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Cassandra Callender, forced to undergo chemo as a teen, dies at 22

Cassandra Callender, forced to undergo chemo as a teen, dies at 22

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP/) — Cassandra Callender, who was forced by Connecticut courts as a teenager to undergo chemotherapy for cancer, has died after a five-year battle with the disease, her mother said Thursday. She was 22.Callender, of Windsor Locks, died Tuesday at home, where she had been in hospice care for four months, Jackie Fortin said.“The cancer never went away,” Fortin said. “They said they saved her life. They lied. She suffered for five years. It was horrific. If you did that to your dog, you’d get arrested.”A judge in 2015 ordered Callender, known as “Cassandra C.” during her...

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May 15, 2020
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Pritzker: COVID-19 danger greater in Monroe County than Chicago

Pritzker: COVID-19 danger greater in Monroe County than Chicago

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker said you are more likely to die from COVID-19 if you live in Monroe County than if you live in Chicago or Cook County.Gov. Pritzker made that statement after addressing those who he said, “think coronavirus is just a Chicago or Cook County problem and that downstate Illinois is immune or doesn’t need restrictions.”Pritzker went on to say the top 5 counties by infection rate in Illinois include the two downstate counties of Jasper and Randolph.He then went on to look at the deaths per capita. Pritzker said, “COVID-19 has played a role in...

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John Brown
April 27, 2020
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Economist estimates Missouri’s agriculture industry is taking an $850 million hit from COVID-19

Economist estimates Missouri’s agriculture industry is taking an $850 million hit from COVID-19

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Joint Committee on Agriculture heard testimony on Thursday about the economic impact of COVID-19 on Missouri’s agriculture industry. University of Missouri Agriculture Economist Scott Brown offered an estimate of what COVID-19 will mean for Missouri farmers and ranchers.“My estimate of what’s the loss for cash receipts due to coronavirus in 2020 is somewhere around about $850 million,” said economist Scott Brown.Brown said the fluid nature of the pandemic will likely result in changes, in his estimate, but said it should give the state an idea of the toll the virus...

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Jeff Bernthal
May 28, 2020
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Belleville closes city streets to allow for patio space for downtown restaurants

Belleville closes city streets to allow for patio space for downtown restaurants

BELLEVILLE, Ill. – Illinois enters into Phase 3 of its reopening plan Friday. With recovery plans in place statewide, city leaders in Belleville met Thursday afternoon with their own plan to help out small businesses.The streets are closing in downtown Belleville so business doors can reopen.“Definitely a homecoming, coming back,” says Bennie Parr, owner of Bennie’s Pizza Pub.Customers will come back with the help of the city.“The city’s been great to us,” says Mark Onstott, owner of Tavern on Main. “They provided all of this for us.”This afternoon, the Belleville City Council held a...

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Brigit Mahoney
May 28, 2020
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Missouri opening free COVID-19 testing centers across the state

Missouri opening free COVID-19 testing centers across the state

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Missouri is performing community testing this week in St. Louis and Kansas City. A mobile testing center will operate outside the St. Charles Department of Public Health again today. Any Missouri resident can be tested for free. But pre-registration on the.“Things are looking better every day, they really are. We just can’t get too relaxed here.Social distancing is still the key to this. If we would just continue to stay on track with that for the next two or three weeks, I think it will be a big difference in the state,” said Gov. Mike Parson.Governor Parson says one of...

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Joe Millitzer
May 28, 2020
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Missouri extending Phase 1 of the reopening process until June 15

Missouri extending Phase 1 of the reopening process until June 15

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri is extending Phase 1 of reopening through June 15. It was set to expire May 31. The governor says that this will align the reopening with the state of emergency declared in Missouri. It will also help all communities open at the same time.The governor was asked if the weekend scenes from the Lake of the Ozarks were a factor, he said no. He said a big part of the decision to extend the order involved the fact the St. Louis and Kansas City areas are facing bigger challenges than more rural parts of the state.Phase 2 will allow the maximum number of people...

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Joe Millitzer
May 28, 2020
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Obama condemns violence and calls for change in wake of George Floyd protests

Obama condemns violence and calls for change in wake of George Floyd protests

Former President Barack Obama on Monday condemned violence amid  and police brutality and called for political solutions to address protesters’ grievances about criminal justice.The message from Obama, who  when he said the killings of black men at the hands of police “shouldn’t be ‘normal’ in 2020 America,” follows a weekend that saw an escalation in protests nationwide.“Let’s not excuse violence, or rationalize it, or participate in it. If we want our criminal justice system, and American society at large, to operate on a higher ethical code, then we have to model that code ourselves,”...

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June 2, 2020
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Beloved former St. Louis police captain killed by looters

Beloved former St. Louis police captain killed by looters

ST. LOUIS – For 38 years, Dave Dorn worked to protect and serve the public as a police officer, rising to the rank of captain in the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.Dorn was shot and killed by a looter overnight while working as a security guard at Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry on Martin Luther King Drive. He was 77.“He was exercising his law enforcement training,” said St. Louis Police Chief John Hayden. “So, in his honor, we are wearing our mourning badge.”After retiring from the St. Louis department in 2007, Dorn became the chief of police in Moline Acres.No matter where Dave Dorn...

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Vic Faust
June 2, 2020
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Stadium-sized asteroid to make ‘relatively close’ approach toward Earth at 3 million miles

Stadium-sized asteroid to make ‘relatively close’ approach toward Earth at 3 million miles

ST. LOUIS – NASA is keeping tabs on a massive asteroid that’s coming closer to Earth each day. The space agency has an asteroid watch section of its website showing the next 5 approaches, which are all in the next few days. The largest is estimated to be 1,100 feet wide, approximately the size of a football stadium. That one, named 2002 NN4, would come the closest to Earth on June 6. However, scientists don’t expect there to be a collision on Earth. It’s closest approach will be 3,160,000 miles from Earth. There are three others the size of a plane and one the size of a house also making...

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Becky Willeke
June 3, 2020
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Crowd cheers St. Louis Police officer after coronavirus recovery

Crowd cheers St. Louis Police officer after coronavirus recovery

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – It’s going to be a great weekend for the family of a St. Louis Police Officer who is recovering from the coronavirus, despite the current health crisis. There was a large celebration at St. Lukes Hospital in Chesterfield as the officer was sent home.Officer Dave Tenorio was discharged this afternoon from St. Luke’s where had been hospitalized since April first. There was a wonderful show of support from dozens first responders and hospital staff. They clapped and cheered him on as he took a wheelchair out of the hospital.Then officer Tenorio stood up and walked with the...

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Dan Gray
April 24, 2020
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