Here is a list of the COVID-19 testing sites in the St. Louis metro area.
Officials with POWERplex said the former St. Louis Outlet Mall in Hazelwood will host some of St. Louis' top bands on the stage and you will be able to listen to them safely from a private pod around your car.
An anti-depressant used for treating obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is showing positive results in the early weeks of a drug trial at Washington University School of Medicine.
“When people do not feel a sense of connection, a sense of belonging, a sense of significance, lots of bad things come from that."
FDA is providing a food safety re-opening checklist for previously closed retail food establishments or those that have been open with limited service related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This checklist addresses key food safety practices for retail food establishments to consider when re-openi…
This weekend the reigning Stanley Cup Champions will host a virtual 5K benefiting the Gateway Resilience Fund which helps owners of independently owned bars, restaurants and shops in St. Louis.
(KMOV.com) - Local businesses are getting a boost from Schnucks, which offering items from local restaurants while the dine-in ban due to COVID-19 stays in place.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) - A group of volunteers is helping those who are in their homes, but struggling to get food and medicine amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Missouri Historical Society is collecting "Stories of the Pandemic," where St. Louisans go online and send them stories, pictures and videos. Everyone has a story. This is your chance to share yours.
Some have said that starting a new job in the middle of a global pandemic is the equivalent of your first swim lesson and being pushed into the deep end.
Tuesday, the St. Louis County NAACP held a town hall discussion with county, state, and medical leaders about the disparities in the African American community when it comes to COVID-19.
You might start seeing banners that read “St. Louis Strong. The message that we will all get through this together is coming from a plant in Earth City.
Do you run a small business and you need help learning how to apply for federal relief funds? A small business workshop Friday can help.
The St. Louis County Library is partnering with the St. Louis Area Diaper Bank for an emergency diaper drive beginning Friday.
If you or your family needs some help getting food, Connections to Success is holding a drive-thru food market Thursday in conjunction with the St. Louis Area Food Bank.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) - St. Louis-based Allied Healthcare Products is ramping up production of needed ventilators and looking to hire more employees to do it.
CHESTERFIELD, Mo. (KMOV.com) - Dierbergs says it is limiting the number of shoppers inside all of its stores as part of an effort to abide by social distancing.
The State Missouri is asking anyone in the medical field, active or retired, to join a group that will be used to fight COVID-19.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) - A group of volunteers says it is doing its part to help first responders and medical providers in the St. Louis area.
The St. Louis County Police Office of Emergency Management is seeking help in gathering personal protective equipment (PPE) for first responders.
You’re looking out for yourself, your family and people around you, but what can you do to help the St. Louis community that is being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic?
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Take a virtual dive and go underwater with the animal care team at the St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
NORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) - Despite school closures all across the St Louis region, some districts are still trying to feed their students. The Hazelwood District is planning to give away thousands of lunches in the coming days.
The American Red Cross is helping thousands of families in the wake of an outbreak of severe weather in the Nashville, Tennessee area.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Dr. Jon LaPook presents the latest information about the virus and how best to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
Leaders in Missouri are meeting Monday in Jefferson City to talk about how to respond to the coronavirus. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services will hold a public forum to share how they are responding to the global health crisis.