St. Louis officials are considering whether to restore some restrictions on social gatherings after the state reported its second-largest single day increase in new cases of the coronavirus.
A former Missouri pharmacist who pleaded guilty in a scheme to dilute tens of thousands of prescriptions for seriously ill patients to boost profits is being released from prison early because of the coronavirus, according to an attorney for the victims.
The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus is rising sharply in some areas near St. Louis, and hospitalizations in the region are starting to increase, too.
Missouri prisoners are raising health concerns because guards are not always required to wear face masks during the coronavirus pandemic.
Zoe Linza is retiring after 14 years with BAMSL, which formally announced that it is seeking applicants for Linza’s successor.
The rapidly rising number of confirmed new coronavirus cases has prompted facial- covering requirements in several areas of Missouri, including the state's largest city.
The Missouri Supreme Court said July 9 that Missouri’s in-person bar exam will take place as scheduled this month, despite calls from students and the deans of all four of Missouri’s law schools to cancel it as COVID-19 cases rise.
Missouri school districts will be allowed to have students attend every other day and learn remotely on alternating days, helping schools avoid fund penalties related to attendance.
A surge in coronavirus cases is proving worrisome in the popular southwestern Missouri tourist destination of Branson.
Missouri is one of several states to report outbreaks at summer camps.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to withhold federal funding if schools don’t reopen in the fall, and he lashed out at federal health officials over school reopening guidelines that he says are impractical and expensive.
The Treasury Department’s Payroll Protection Program approved applicants from a broad swath of industries, including law firms and private equity companies.
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