Missouri Health Director Who Worked For Two Governors Resigns
Missouri's health director has resigned.
Missouri House Passes Bill For Guns In Churches, Buses
Missouri's GOP-led House has passed a bill that would allow guns in churches and on public transportation.
‘Downtown Pavilion Project’ Announced In Public-Private Partnership Deal
A public-private partnership between the City of Sedalia and developer Furnell Companies aims to create an outdoor venue space in downtown Sedalia.
WATCH: Derek Chauvin Found Guilty in Death of George Floyd
A verdict has been reached in the trial of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin.
Increased Coronavirus in Sedalia Sewage Plant: What It Means
There are a few nuggets of information in this week's Pettis County COVID-19 Task Force Briefing worth mentioning. Increased Coronavirus at a sewage plant is one item.
UPDATE: Ramp Closure Scheduled for MO 7 to Westbound I-70 on April 23
MoDOT Kansas City will be making pavement repairs that will require the CLOSURE of the northbound and southbound MO Route 7 on ramp to westbound I-70. That work has been rescheduled to begin at 8 p.m. on Friday April 23, until approximately 4 a.m. the following morning.
Fauci Says CDC Will Decide if COVID-19 Vax Boosters are Necessary
So who determines whether or not we need to get a booster, or whether a COVID-19 vaccine becomes a yearly immunization shot?