I love warmer weather, so winter in Missouri so far (for me) has been almost too good to be true. But, even I have to ask why July temperatures are arriving in Missouri now even though we're not done with February yet?
I demand a recount. A new internet ranking based on customer votes claims the fast food chain that's most expensive has 107 Missouri locations. It's true that there are 107 of their eateries in Missouri, but I disagree with the most expensive part.
The members of a big-time school board in Illinois voted to get rid of cops in schools, and want a more "holistic" take on safety in their schools... Do you think this is a good idea? Here are the details...
Missouri has had it good so far this winter. Other than a couple of severe cold snaps and a couple of storms, we really haven't had a ton of snow. Here's a history lesson to prove we're not out of the woods just yet. There are 7 times when Missouri has been slammed by a surprise snowstorm in March.
I know I've seen this Missouri man somewhere before, but I just can't place him. He sure does look like someone I've seen on TV a few times...give me a second. Oh, wait...former President Clinton? Is that you?
I am a firm believer that not everything in the world has to be good for you. That's likely never been more true than peanut butter that I grew up with in Missouri that remain wildly popular even though experts say they are very unhealthy.
Many people thought the world was ending this week when many lost cellular connections due to a nationwide outage. Many theorized it was caused by massive solar flares. That turned out to be a false alarm, but what would be the best place to survive such an event? Missouri is near or at the top of that list and I can prove it.
There's an almost unprecedented warning from forecasters at NOAA about what could happen in Missouri early next week. They say a 'deep cyclone' system could bring severe storm danger to the entire state and possibly even Illinois, too.
Well, you can likely say goodbye to really cold weather in Illinois. No, this is not an official forecast from the National Weather Service, but it's an indication from nature as the first bee of 2024 has already been spotted in the central part of the Land of Lincoln.
It will forever be remembered as the day when the sky tried to pound Missouri into the ground. The worst hailstorm in history that began in the Kansas City area continued across Missouri until it relented just past St. Louis nearly 23 years ago.
Businesses come and go all the time, but the number of restaurants in particular in Illinois that have already closed this year are staggering. The current count that I can find confirms that at least 20 have put "We are Closed" signs on their doors in 2024 with no plans to reopen.