After facing a recount and flipping a seat after Election Day, incoming Rep. Betsy Fogle is looking forward to her time in the statehouse.
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There have been 313,421 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Missouri and 4,122 deaths.
The Department of Health and Senior Services has opened a public hotline operated by medical professionals around the clock: 877-435-8411.
Testing sites can be found here.
Nearly 100 people participated in an "all hands on deck" COVID-19 vaccination readiness drill, or "tabletop," in Missouri this week.
CDC partners will arrive to bolster the efforts of local schools to provide a safe learning environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Missouri Veteran’s Commission (MVC) was unprepared when coronavirus cases surged in veterans’ homes this fall, according to a new report.
Rep. Donna Baringer implored Gov. Mike Parson to extend remote voting options through the spring municipal elections as COVID-29 cases rise.
Missouri is partnering with Texas-based Vizient, Inc. to bring more than 700 new hospital staff to aid the state’s health centers.
The PSC ordered the state’s utilities to file suggestions on the recovery of past-due customer payments resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
With a little more than a month before lawmakers are due back in Jefferson City for the 2021 legislative session, pre-filing opened Tuesday.
The Missouri Senate passed the $1.2 billion supplemental budget bill Wednesday, advancing it to the governor for final approval.