according to a statement from Missouri Gov. Mike Parson.
A southern Missouri lawmaker last weekend proposed doubling the funding for the state’s Share the Harvest program and wants to include feral hog meat next year along with venison.
The Springfield-based Community Foundation of the Ozarks has launched the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund to accept charitable donations to support nonprofits affected by disruptions from the coronavirus outbreak.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Laura Kelly is closing all K-12 schools through the end of the semester, moving instruction online as the state responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
Schools across several districts in the Joplin area will close for an extended period in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.
DIAMOND, Mo. — George Washington Carver National Monument has canceled its indoor ranger-led programs for the rest of the month.
QUAPAW, Okla. — Downstream Casino Resort will cease all operations through April 2.