The U.S. Supreme Court earlier this month allowed the federal vaccine requirement for health workers to move forward, the same day it blocked another rule that would have required workers at big companies to get vaccinated or face regular COVID testing requirements.
With a possible lawsuit from the state attorney general waiting if they decide to do it, the Springfield Board of Education will decide on Friday whether or not to reinstate a mask mandate for students when they return to in-person classes next week.
A Springfield, Mo. couple who participated in the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol apologized and said they got caught up in the crowd and former President Donald Trump’s urging them to march that day.
If you’ve visited a store lately to buy alcohol or tobacco, there’s a good chance the clerk wanted to scan your driver’s license. One of our viewers wants to know, “Are private companies keeping my information from the state of Missouri on file?”
2021 turns out to be a strong year for the Springfield Branson National Airport. But as inflation hits Americans hard and the Omicron variant continues to surge in the Ozarks, 2022 could be another year full of uncertainty.