Just for context, let's remember that there are a myriad threats out there IN ADDITION TO the current plague which continues to circle the planet.
Here's a peek at a crisis that hits closer to home for many of us in the urban core and beyond . . .
ST. LOUIS - The city of St. Louis was ranked No. 4 in the U.S. News & World Report's "Most Dangerous Places in the U.S." Kansas City, Missouri ranked No. 16 on the list. The ranking was based on murder and property crime rates per 100,000 people, according to the online study.
Nevertheless, the divisive debate over the politics of the pandemic keep our political leaders occupied. Take a peek . . .
St. Louis and St. Louis County will once again require all residents to wear masks in indoor public places to prevent the coronavirus from spreading. The mandate goes into effect Monday and applies to all people over the age of 5, even those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - When news broke Friday afternoon that St. Louis City and County has enacted a mask mandate requiring anyone age five and older wear a mask in indoor public places and on public transit, many people began to wonder if Kansas City will be next.
MEANWHILE, WE'RE WCHATING THE COVID-19 IMPACT HERE IN THE METRO AMID A NEW SURGE. MISSOURI JUST REPORTED OVER 2,000 NEW CORONAVIRUS CASES. IT'S'THE THIRD STRAIGHT DAY CASES HAVE BEEN OVER 2,000, AND THE HIGHEST DAILY TOTALS WE'VE SEEN SINCE EARLY JANUARY.
JEFFERSON, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced Friday night that he will be filing a lawsuit Monday to stop the city of St. Louis and St. Louis County from bringing back a mask mandate. "The citizens of St. Louis and St.
Developing . . .