A person who was recently in the Truman Building has tested positive for coronavirus, the Office of Administration said Friday.
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The Missouri Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development has relaxed certain A+ Scholarship eligibility requirements as schools shutter amid the coronavirus crisis.
With concerns over the spread of COVID-19 ongoing, major automakers announced the halt of production at plants across the nation this week.
DESE sent guidance to public and charter schools late last week confirming basic formula payments will not be interrupted if student attendance is lower this year.
An individual who tested positive for COVID-19 in the Boone County area has died, the first fatal incident in Missouri, officials said Wednesday.
Citing the state of emergency order currently in place, Gov. Mike Parson announced the suspension of all April municipal elections until June.
There’s a history of storytellers who come from northeast Missouri, Allen Tatman says — and he is no exception.
Missouri’s strategy for responding to COVID-19 is to identify those who are affected as quickly as possible and isolate them, the DHSS director said.
A licensing reform bill sitting in the Senate could mitigate a potential medical professional shortage brought on by coronavirus in Missouri, Rep. Derek Grier said.