The Missouri Department of Transportation says it will apply the “high friction surface treatment” to a pair of curves on U.S. 54 and Missouri 179 in Jefferson City.
Missouri Trucking Association President says MoDOT has a pretty good reputation among truckers.
Fire department spokesman James Garrett says the ambulance became stuck Tuesday while rushing to the man’s home, so workers grabbed their gear and ran the rest of the way.
the damage at the Break Time store occurred late Monday or early Tuesday while the store was closed.
Kansas City, Mo., Mayor Sly James declared a state of emergency, and flights in and out of Kansas City International Airport were canceled.
MU Health Care’s hospitals and emergency rooms will remain open, as will the MU Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital emergency service.
It looks like St. Louis might be able to dodge a cold, wet, windy bullet later this evening, but if you plan on driving anywhere north of St. Louis watch out.
Assistant District Engineer Tom Blair says the team did a good job preparing for the storm by treating roads and highways in advance.
Chancellor Brady Deaton says the road conditions may make it difficult for many to get to campus.
The storm on Thursday dumped more than a foot of snow in some areas of northern and western Missouri, and Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency.