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Midwest Storms Cause More Than $100 Million In Damage

It’s been a brutal storm season for the Midwest as powerful winds, tornadoes, and storms pound homes and businesses.

05/11/2014

Trees were twisted and snapped in half after a tornado touched down in U City this morning. Photo: KMOX/Michael Calhoun

More Severe Weather On the Way

Tornadoes, heavy downpours and baseball sized hail could be headed our way, expected to roll in between 6 and 8 p.m.

04/03/2014

(KMOX/Kevin Killeen)

Thousands Still Without Power After Thursday’s Storm

Just under 8,000 Ameren Missouri customers are still without power in the wake of Thursday’s high winds.

02/21/2014

St. Louis City and County and Statr officials brief the media on the winter storm. (Brian Kelly/KMOX)

WINTER STORM HITS: Officials Urge “Stay Home”

Mayor Slay says it’s a three-day long, dangerous storm.

01/05/2014

UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Governor Nixon Activates Emergency Operations Center

Temperatures were 40 degrees colder than Wednesday, when much of Missouri basked in weather in the 60s.

12/05/2013

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Streets Department Prepares For Impending Snowstorm

“We could put 70 trucks on the street tonight if we needed to. The storm tonight looks to be about a 50-truck deal,” Director Todd Walterman says.

12/05/2013

Researchers say global warming could cause more deadly storms like the one that hit Moore, Oklahoma on May 20th, 2013. (JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: Global Warming Will Spawn Deadlier Storms, Tornadoes

Global warming will spawn more deadly thunderstorms and tornadoes by the end of this century, especially in the Midwest, according to a new study.

09/24/2013

Michael Farris Smith

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Michael Farris Smith has been awarded the Transatlantic Review Award, Brick Streets Press Short Story Award, Mississippi Arts Commission Literary Arts Fellowship and the Alabama Arts Council Fellowship Award for Literature. He is a graduate […]

09/18/2013

6/7/13-Governor Jay Nixon (back to camera) listens as local government leaders and levee district officials describe the damage done during last Friday's tornado outbreak, as well as the recent flooding. Nixon told local authorities that the St. Louis region is "nearing a trigger", meaning the minimum threshold that must be met to qualify for federal disaster aid. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Nixon Gets Bird’s Eye View Of Local Storm Damage; Pledges Disaster Aid

Nearly $1.5 million in tornado, flood damage in St. Charles County alone.

06/07/2013

Photo taken in Lincoln County north of Troy, south on 61(Credit: Scott Chapman)

Submit Your Storm Photos

Was your neighborhood hit hard by last night’s storms? Submit your storm photos here.

06/01/2013

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