Outdoors

It’s Missouri…Just Wait For It
Well above normal temperatures will continue through Thursday before a strong cold front moves through on Friday. Some storms will be possible as this front moves through, however severe weather is not expected at this time. Much cooler air will settle south across the region this weekend, setting t…
Veterans Day Activities
Smith-Cotton High School will kick things off Friday morning with the S-C JROTC Veterans Day breakfast beginning at 7:45 at the high school with the ceremony following.
A beautiful day is in store for the Veteran's Day parade in Sedalia...
Election Day…Make It Count
Today, November 8, we have the right and responsibility to vote. Polls are open today from 6am-7pm. If you have questions about how/where to vote, see the MO Secretary of State's website, or your local election authority.
Clouds and light rain will gradually taper off from west to east this morn…
Getting Used to the Time Change
It's the first full week of the time change and to start it off today is a chance of showers that could pass through the area. Not only will it be dark earlier this evening but also some clouds and possible rain later in the day to start off your Monday...
Results from Missouri’s Fall Firearms Turkey Season
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) announced that hunters checked 3,698 turkeys during Missouri’s fall firearms turkey season, Oct. 1-31. Last year’s fall firearms turkey harvest total was 6,158. Top harvest counties for the 2016 fall firearms turkey season were Greene with 12…
Welcome Back to Reality
A cold front and upper disturbance will bring the chance for thunderstorms this afternoon and early evening. A few storms may become strong, although widespread severe weather is unlikely.
Forecast for Tonight-Sticky Candy
Morning clouds will gradually burn off through the day allowing late summer-like temperatures to return to the region this afternoon with highs in the upper 70s to near 80. Breezy south winds will gust as high as 30 mph through the evening.

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