A slow-moving ice storm is causing headaches in much of central Kansas, knocking out power to hundreds of customers and sending vehicles off highways. At least one traffic death is blamed on the ice.
Missouri drivers may notice some ominous messages along the state’s roadsides.
Branson police chief Kurt Crutcher says the city ought to allow bow hunting of deer inside city limits.
More people are dying in fewer accidents
Increase first since 2005
In 2011 Missouri saw a slight decrease in the number of motocycle accidents in the first 9 months.
The first significant snowfall of the season couldn’t have come at a worst time.
Heavier-than-expected snow greets Monday morning commuters.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX)- The freezing drizzle that moved across the region Wednesday evening left behind slick streets and sidewalks, leading to several accidents and a few falls.
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