Missouri Woman Who Died of Coronavirus Worked for Red Cross
The youngest of the eight people to die of the coronavirus outbreak in Missouri was a 31-year-old Red Cross employee who was buried Tuesday.
Missouri Newspapers Trim Print Publication During Virus Crisis
The Southeast Missourian newspaper in Cape Girardeau is temporarily suspending three days of print publication.
Virus Concerns Lead To `Public’ Meetings Without The Public
Governors and state lawmakers have suspended or altered open-meeting requirements to allow elected officials to participate remotely.
Customers Cheer After Woman Gives Birth at Springfield Walmart
Customers cheered at a Walmart in Missouri after a woman gave birth to a baby girl in the store's toilet paper aisle.
Missouri Coronavirus Cases Nearly Double, From 28 to 47
The number of COVID-19 cases in Missouri has nearly doubled, going from 28 to to 47
Missouri Records Sixth Case Of The Coronavirus
Parson announced Monday a sixth case of the coronavirus in the state, this one in Greene County
Five Dead, Including Officer & Gunman, in Springfield Shooting
Police say five people including an officer and a gunman are dead after a shooting at a gas station in Springfield.
Missouri Lawmakers Say Avoid Capitol Over Virus Concerns
Missouri lawmakers are urging citizens to avoid the Capitol over concerns about the novel coronavirus.
Missouri Bill Would Restore Ex-felons’ Right To Vote Sooner
Most former felons in Missouri who were convicted of nonviolent crimes would get their right to vote back sooner under two proposals.
Lawsuit: Woman Called Black Co-workers ‘Boy,’ ‘Aunt Jemima’
An African American medical technician at a Kansas City hospital alleges in a lawsuit that a white employee called him “boy"