Local numbers of COVID-19 cases are on the rise, but how many of those patients are actually being treated at local hospitals? None of the major hospital systems are giving patient counts. But News 4's Chris Nagus got some insight from employees on the inside at one major local hospital.
News 4 Investigates
Unemployment claims doubled in one week around the country, reaching 6.6 million as people are remaining home amid the coronavirus outbreak. Filing those claims is proving to be difficult in Missouri and Illinois. News 4 Investigator Chris Nagus has new information about why so many are having trouble in the video report above.
People in song and prayer held signs of hope in the parking lot of Mercy South. A short distance away is a stark reminder of why they’re there; triage tents set up outside the emergency room to separate those with coronavirus from those who don’t.
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise and stay-at-home orders begin to be extended, unemployment claims in Missouri and Illinois are spiking.
For weeks now News 4 has been getting comments about screening, or the lack of screening for COVID-19, at Lambert International and other American airports.
For kids in the foster system, seeing their biological family members became very difficult, very quickly.
Items like toilet paper, hand sanitizer and Lysol have been in high demand amid the coronavirus outbreak, giving scammers an opportunity to take advantage of people desperate for supplies.
With more people out of work and working from home, gas prices are going down. But some News 4 viewers are asking why they aren’t even cheaper.
With gatherings limited to 10 people or less, a backyard wedding might feel like the only option at this point.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- The social gathering limitations impacting businesses across the St. Louis region are also having an impact on funeral homes.