Some showers and storms across the northern parts of the Ozarks will dissipate this evening, leaving the area with partly cloudy to mainly clear skies and muggy conditions overnight. Lows will only drop down into the mid 70s, but heat index values will stay in the upper 70s and low 80s.
Just a week before fall classes begin at Missouri State University, the school has made a couple of changes in key areas, updating the mask policy to include face coverings inside all buildings and giving freshmen, who usually have to stay on-campus in their first year, the opportunity to take online classes at-home instead.
Thousands of Missouri students will return to class on August 24, as the state allowed each individual district to decide what was best for their students and staff for the fall semester during the coronavirus pandemic.
A paramedic in Arkansas is opening up about her father passing away from COVID-19 at just 56 years old. Her dad was a nurse, and she wants people to know what her dad meant to her and how the virus can affect anyone.
Angelina Jolie asked Monday that the private judge overseeing her divorce from Brad Pitt be disqualified from the case because of insufficient disclosures of his business relationships with one of Pitt’s attorneys.
Missouri’s top health official insists a statewide mandate for masks and social distancing doesn’t make sense, even though the federal government has designated the state a “red zone” for new coronavirus cases.
President Trump signed an executive memorandum over the weekend allowing for payroll taxes on Social Security to be suspended from September through the end of the year. That will save working Americans some money in the short-term, but when the "tax holiday" is over you'll still be responsible for the tax meaning unless something changes, you'll have to pay it later.
The Marion County sheriff in Arkansas says he may have to make a devastating decision to cut down his staff because of a budget error in the general fund. But the county judge says the sheriff is just playing politics.
During the compliance review process for all new medical marijuana facility licenses, the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) determined certain infused product manufacturing facilities submitted duplicative applications for licensure and therefore received multiple licenses for a single proposed facility.