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Columbia Clinic to Resume Providing Abortions in August

Missouri’s only other abortion clinic is in St. Louis.


NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 09:  Workers with the union 32BJ, many of them airline cabin cleaners, terminal cleaners and wheelchair attendants, participate in a class on how to better protect themselves from infectious diseases in the wake of increased concerns around the Ebola virus on October 9, 2014 in New York City. The infectious disease training classes will be ongoing and teach members how to wear protective clothing and to safely handle potentially harmful body fluids they may come in contact with. It was announced on Wednesday that five airports across the United States will start screening passengers arriving from Ebola-affected countries in West Africa.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Health Official: ‘We Are Prepared for a Possible Ebola Patient in Missouri’

Missouri health department director says there’s probably a little bit of an overreaction from the public, but it’s better to be prepared.


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Local Flu Numbers Continue To Rise

451 new cases have been reported in the past week for a total of 2,088 confirmed so far in Missouri. That’s a nearly ten-fold increase over annual averages.


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Missouri Toddler’s Death Linked to E. coli Infection

The Boone County medical examiner says the death of a 2-year-old boy from central Missouri has been linked to E. coli.


Salmonella outbreak

A Dozen Cases of Salmonella Confirmed in Missouri

People who recently bought cantaloupes grown in southwestern Indiana are being advised to throw them out.


Mo Lt. Gov Peter Kinder stumping in Chesterfield

Lt. Governor Kinder Moves Closer to Run for Governor

Mystery remains about $150,000 one donor wanted back.


Students begin school in Joplin, Missouri

Parents In Joplin Find Void In Day Care Centers

“I have a couple of different friends who lost their day care centers in the tornado,” Jill Michel said. “I have been in on those conversations. To hear the numbers, well, it’s just staggering.”


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Indiana Company Quits Missouri Medicaid Contract

The CEO of SynCare LLC said that the contract she viewed as a mission to help the disabled and elderly had become a public relations debacle.


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