Long-term care providers expressed concern after a Missouri-based testing lab was suspended over alleged inaccurate COVID-19 test results.
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The Missouri Times spoke with election officials from three counties of varying populations facing similar challenges.
Gov. Mike Parson released $5 million in funds from the CARES Act Wednesday to go towards Missouri’s six regional food banks.
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe released his campaign’s first television ad of the 2020 election cycle, highlighting his path to the statehouse.
Majority Floor Leader Caleb Rowden said his family has been “followed” “multiple times” over the past few months and has contacted law enforcement.
The Missouri Veterans Hall of Fame is set to hold its inaugural induction ceremony at the end of October, honoring its first class of inductees.
Finding a safe way to get students back to in-person learning was a priority this fall, according to University of Missouri System President Mun Choi.
Missouri’s POST Commission granted preliminary approval for the first law enforcement training academy to be hosted by a HBCU on Monday.
The federally acquired rapid-result COVID-19 tests are going to HBCUs and health care workers first, according to Missouri Department of Higher Education Commissioner Zora Mulligan.
The University of Missouri (MU) System would move to remote learning if experts suggested it, according to President Dr. Mun Choi.