Here's a running look at how coronavirus concerns and precautions are impacting state and local governments and more.
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The Missouri AFL-CIO created a coronavirus task force because the state “is moving too slowly to protect workers” during the global pandemic.
University of Missouri System President Mun Choi has been appointed interim chancellor for the University of Missouri-Columbia.
DogMaster, like many other breweries and distilleries across the country, has adapted to life during a global pandemic to serve its community in a new way.
Local nurse Sarah Oerther has announced her campaign to be the next Phelps County Commissioner for District 1.
An offender who was being monitored for a respiratory condition has tested positive for coronavirus, the Missouri Department of Corrections said.
Two Missouri lawmakers have asked DPS to temporarily waive the restriction of businesses selling mixed drinks for off-premise consumption.
A St. Louis-based union has asked Gov. Mike Parson to officially designate grocery, food processing, pharmacy, and other retail employees as “first responders.”
As state Rep. Joe Runions remains hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus, the Kansas City-area Democrat said his concern is with hospitals and their staff during this time.