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Habitat Dedicates 5 More Homes
Five new homes built through the Governor's Joplin Habitat Challenge were dedicated Tuesday. The homes are in the St. Lou...
Trees Planted In Joplin
A Joplin neighborhood has some new additions: Trees. Some three dozen volunteers from the Missouri Community Forestry Council...
Global Warming Part of KS Science Standards
The Kansas state school board has approved new science standards for public schools that treat both evolution and climate cha...
Study: Most of Joplin Tornado Damage Due to Poor Anti-Wind Construction
A new engineering report says Joplin homes destroyed in the 2011 tornado were poorly built to withstand wind.The American Soc...
Results of the May 2011 Tornado Damage Has Been Released
A new engineering report breaks down the causes for the damage in the May 2011 tornado. Bill Coulbourne with the American Soc...
MO Cougar Sightings
The number of cougars reported in Missouri last year was up significantly over recent years. Bill Graham, a spokesman for the...
Search For Man Who Jumped Into Grand Lake
Rescue crews will continue searching Thursday morning for a man who jumped into Grand Lake Wednesday afternoon. Witnesses say...
Zero Tolerance For Burning In Newton County
No tolerance for burning. The Newton County Commission has declared a state of emergency because of the dry weather. County E...
NWS: Two Tornadoes Confirmed for Jasper, Dade Counties
The National Weather Service has confirmed two small tornadoes in southwest Missouri early Monday. The touchdowns occurred sh...
Storm Damage Outside Grove
An area south and east of Grove may have been hit by a tornado early Thursday morning. Delaware County Emergency Management D...
Joplin Tornado Aid Bill Clears One Senate Hurdle
Missouri senators have endorsed a plan that could provide $15 million to Joplin to rebuild street curbs and gutters that ...
Arbor Day was celebrated at Joplin's Parr Hill Park today. Empire District Electric gave away trees to be planted. Jon Sk...
Joplin Habitat Challenge Homes Dedicated
Ten families who had lost their homes in the May 2011 tornado now have new homes, thanks to Joplin Area Habitat For Humanity ...
Feds Give Up Plan To Restrict Farm Work By Kids
Kansas officials say they're relieved the federal government has abandoned proposed rules restricting farm work by childr...
Water Levels Recovering
The recent rains have done wonders for Missouri American Water's supply in Joplin. External Affairs Manager Christie Barn...
No New Nuclear Plant In MO
A highly touted plan by Ameren Missouri and Westinghouse to design and build a series of next-generation nuclear reactors at ...
NWS Confims Weak Tornado Appeared Saturday
The National Weather Service says a weak tornado was responsible for some minor damage in southwest Missouri over the weekend...
Newton County Storm Shelter List
Emergency management workers in Newton County are putting together a list of people who have storm shelters. Emergency Managm...
Storms Batter Missouri, Oklahoma
Tornadoes rolling in from the prairie slammed Oklahoma City and its suburbs on Friday. People were trapped in their vehicles ...
Parsons Boil Order Lifted
A boil order for the city of Parsons in Labette County has been lifted. City Spokeswoman Kari West tells News Talk KZRG it ha...
MO Conservation Official: Joplin Tree Recovery On Track
The future looks green for Joplin. Tom Draper, Deputy Director of the Missouri Department of Conservation, tells News Talk KZ...
MO Deer Hunt
Missouri's Department of Conservation says hunters took nearly 205,000 deer during November's 11-day firearms season....
It's Hot And Dry!
Because of the hot, dry weather, burning bans are in effect in Newton, McDonald, Cherokee and Bourbon Counties in the KZRG li...
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