Scientists are much braver than most of the rest of us. Don't believe me? Try this on for size. Scientists in Illinois are about to fire a particle beam underground at South Dakota and they're not even a little bit nervous about it apparently.
If you've ever wondered what would happen if the predicted 7.7 earthquake would ever hit the New Madrid Fault Zone in Missouri, wonder no more. A computer simulation shows how many people and cities would be devastated in real-time.
I could probably start telling stories about how school never closed when I was in school and how we walked to class through 8 feet of snow, but that would likely not be as accurate as I think it would be. The truth is many Missouri schools have decided to close on one day in April and there's a very good reason for that.
I was once told that the only constant is change. It's an odd concept, but has proven true yet again as what used to be a Missouri gym now appears to be a new grocery store location in the St. Louis area.
This will likely sound alarming and it really kind of is. The weather radar in St. Louis, Missouri will be down for at least 2 weeks in March and there's no way to turn it on if severe weather develops.
There have been many movies that have depicted what it might be like if the super volcano under Yellowstone were to erupt. There is history to prove it has happened many times in the distant past including blasts that were so massive they blanketed Missouri with ash.
When you're being sought by the US Marshals, you should know that they will never stop seeking you until they find you. That's evident in the pursuit of a Missouri fugitive who is one of their most wanted for alleged federal narcotics violation and in connection with a murder investigation.
There are literally thousands of vehicles on Missouri roads right now that may have a dire steering wheel issue that could cause a high risk of crashing. That's led to an urgent recall issued by the federal government.
You can never be too careful. That has always been a true statement, but even more so with 13 new scams the FBI is warning Missouri residents about that run the gamut of ways they and their money could be separated by villains.
Lawmakers in the Land of Lincoln are as fed up with "hidden fees" as consumers are, and they are trying to do something about it. Here are the details of this new law that would prevent hidden fees in Illinois...
If your local high school has a legendary mascot that in 2024 is deemed "Offensive" they may be forced to change the mascot under a new law that could pass soon here in the Land of Lincoln. Here are the details...
It's a question that more and more parents in Missouri are asking. Which is better? Homeschooling your kids or having them attend public school? The answer you decide on will vary greatly depending on what your priorities are.
If you haven't already started preparing for the upcoming storm season in Missouri, Illinois and Iowa, you might want to expedite that preparation. Another forecaster is saying that there is an increased chance for strong tornadoes and even derechos in all three states this Spring.
I liked the world better when it was quiet and boring. The current landscape is anything but as Russian President Vladimir Putin's regime just threatened 14 American targets with nuclear weapons and high on the list is a prime target in Missouri.
The big cats are back in Missouri - officially. The Missouri Department of Conservation has just confirmed two of these big cats have just been spotted in the state in two different counties southwest of St. Louis.
Never underestimate the strength of a motivated Missouri highway patrolman. Doubt me? There's new dashcam video that shows Superman a Show Me State trooper defying known human strength by deadlifting a massive hay bale off of a highway.
If you were awake bright and early Wednesday morning, you might have seen a spectacular sky sight over Missouri. It was a mammoth meteor that fortunately exploded over the state and was witnessed as far away as Nebraska.
Many school districts are having success with a 4-day school week but certain lawmakers in Missouri are looking to pass a law that would force schools to have 5-day school weeks, here are the details...