Most health departments require people to register online, which could exclude older adults who don't have access to the internet.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) - St. Louis County says it is setting up a new line of communication to let folks know when it is their turn to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The St. Louis County Department of Public Health began administering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine Friday morning to health care workers.
St. Clair County has launched a COVID-19 sing up form for its residents to collect data for supply and demand and to notify availability.
Monday is your last chance to give input on the project that will improve one of the busiest and oldest sections of Interstate 70 in Missouri.
The State of Missouri released their COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan, outlining the order of who will receive the vaccines when they become available.
A St. Louis non-profit that helps people pay off their utility bills is running out of money--and fast--according to its founder.
He mentored children, and would spend his off hours helping strangers in need of assistance.
Several St. Louis celebrities are coming together for a star-studded virtual reading of ‘A Christmas Carol” to benefit the Metro Theater Company.
Finally! Walmart+ launched on Sept. 15.Amazon Prime now has some competition for the ever-increasing number of online shoppers who are looking for fast delivery options. Walmart just debuted its own paid membership service, called Walmart+. Walmart+ memberships cost $98 per year or $12.95 pe…
(KMOV.com) - NBA star and St. Louis native Jayson Tatum has a life-changing new contract coming his way, but he is also focusing on helping people in his hometown.
(KMOV.com) - National Adoption Day is November, 21. American families have often looked overseas for babies to adopt but a St. Louis area mom is hoping her new book will support those considering adoption through foster care.
Time is running out for millions of Americans who still haven't gotten stimulus checks -- and they're likely the people most in need.
In honor of Veteran’s Day, several restaurants in the metro are offering freebies and deals to veterans and active-duty members this November 11.
Faith & For the Sake of All is partnering with CareSTL Health to provide free COVID-19 testing to the hardest hit areas of the St. Louis region.
As the winter months approach, a federal grant is helping low-income families ensure they're able to pay their utility bills and keep the heat on.
The Gateway Arch is searching for the best photos of the monument to be included in a 55th birthday commemorative collage.
SSM Health is offering free, drive-thru flu vaccination clinics across the St. Louis region. The clinics will be held on two separate Saturday's in October.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is partnering with the Missouri National Guard and local health departments to offer free COVID-19 testing.
A 40-year-old man is facing charges, accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend and her 6-year-old daughter, and wounding two other children at an apartment in Jennings.
After Holt High School beat Fort Zumwalt West Friday night, their strength and conditioning and defensive backs coach Aaron Smith went home not feeling well.
For many little girls, dressing up like a princess, meeting a bunch of princesses and even having a princess party is like a dream come true.