Health Care

Rural areas in Missouri and Kansas send their sickest patients to...

Registered nurse Pascaline Muhindura has spent the past eight months treating COVID patients at Research Medical Center in Kansas City. But when she returns home...

With no statewide mandate in Missouri, more local governments are requiring...

In early July, the Columbia City Council passed an ordinance requiring everyone over 10 years old to wear a face mask when in close...

Washington at a standstill as states face the loss of federal...

WASHINGTON — The number of coronavirus infections across the country is swelling at a perilous time for state governments, just weeks before federal support...

Tyson hires former AG Eric Holder to investigate claims of betting...

Tyson Foods’ CEO announced Thursday he has hired former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to lead an “independent investigation” into a lawsuit’s claims that...

Lawsuit: Tyson managers in Iowa bet money on how many workers...

A wrongful death lawsuit tied to COVID-19 infections in an Iowa pork processing plant alleges that during the initial stages the pandemic, Tyson Foods...

Utilities offer help to Missourians behind on bills. Will that mean...

Almost half a million customers of Missouri’s regulated utilities were behind on their bills in September, and 185,000 were working on payment plans to...

Missouri Republicans hope to shield businesses from COVID lawsuits

Missouri businesses are pushing for sweeping legislation that aims to shield them from lawsuits alleging COVID-19 was contracted on their premises. Under the bill proposed...

Older adults in Kansas City facing increased anxiety, depression during the...

Before Vickie Smith’s husband died in 2017, the couple frequented the Don Bosco Senior Center in the Columbus Park neighborhood almost daily to play pool and...

As Missouri COVID cases surge, what does it mean to be...

Cat O’Toole says she did everything right to protect herself and others from COVID-19.  “I am strict about mask wearing,” said O’Toole, who works as...

COVID-19 cases force Missouri Senate to delay meetings for special session

COVID-19 cases among members and staff of the Missouri Senate will force it to postpone consideration of an emergency spending bill and pandemic liability...

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