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Springfield-Greene County Health Department reports 2 new COVID-19 deaths

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Trump campaign sign vandalized at Lake of the Ozarks

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Number of Missouri COVID-19 cases jumps by nearly 300; 4 state parks closed

VIDEO: Indiana woman creates goofy COVID-19 song to Beatles tune

‘Star Wars’ actor Andrew Jack dies of coronavirus at 76 in Britain

On Your Side: Missouri Attorney General takes legal action over price gouging

Mormon missionaries return to Ozarks early due to COVID-19 concerns

Coronavirus: Walmart to take workers’ temperatures, provide gloves and masks

Animal sanctuaries in Arkansas and Missouri respond to Netflix's 'Tiger King'

Arkansas may close some state parks over virus concerns

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Half-mile tunnel filled with over 4,000 pounds of drugs found near San Diego

1,300 pounds of cocaine, 86 pounds of methamphetamine, 17 pounds of heroin and 3,000 pounds of marijuana were found — a street value of about $29.6 million.

New data shows social distancing, stay-at-home orders may be factor in slowing spread of virus

Data from Kinsa Health shows parts of the country that have implemented safety measures, such as social distancing, have seen a decrease in the rates of fever, a key symptom of COVID-19.

Should Americans wear masks as protection during pandemic?

Public health experts have repeatedly urged Americans not to wear face masks unless they’re sick or caring for someone who’s sick, but the head of the CDC now says that guidance could be changing.

Health care workers speak on overwhelming toll of pandemic

As the virus continues to spread, the strain on the health care system is being felt across the nation.

Coronavirus: Medical workers rush to New York City as bed spaces fill up

FEMA sent hundreds of ambulances to help with record-breaking 911 calls in New York City, and temporary hospitals are opening as the city wages war on the virus.