(Red Oak) -- Another coronavirus case has been reported in Montgomery County.
Latest Coronavirus stories from the KMA News Department
(Des Moines) -- Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne is expressing concerns about the spread of coronavirus in the state's assisted living centers.
(Webster City) -- Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds is weighing in on whether students and instructors should be back in school buildings when the new academic year opens late next month.
(Clarinda) -- Clarinda School District residents can learn more about the district's plans for this fall at a second in a series of special meetings this evening.
(Jefferson City) -- Community Health Centers, in Missouri and across the country, are at the forefront in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19. And some are doing even more to help the most vulnerable.
(Rock Port) -- Like schools in Iowa, northwest Missouri schools are gearing up for a new academic year, amidst continuing uncertainties related to COVID-19.
(Council Bluffs) -- A western Iowa ethanol plant recently donated 1,000 bottles of its locally made hand sanitizer product to the Renewable Fuels Association.
(Clarinda) — Clarinda officials predict the city’s coffers won’t feel the full effect of the COVID-19 pandemic until later this summer or early this fall.
(Des Moines) -- Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne backs legislation allowing small businesses affected by COVID-19 to apply for a second round of Paycheck Protection Program assistance.
(Des Moines) -- Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds says the state will use a portion of its federal COVID-19 relief money to battle mental health issues caused by the pandemic.
(Clarinda) -- By all accounts, the first day of Page County's Courthouse being reopened to the public was a busy one.
(Jefferson City) -- State officials say the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DOLIR) has paid more than $2 billion in unemployment claims during the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Des Moines) -- Third District Congresswoman Cindy Axne recently held a virtual roundtable with Iowa businesses and organizations to discuss how they will be impacted by the cancellation of the 2020 Iowa State Fair.
(Washington) -- Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne believes the nation's firefighters, EMTs and other medical first responders aren't being adequately compensated for COVID-19 related situations.