Warmer today, sprinkles this evening

Thu Feb 27 04:24:55 PST 2020

Warmer today, sprinkles this evening

More sun overall today, along with a southwest wind, will boost temperatures into the upper 40s.

6 pm coverage - Branson, Ozark clinic now offering COVID-19 testing

Branson, Ozark clinic now offering COVID-19 testing

Cold Rain Tonight Chilly Saturday

A cold rain or drizzle is likely tonight with lows in the mid 30's. Saturday looks chilly with warmer weather Sunday.

BUDDY CHECK 3: Routine screenings on hold because of coronavirus

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Gov. Parson issues stay-at-home order for all Missourians

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.



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