KSIS 1050 is keeping the Sedalia and Warrensburg areas informed about COVID-19
It's Time for Health Officials to Rethink Covid Messaging
The experts are still talking about COVID-19, but is anyone listening? It's time for health officials to rethink COVID-19 messaging. I have some suggestions.
Missouri Governor Declares `The COVID-19 Crisis Is Over’
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson says “the COVID-19 crisis is over" in Missouri.
Mandate Ends in St. Louis on Anniversary of First Missouri Case
On the second anniversary of Missouri’s first COVID-19 case, St. Louis city’s mask mandate has ended.
62 Missouri School Districts Temporarily Closed In January
State education officials say COVID-19 has caused 62 Missouri school districts to temporarily close for one or more days in January.
Stressed Kansas & Missouri Hospitals Hunt For Ventilators
Doctors in Kansas and Missouri are hunting down ventilators and running out of monoclonal antibodies
Schools React With Various COVID-19 Rules As Classes Resume
Stephens College, a private women's college in Columbia, will offer only remote classes for the first two weeks of the semester.
Covid-19 and the Flu Causing Longer Wait Times at Bothwell ER
Increased demand for Covid-19 testing and respiratory illnesses from Covid-19 and the flu is causing longer wait times for patients of Bothwell Regional Health.
Seth Meyers Cancels Week of Shows After Testing Positive For Covid
‘Late Night’ is taking the rest of the week off.
Chiefs Steelers Game at Arrowhead On Sunday Could Be Postponed
COVID-19 continues to impact the Kansas City Chiefs going into Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Arrowhead Stadium and could postpone the game.
As the Omicron Variant Spreads Will Our Lives Be Disrupted Again?
The news stories I've been seeing over the past few days about Covid-19 spreading are starting to concern me. Could our lives be disrupted again?