Disaster Relief Continues to Flow from Government AgenciesMissouri's state disaster agency SEMA reports money continues to flow from the federal government to victims of the historic spring storms and flooding.
Debris Pick-Up in New Areas of St. Louis Region on SundayFlood-affected residents in participating communities are reminded to separate debris by category and place the segregated debris into separate piles at the curb.
Transitioning into Tornado SeasonMissouri's 41st annual Statewide Tornado Drill will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, weather permitting.
Auditor Faults SEMA for Paying for Gov. Nixon's FlightsA new audit takes issue with the way Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has billed aircraft flights to the State Emergency Management Agency.
Missouri SEMA Asked To Help In New York Recovery Governor Nixon says they'll be assisting with volunteer management and donation collections in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Cuts to Higher Ed go Deeper than Suspected The more accurate figure caught the Senate Appropriations Chair Sen. Kurt Schaefer, by surprised who agreed the 15.1 percent cut was the more accurate number.
EPA Funds Chemical Facility AuditsThe grant will audit facilities with large amounts of regulated chemicals.
Total Information AM - Wednesday, June 15thIt was a busy day as we talked with John Campbell of SEMA to get a flood update. Brian Bauer spoke with us about worker's comp. fraud and Chris Byrne brought by the latest in toys for us to play with.
Despite One Disaster After Another, SEMA Stands Strong"You can't just say we're tired...we're all tapped out".
FEMA Turns Thumbs Down to Mo. Tornado AssistanceMissouri's request for federal aid in wake of New Year's Eve storm denied.
Missouri Ready to Shake Up Quake Response, PreparednessMissouri Takes Quake Preps to a New Level on 200th Anniversary of 1811 Disaster

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