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Two Warren County residents are hospitalized with severe coronavirus and one had to be put on a ventilator after arriving at the hospital in the last 24 hours. One Saratoga County resident died, … more
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports one fatality and two people seriously injured in a motor vehicle wreck Friday, Nov. 13, at Highway 58 and Route O. The wreck occurred when a 2003 Chevrolet … more
WARRENSBURG — A collaborative agreement between the University of Central Missouri and the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law makes it possible for UCM students to complete a law … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri has been fighting the pandemic for nine months, and people are looking for some relief. A COVID-19 vaccine could be part of that relief. The state came out with a … more
WARRENSBURG — With other events canceled and social distancing precautions in place, the 13th Annual Dinner and Auction was hosted virtually. The event raised approximately $27,500 and had more … more
WARRENSBURG — With other events canceled and social distancing precautions in place, the Warrensburg Schools Foundation hosted the 13th annual Dinner and Auction virtually. The event raised … more
{{tncms-inline id="05244492-0aa5-4573-941c-0ba066c4cdc3" type="relcontent"}} Amidst increasing COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, deaths and another legal battle over the Affordable Care Act, open … more
George Clooney didn't know "how un-full" his life was until he met Amal Clooney. The 'Ocean's Eleven' star always thought he would never get married or have children, but he didn't realise how … more
Normani always felt like the "other" one in Fifth Harmony. The 'Dancing with a Stranger' hitmaker admits being in the girl group and constantly being compared to her fellow bandmates "took a toll" … more
Megan Fox has described being with Machine Gun Kelly as like "being in love with a tsunami". The 'Transformers' star admits the "intensity" between the two of them can be very "overwhelming" and … more
(The Center Square) — A ruling declaring a public sector collective bargaining law adopted by Missouri lawmakers in 2018 unconstitutional is not supported by evidence, state attorneys argued Monday … more
University of Virginia administrators are looking into reports of large student gatherings at which COVID-control rules are ignored as the fall semester winds down, including reported events this … more
JEFFERSON CITY — A panel of citizens is recommending raises for elected officials in Missouri. The Citizens’ Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials approved a preliminary plan … more
How well do you know Wisconsin? Here are 10 towns you may never have heard of before. more
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Financial-services firm Edward Jones is announcing a $6.5 million allocation to fund Alzheimer's Association research to advance possible treatments and … more
MOUNT PLEASANT — A Racine man has won a $120 million Wisconsin Lottery Mega Millions jackpot, from a ticket purchased at Kwik Trip, 4924 Spring St. Adrian Tongson, a regular Mega Millions … more
While Missouri may not be the most giving state in the U.S., at least it made the top half. The Show-Me sector of the union has come in at No. 24 on the list of "Most Charitable States" from … more
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- ClubReady, the leading provider of full-suite studio fitness and wellness club management software, today announced it will launch an integration … more
Delaware is moving backwards in its fight to get the novel coronavirus COVID-19 under control.  On Tuesday, November 17, 2020, Governor John Carney reintroduced some restrictions the First State … more
(The Center Square) – The leisure and hospitality industry has suffered the greatest job losses of any major industry, according to U.S. Department of Labor data. But how state budgets are impacted … more
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