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A cold rain or drizzle is likely tonight with lows in the mid 30's. Saturday looks chilly with warmer weather Sunday.
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As for those routine screenings and office visits, while they are on hold, you do have another option to at least check in with your doctor if you have a question or concern.
Gov. Mike Parson announced Friday that a stay-at-home order will take effect for Missouri in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The order starts Monday, April 6 and lasts from 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 24 according to Gov. Parson.
Springfield-Greene County Health Department Director Clay Goddard shared why it's so important to limit your contact with others.
“The CDC is not recommending the use of medical grade or surgical grade masks," President Donald Trump said, noting they need to be saved for medical professionals.
Singer-songwriter Bill Withers died Monday from heart complications at age 81. His beloved song “Lean On Me,” with its message of overcoming hardships together, feels as if it was “written for just this moment,” NBC News’ Harry Smith says.
We first met Burnell Cotlon in 2015, 10 years after Hurricane Katrina, when he opened the only grocery store in New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward. As the city faces the coronavirus pandemic, his store is critical for a community in need of food and supplies.
One Twitter user who uploaded a video captioned it, in part: "Wrongfully relieved of command but did right by the sailors."
New coronavirus cases are flooding emergency rooms in states like Michigan, Massachusetts, Louisiana and New Jersey. While some are stepping up protective measures, several governors are still refusing to implement stay-at-home orders. Cities like Los Angeles and New York are now urging citizens to cover their faces in public, but warn that medical-grade masks should be left for hospitals.