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Here's the latest local and national stories developing today about the COVID-19 pandemic. Find even more on our website.

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Missouri hospitals urge governor to take action to stave off deepening COVID crisis

By Rudi Keller Missouri Independent ​ | ​

Rural hospitals are facing a “transfer crisis,” with urban health centers refusing COVID-19 patients who need more care than can be provide… Read more

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The Latest: Kentucky sees near-record number of new cases

By The Associated Press ​ | ​

FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Kentucky reported a near-record number of new coronavirus cases Friday as the surging outbreak continued sending more peo… Read more

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Trump pitches 'back to normal' as Biden warns of tough days

By ZEKE MILLER, ALEXANDRA JAFFE and KEVIN FREKING Associated Press ​ | ​

WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — President Donald Trump dangled a promise to get a weary, fearful nation “back to normal” on Friday as he l… Read more

Pandemic forces at least 20 Missouri high school football teams to forfeit playoff games

By Jared Porter jporter@joplinglobe.com ​ | ​

It was 3 p.m. Tuesday when Rockhurst High School football head coach Kelly Donohoe and his staff received the news. Read more

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State leaders facing 2nd wave resist steps to curb virus

By ADAM GELLER and DAVID PITT Associated Press ​ | ​

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Even as a new surge of coronavirus infections sweeps the U.S., officials in many hard-hit states are resisting taki… Read more

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For many Latinos, virus deaths loom over Day of the Dead

By TERRY TANG Associated Press ​ | ​

PHOENIX (AP) — Matilde Gomez wants her mother, Gume, to know how much she appreciates her love and sacrifices. So, she's putting her feelin… Read more

County health officials quitting amid threats, harassment

The Associated Press ​ | ​

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Health department directors from across Missouri are walking away from their jobs after many of them were threatened and h… Read more

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US wages and benefits grow at sluggish pace amid pandemic

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER AP Economics Writer ​ | ​ Updated

WASHINGTON (AP) — Wages and benefits for U.S. workers grew slowly this summer as employers sought to hold the line on pay gains in the mids… Read more

 
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