The Kansas City News reports that some test results came back on people who became mysteriously ill earlier this week while staying at The Elms Resort in Excelsior Springs.
At least 19 people became sick Monday and Tuesday with symptoms of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain. Others had become ill over the weekend.

Richard Espinoza of the Kansas City Star reports that the first test results from cheerleaders and dancers who became sick at an Excelsior Springs hotel this week do not indicate food-borne illness.
The samples that have been tested so far showed no salmonella, shigella, campylobacter or E. coli, Gary Zaborac, director of the Clay County

The Clay County Health Department said Wednesday that the number of people who became sick at a hotel is greater than they first thought, KMBC’s Peggy Breit reported.
At least 19 people went to a Liberty hospital with nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain late Monday night and Tuesday morning. Most of those who went to a hospital were members of William Jewell’s cheerleading and dance squad. They were taking part in the Spirit Team Leadership Meeting at The Elms Resort in Excelsior Springs.
Health officials said they have been hearing from people who were at The Elms over the weekend who also became ill and suffered flu-like symptoms. They were involved in different events at the hotel than the spirit team meeting, Breit reported.Continue Reading More Victims Of Illness At Hotel Come Forward