Push for recreational marijuana in Missouri

Fri Feb 14 16:45:52 PST 2020

Push for recreational marijuana in Missouri

Andrew Havranek reports.

Springfield's Safe to Sleep women's shelter reopens after COVID-19 shutdown

The Director with Safe to Sleep said their housing capacity was cut in half because of the pandemic.

Scattered Storms Friday: Slightly Cooler

Scattered storms are forecast again Friday. Slightly cooler weather is expected as we head into the weekend.



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New Jersey’s casinos have reopened, along with amusement rides and water parks. Beaches are open, though at reduced occupancy levels.

Transgender advocacy group launches Spanish-speaking crisis hotline

Trans Lifeline's new Spanish-speaking service will operate 24/7, completely staffed by transgender operators.

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Ketamine, a powerful sedative, might be given by paramedics to calm people who appear agitated. But some medical and legal experts question its use during police calls.

Schools want to reopen. The question is safety — and the problem is money.

"They're caught between a rock and a hard place, and the biggest fear is they're going to be forced to open schools without the safety guidelines."