The Clay County Public Health Center, based on recommendations by the Center for Disease Control, is asking Northlanders to wear reusable cloth face masks when out in public and around other people.
LIBERTY — The Liberty Fire Department is collecting homemade masks after the department received several inquiries if they were seeking any donations, said Chief John Mills.
LIBERTY — Whether it's donations of hundreds of N95 masks or a sewing group offering to make masks for local hospitals, church groups are stepping up to aid those on the front lines in the local medical facilities.
LIBERTY — Effective April 1, restaurants licensed to sell alcoholic beverages within Liberty are temporarily permitted to sell them for take-home consumption. All to-go drinks must be in their original packaging, according to a city press release.
LIBERTY — While the Liberty Hospital Foundation has requested supplies and other support for Liberty Hospital’s frontline staff in the wake of a nationwide protective equipment shortage due to COVID-19, Dr. Raghu Adiga, Liberty Hospital’s chief medical officer who has a clinical focus in inf…
Most major airlines have trimmed their flight schedules as the number of passengers have dropped significantly amid concerns surrounding the spread of the coronavirus.
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson gave an update Tuesday, March 31, on the Missouri National Guard’s efforts to identify possible alternate care sites around the state in the fight against COVID-19.
LIBERTY — Due to increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases, Liberty Parks and Recreation closes its basketball, pickleball, volleyball and tennis courts, Bennett Park skatepark and all of Stocksdale Park by the end of day today, Tuesday, March 30, until further notice.
"This means that Dimetrious is in danger of going back to prison at any time," said Woods's lawyer Taylor Rickard.
The U.S. may lose many small, socially disadvantaged and beginning farms and the important markets they serve.
American loyalty was at the center of the trial over false and flimsy charges that man was a spy during World War I.
While speaking at a coronavirus task force briefing, President Trump said that this week and next will probably be the toughest in the fight against coronavirus and that "there will be a lot of death."
(The Center Square) – President Donald Trump took a solemn tone Saturday when addressing the nation during his daily press briefing on the novel coronavirus.
Missouri lawyers are fielding legal questions about COVID-19 and its impact on the lives of Missourians and livelihoods.
Hy-Vee, Inc. is announcing additional changes to its operations to help protect its employees and customers in response to the evolving coronavirus outbreak.
Beginning Saturday, April 4, Target stores nationwide will actively monitor and, when needed, limit the total number of people inside based on the store's specific square footage, according to a corporate press release.
KANSAS CITY — The KC COVID-19 Small Business Relief Loan Fund is a community-backed $5 million loan program intended to provide immediate relief to local, small businesses experiencing extreme economic disruption and financial strain as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
John Furner, president and CEO, Walmart U.S., and Kath McLay, president and CEO, Sam’s Club, announced Tuesday morning, March 31, addition steps the company is taking to help ensure the health and safety of its associates.
The first signs of spring are everywhere. Maybe you are noting them on your family calendar with your kids. Crocuses and daffodils poking up through dry leaves and songs of returning birds. Even in places where there aren’t mittens and woolen hats to put away, the first, fresh spring breezes…
LIBERTY — Stephanie Phillips, a Liberty High School graduate and current Pittsburg State University student, has decided to take her passion of cosplaying Disney princesses to reach out to children and families during this time of isolation due to the coronavirus.
Everyone can help stop the spread of COVID-19 disease by washing their hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose. If soap and water are not available, the Centers for Disease Co…
DEAR DR. ROACH: My question is about medical bracelets and necklaces. I’ve never seen any recommendations as to what conditions would warrant wearing one nor what the inscription should say. When are they either necessary or beneficial? — D.A.M.
The Missouri Department of Conservation decided to temporarily waive certain requirements for fishing while reminding people to follow public health recommendations during outdoor activities.