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By Associated Press
During a news conference Friday, clinic directors said their focus would now turn to making sure people have the information they need and working with allies to connect people with care in other states.
By Gabrielle Hays
Schools across the U.S. are getting some much-needed upgrades from the COVID relief package known as the American Rescue Plan. That's true in Missouri, where the state legislature decided how to allocate the federal money just weeks before it was…
By Gabrielle Hays, Lena I. Jackson
Every second matters during an emergency, says April Heinze, 911 operational director for the National Emergency Number Association (NENA), and not having enough people to answer calls means those seconds waiting add up quickly.
For the first time, the U.S. government released a report this month detailing the abuse and mistreatment of Native children who were forcibly sent to boarding schools in the 1800s. NewsHour’s St Louis community reporter Gabrielle Hays, who has been…
By Gabrielle Hays, Andrew Corkery
The Missouri House is advancing a bill to defund Planned Parenthood and put more restrictions on abortions.
By Brian Slodysko, Jim Salter, Summer Ballentine, Associated Press
Sheena Greitens also alleges in the affidavit that Greitens showed "unstable and coercive behavior" in the months leading up to his 2018 resignation as Missouri's governor following a sex scandal.
By Summer Ballentine, John Hanna, Associated Press
Legislation under consideration in Missouri shows that anti-abortion lawmakers in Republican-led states aren't likely to stop at banning most abortions within their borders.
By Hannah Grabenstein, Gabrielle Hays, Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado
In the absence of federal rules, employers across the country have found themselves navigating vaccine politics as state, local and national decision-makers offer their own, sometimes conflicting, guidelines.
Parents say while the Wentzville Board of Education is making decisions to cease contact tracing and the state leaders are taking action against the districts, they are left to figure out what to do.
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