Here’s a look at where masks are required in Missouri.
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Missouri’s rape kit law — the measure adding greater protections for sexual assault victims signed by Gov. Mike Parson earlier this year — is facing legal questions over its constitutionality.
As the coronavirus pandemic has spread, Gov. Mike Parson has issued 14 executive orders to mitigate COVID-19.
At least 257,822 Missourians have tested positive for coronavirus.
“It could put not just ourselves, but our families and other people we come in contact with on the tour at risk.”
The Missouri Senate has postponed the ongoing extraordinary session due to COVID-19 cases among its members and staff.
Rep. Kip Kendrick is leaving the legislature to serve as Greg Razer’s chief of staff in the Senate.
Lauren Gepford has resigned as the executive director of the Missouri Democratic Party effective Dec. 13.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft found “no probable cause” Auditor Nicole Galloway violated state law and misused her office during the 2020 campaigns.
Some local officials — including in Kansas City and St. Louis County — have urged their schools not to follow the new relaxed statewide guidance for when to quarantine.