Some local school districts are moving towards hybrid or in-person instruction. Should you send your child back to class with a face shield?
The University of Kansas Medical Center is part of a nationwide clinical trial looking into different treatments for patients with mild to moderate symptoms of the coronavirus who do not require hospitalization.
The wife of Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson tested positive for the coronavirus after experiencing mild symptoms, a spokeswoman for the governor told media outlets Wednesday.
A lawsuit filed last week against Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft asks for a more streamlined way to vote when it comes to voting by mail. Some ballots need to be notarized, others don’t and many say, it’s confusing.
With nearly 700 confirmed cases of the coronavirus among students on Mizzou's campus, several students and organizations are facing potential discipline after being accused of violating guidelines aimed at slowing the virus's spread.
People lined up Tuesday in Kansas City to cast the first votes in Missouri for the 2020 presidential election. But a lawsuit is challenging the way Missouri has set up for some citizens to vote by mail.
Schools and families have come a long way since March, in terms of online learning. But, now that we're spending even more time with our faces in various screens, more problems are popping up.
A new report on the CDC’s website over the weekend warned the coronavirus spreads easier than we thought. Monday morning, the CDC pulled back on that saying the information was inadvertently released before it was time.
Blue Valley announced Monday night that all students who are registered for in-person learning will attend school in-person at least two days per week.
Johnson County health officials are urging more than 100 people who had contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19 at at an elementary school in Overland Park to quarantine for 14 days, but some parents are objecting to the recommendation.
Dozens of Johnson County parents are protesting a decision that requires more than 100 elementary students to quarantine at home for two weeks.