Out of an abundance of caution, Hy-Vee, Inc. is voluntarily withdrawing all varieties and all sizes of its Hy-Vee Potato Salad and Mealtime Potato Salad due to a presumptive positive microbial result on the line processing the potatoes.
A large Missouri hospital chain briefly stopped providing emergency contraception amid confusion over whether the state’s abortion ban could put doctors at risk of criminal charges for providing the medication, even for sexual assault victims.
Missouri’s Primary Election will be held on August 2nd and the General Election is scheduled for November 8th. So, the question for Fact Finders this week; Can you put political signs anywhere you want?
Missouri voters will have to show photo identification to cast a regular ballot in the November election as a result of a law signed Wednesday by Gov. Mike Parson that caps a nearly two-decade-long push by Republicans for stricter voting requirements.
The Springfield Police Department is in the early stages of having a group of mental health professionals available to go out with officers and eventually go out on their own when requested by officers, on the mission of helping people who are having a mental health crisis.