Meteorologists rely on computer data and models to create weather forecasts. But over the years, they've relied more and more on the public and their input.
Before severe thunderstorms arrive, KCP&L is working to make sure your power and lights stay on when mother nature strikes.
National School Breakfast Week was started by the School Nutrition Association.
The Food Power Program is offered by the University of Missouri Extension.
The Justice Department formally closed its investigation of officer Darren Wilson.
The petition came up 371 signatures short of the required 2,568 to try and repeal the current smoking ban ordinance.
The latest count of St. Joseph's homeless population found 88 people in shelters.
The Department of Justice is expected to release its finding on the investigation into the Ferguson Police Department.
Nodaway County prosecutors charged Abraham Acosta with rape.
The National Weather Service says the test gives everyone a chance to practice what they would do in a real tornado.