A $42-Million federal grant from the US Homeland Security Department is on its way to Missouri. State Emergency Management Agency chief Jerry Uhlmann says most of the money will go for training and equipping police, firefighters, and emergency personnel – better known as first responders. Uhlmann says the money is intended to beef up Missouri’s ability to respond to terrorist attacks, but he says it will help in numerous other areas where the state has emergencies such as reponse to floods and tornadoes.