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Park Hills Man Injured in Traffic Accident

Park Hills Man Injured in Traffic Accident

Early Morning Traffic Accident Injures Park Hills Man
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Governor Parson Announces $47 Million In Additional Expenditure Restrictions

Governor Parson Announces $47 Million In Additional Expenditure Restrictions

These restrictions include reduced funding for nine state agencies, Office ...
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Country Days Not Rescheduled

Country Days Not Rescheduled

Chamber Will Not Reschedule Country Days this Year
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New study finds 612,800 Missouri workers directly impacted by COVID-19

New study finds 612,800 Missouri workers directly impacted by COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has led to an unprecedented economic shutdown as t...
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Jefferson County Burglary Suspects Captured

Jefferson County Burglary Suspects Captured

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Country Days Cancelled for 2020

Country Days Cancelled for 2020

Country Days, the annual large event for Farmington that's normally held th...
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Bonne Terre Woman Injured in Wreck

Bonne Terre Woman Injured in Wreck

Woman from Bonne Terre Injured in ATV Wreck
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Ground Beef Sold at Farming Schnucks Recalled

Ground Beef Sold at Farming Schnucks Recalled

This pertains to all ground beef products sold before 12:30 Saturday, April...
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Health Dept Cautiously Optimistic for Corona Virus

Health Dept Cautiously Optimistic for Corona Virus

It has been almost a week since the last corona virus case has taken place ...
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Special Giveaways From Discover Farmington

Special Giveaways From Discover Farmington

Farmington Tourism Group Helps Small Business With Giveaways
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Governor Parson Extends Stay at Home into May

Governor Parson Extends Stay at Home into May

Governor Mike Parson (R) has announced an extension of the Stay at Home sta...
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Missouri Allows TO GO Alcohol Sales

Missouri Allows TO GO Alcohol Sales

The Missouri Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control announced it is tempor...
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Farmington Woman Suffering Serious Injuries

Farmington Woman Suffering Serious Injuries

Woman Seriously Injured in One Car Wreck in Iron County
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Parson Says Next Two Weeks Crucial

Parson Says Next Two Weeks Crucial

Governor Parson saying decisions are about to be made statewide on stay at ...
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Missouri Self Employed, Gig Workers, Independent Contractors Encouraged to Apply for Unemployment Assistance

Missouri Self Employed, Gig Workers, Independent Contractors Encouraged to Apply for Unemployment Assistance

Under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, those who qualify will ...
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Federal Aid for Airports in MO

Federal Aid for Airports in MO

The Federal Aviation Administration will award over $152 million in airport...
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The Offsets Recreational Area Remains Closed

The Offsets Recreational Area Remains Closed

Offsets Recreational Facility Still Closed Under Permanent Injunction
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Arcadia Valley BBQ Battle Canceled

Arcadia Valley BBQ Battle Canceled

The event was originally scheduled to take place the weekend of June 13th.
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Autos 4 Autism Rescheduled for July

Autos 4 Autism Rescheduled for July

Autos 4 Autism Rescheduled for July
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Doe Run Woman Charged with Forgery

Doe Run Woman Charged with Forgery

Woman from Doe Run Charged with Felonies Over Checks
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State and Federal Agencies Working to Potentially Flip St. Louis Hotels into,

State and Federal Agencies Working to Potentially Flip St. Louis Hotels into, "Alternative Care Sites," In Case of a Surge in COVID-19 Patients

The build-out of an ACS does not guarantee that it will be utilized.
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State Recalls Masks Used by First Responders

State Recalls Masks Used by First Responders

Missouri Department of Public Safety Director Sandy Karsten says tens of th...
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St. Francois County Wreck

St. Francois County Wreck

St. Francois County Wreck Injures Three People
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One Car Wreck in Washington County

One Car Wreck in Washington County

One Car Accident Injures Man from Potosi
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