I asked you guys the other day what you remembered about the tornado that hit our area on May 4, 1977. It took a few days, but there have been a lot of very interesting, very scary stories that came straight from you.
The Missouri Department of Transportation kicked off National Work Zone Awareness Week on Monday, April 3. The weeklong event will shed a light on what MoDOT workers do and encourage safe driving habits through work zones to make sure everyone gets home safely.
I live on the west-ish side of town. I end up taking the same route to and from work just about every day. Most of the time I try to avoid the more heavily populated roads, but I made an exception recently and discovered something interesting!
It's the first Monday after the big change. No, I'm not talking about those hot flashes, ladies. It's Daylight Savings Times. We fear this change more than a stinky diaper on a 6 month old baby after a jar of strained spinach.
In Carrie Underwood's world, a song that only reaches No. 2 on the Billboard charts is a disappointment. Country music's original American Idol has never had a hit chart lower; over a dozen have reached No. 1, with songs from the Storyteller album sure to keep that total growing.