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The Army is asking questions about COVID-19, and refuses to answer many themselves.
Businesses are changing their models to join the fight against COVID-19, but unemployment and layoffs continue to soar.
A number of locations in Missouri have a 50% or greater chance of moderate flooding over the next three months, according to the National Weather Service.
The bill would also require at-risk floodplains to comply with regulations from the National Flood Insurance Program.
Most farms in Missouri are struggling to make ends meet. More than half reported a net loss in 2017.
About $1 million has been allocated for witness protection programs, an amount one senator said is simply not enough.