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Springfield-Greene County Health Department confirms 6 new cases of COVID-19, public exposures


CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: See where cases are in the Ozarks, Missouri & Arkansas


Two employees at Signal in Mtn. View, Mo. test positive for COVID-19


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Laclede County health leaders confirm new case, release possible exposure list


Chase Elliott ends week of misery with overdue Cup victory


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New Zealand near eradication, but virus has grim global hold


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Springfield parents react to Springfield Public Schools options for summer school


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7 shot at Louisville protest over fatal police shooting


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Police across US speak out against Minneapolis custody death


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George Floyd protest turns deadly; Minneapolis mayor requests National Guard

"We can have peaceful demonstrations," Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said. "But I also have to ensure the safety of everyone in the city."

With 100,000 dead from coronavirus, U.S. sees its promise and flaws far more clearly

As the country reaches a painful milestone, we reflect on four months of covering the coronavirus pandemic.

Weekly initial jobless claims hit 2.1 million

Lack of child care is complicating a return to work for many people.

Trump warns 'when looting starts, shooting starts' as Minneapolis burns

"These THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd, and I won’t let that happen," President Donald Trump tweeted after three days of looting and fires.

Minneapolis police precinct on fire as protests rage on

Gov. Tim Walz activated the state's National Guard and lawmakers pleaded for peace as protests and looting continued in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area.