Parson issues statewide stay-at-home order to curb virus

(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) — Gov. Mike Parson has issued a statewide stay-at-home order starting Monday, meaning Missouri will join about 40 other states that require residents to avoid going out except for essential purposes. The Republican governor’s order came Friday as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Missouri topped 2,000. The number of infections…

St. Louis County residents asked to report non-compliant businesses

(KTRS) St. Louis County announced Wednesday that non-essential businesses that have not closed and are in violation of St. Louis County’s stay-at-home executive order will soon be forced to close. Examples of non-essential businesses include dine-in restaurants, beauty salons and gyms. County residents are being asked to report businesses violating the order at the website…