Experts say now is the time to get flu vaccinations
Flu season is just weeks away, and doctors across the Ozarks are getting ready to treat the bug. Doctors and experts say now is the best time for people to get flu vaccinations.
Doctors and Hospitals in the area are getting shipments of the flu vaccines. For example, CoxHealth Clinics in Walmart stores will start administering flu shots on Friday.
Stores like Walgreens and CVS have been ...
SHARE: Corn mazes, pumpkin patches and haunted houses in the Ozarks
The Ozarks is known it's beautiful fall foliage.
Enjoy the fall colors and the abundance of corn mazes and pumpkin patches. Some are haunted and some are kid friendly. Whatever you choose you're bound to have fun. So grab the kiddos and hop in the car to go get lost one of the many mazes, patches, and haunted houses the Ozarks have to offer. Keep in ...
John Twitty elected chairman of Missouri Lottery Commission
Governor Jay Nixon has named two men from Springfield to the Missouri Lottery Commission.
Former City Utilities CEO John Twitty and retiring Missouri State University chief of staff Paul Kincaid are among four new appointments to the commission. The appointments are subject to approval of the Missouri State Senate. The revamped commission met Friday, and unanimously elected Twitty as its chairman.
The appointments come as Nixon released ...
Pleasant weather Friday afternoon
Friday and the weekend will be pleasant despite a chance for isolated storms Saturday night into early Sunday morning. ...
McCaskill attends launch of White House campaign against sexual assaults
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill was on hand at the White House Friday for the launch of the “It’s On Us” campaign, an effort to change the national culture around sexual assault on college campuses. McCaskill released the following statement:
“I’m grateful the White House is continuing to direct much-needed attention to the issue of sexual violence on our college campuses. If we’re going to turn the ...
Mizzou Arena will get upgrades after 10 years
University of Missouri athletic officials are planning multi-million-dollar renovations to the university's 10-year-old basketball arena.
Planned updates to Mizzou Arena include the team lounge, locker room, weight room and academic area. The project was started by a $1.5 million private gift to go toward a new video board.
Deputy Athletic Director Doug Gillin says officials will soon begin asking for donations over the next three years for ...