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Missouri lawmakers have sent to the governor legislation requiring doctors be present for the initial dose of an abortion-inducing drug. Supporters say the requirement protects a woman's health and safety by ensuring the prescribing physician is present....
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Reporter and PhotographerThe federal government doesn't want you to do it but more and more of you are. The high cost of prescription drugs has many Americans turning to other countries to make their purchases. The Food and Drug Administration says that's dangerous. More...
Reporter and PhotographerYou're cut off-- some colleges say abuse of drugs used to treat ADHD is so rampant they'll rarely prescribe it for students, and when they do it's only after extensive analysis by a doctor and a signed contract promising not to share the pills. Most of...
ReporterSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Centers for Disease Control now calls it an epidemic and the Ozarks is no exception. Influenza numbers continue to climb across the country as we deal with vaccine and treatment shortages. On average, February tends to be when...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The flu bug is spreading throughout Greene County. Cases throughout the county rose to 390 through the first five weeks of reporting. County health leaders report an increase by 34 cases compared to a week ago. The Springfield-...
Reporter and PhotographerSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A nurse says her firing from Cox Hospital was unjustified. Carla Brock refused to get a flu vaccine and then to wear a surgical mask at work. This is the first year that CoxHealth has made flu vaccinations mandatory for all...
Reporter, PhotographerGREENE COUNTY, Mo. - All across the Ozarks tree owners are noticing what's often called an icky invasion. The presence of eastern tent caterpillars is also a sign of spring. Eastern tent caterpillars are creating large white nests or tents in many trees....
Chris Collings Murder Trial Day Two: Officers say murder victim, Rowan Ford, called her accused killer `Uncle Chris'Reporter, PhotographerRolla, Mo. - For the first time a graphic picture of a raped and murdered nine-year-old girl was shown during a trial that could end with a man being punished by death. An FBI agent testified a photograph presented as evidence was a picture of Rowan Ford&...
Tags: Landforms, Prosecution, Sex Crimes, Lawyers, Punishment
Follow me @EmilyKSPRCHRISTIAN COUNTY, Mo. -- Unlike most young people, you won't find Zack Stewart using Facebook. In fact, he says his mom set it up for him shortly after he was released from jail. To him the internet is a constant reminder of a dark time. "I don't know if...
Tags: Prisons, Prosecution, Lawyers, Facebook, Biotechnology Industry
Reporter, PhotographerIn Arkansas, two arrests at two schools are shedding light on what the sheriff calls a growing drug problem. The Baxter County Sheriff says an increasing number of students are abusing prescription pills at younger ages. Sheriff John Montgomery says...
Branson Leaders Hear Pros and Cons of Ordinance Requiring Prescription for Pseudoephedrine, EphedrineReporter, PhotographerBranson leaders will decide if they'll follow in the footsteps of Hollister officials by requiring a prescription for medications that contain meth making ingredients. The Branson mayor and board of alderman heard the pros and cons from those who support...
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