Katie Kull, The Pantagraph

Katie Kull

The Pantagraph

St. Louis, MO, United States

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  • STLtoday
  • News-Leader
  • Chalkbeat
  • Columbia Missourian

Past articles by Katie:

Illinois prosecutors charge man accused of killing officer on bridge

Caleb L. Campbell, 22, is charged with first-degree murder and several other charges in the Aug. 4 incident. → Read More

Southwest Missouri sees increase in COVID infections among children

Health officials said they are prioritizing disease investigation for infections among children younger than 12, as coronavirus cases continue to rise → Read More

Greene County Health Department records a week with zero COVID-19 deaths for second time in nearly 10 months

The last time the area saw zero deaths was in the seven-day period between March 17 and 23. → Read More

Affordability, variety, proximity: 3 takeaways from a panel about housing in Springfield

Springfield has a lot of single-family homes and apartments, but many say affordable housing and the quality of housing stock are key issues. → Read More

Mayor Ken McClure decisively wins re-election for third term

Incumbent Mayor Ken McClure faced challenger Marcus Aton in the April 6 Springfield mayoral election. → Read More

In 2021, dark money and partisan attacks mark Springfield City council, school board races

This year's election for Springfield school board and city council has been one of the strangest in recent history. Here's what you need to know. → Read More

4 things to know about the $271,000 raised for April 6 Springfield City Council races

With a little more than a week to go before April 6, Springfield City Council candidates have raised roughly $271,000 for five volunteer seats. → Read More

Springfield police investigate after 54-year-old Brighton woman dies in crash

The crash happened around 8:22 a.m. Monday when a car heading west on Kearney struck the back of a truck that was stopped at a red light. → Read More

Election 2021: A roundup of questions facing Greene County municipal voters April 6

Ash Grove, Rogersville, Walnut Grove and Republic residents will decide on municipal and school-related ballot issues. → Read More

3 Springfield City Council incumbents get nod from police, fire unions in endorsement

The police union also endorsed Randy Allen, a candidate for Council General Seat A. → Read More

Springfield council votes to expand Sequiota Park from 13 to 29 acres

The expansion will happen by the parks department taking over tracts of land directly surrounding the park. → Read More

Artsfest returns to Walnut Street with capacity restrictions, COVID-19 precautions

Festivalgoers will be required to undergo a temperature check and the entrance and wear masks and physical distance. → Read More

Who is running for Springfield City Council? Here are the candidates and where they stand on issues

The mayor's office, two citywide seats and council Zones 1 and 4 are up for grabs. 14 candidates have entered the race. → Read More

Missouri expects to open up COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all residents by April 9

Gov. Mike Parson said the state planned on opening up eligibility for people in "Phase 2" of the state's distribution plan by Monday, March 29. → Read More

Wednesday is the last day to register for April 6 Greene County municipal elections

On the ballot next month are elections in Ash Grove, Battlefield, Fair Grove, Republic, Rogersville, Springfield, Strafford, Walnut Grove and Willard. → Read More

5 things to know about COVID-19 vaccine distribution at CoxHealth, in Greene Co.

Five takeaways from a conversation with Ashley Casad, who is running CoxHealth's vaccine distribution program. → Read More

Springfield gets grant for police to conduct ‘yield checks’ at crosswalks

The city received a $21,120 grant to pay overtime for police officers to conduct four-hour compliance checks at select crosswalks around the city. → Read More

11% of Missourians, 10% of Greene County residents have received COVID-19 vaccine doses

People 85 and older were the farthest along in being vaccinated with 36.5 percent of that population having at least one dose. → Read More

Live updates: Watch City Utilities press conference on Missouri rolling blackouts, weather

Live updates about ongoing rolling blackouts because of freezing temperatures in southwest Missouri on Tuesday. → Read More

Fellows Lake public access closed for weekend amid dangerously cold temperatures

"The gates will remain locked to public access until weather conditions are safer," a City Utilities spokesman wrote in an email. → Read More