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Governor Parson says there will be Missouri budget vetoes

Governor Parson says there will be Missouri budget vetoes

Gov. Mike Parson has until the end of the month to decide what stays and what goes in the Missouri Legislature’s $51.7 billion state operating budget proposal. Parson told reporters that there will veto line items in the fiscal plan. “I mean, I don't know how to...

Lords of the Rings. Chiefs receive third set of bling at ceremony

The Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their Super Bowl LVIII Thursday night at the Nelson-Adkins Museum of Art. The event brought together players, coaches, and team officials to commemorate their championship season. The highlight of the evening was the presentation of...

Greetings, Earthlings: Piedmont opens UFO Capital of Missouri Park

Greetings, Earthlings: Piedmont opens UFO Capital of Missouri Park

In 1973, more than 500 UFO sightings were reported in the southeast Missouri area of Piedmont and Wayne County. The epicenter was Clearwater Lake, where Reggie Bone and his Clearwater High School basketball team in Piedmont reported seeing a bright shaft of light...

Abnormally dry area in northeastern Missouri grows in size

Abnormally dry area in northeastern Missouri grows in size

An abnormally dry area in northeastern Missouri has grown in size. The latest drought monitor map shows the near-circular area covering most of the northeastern part of the state and portions of north-central Missouri. Meanwhile, most of southeastern Missouri is no...

Blues will groom former player to become next GM

Blues will groom former player to become next GM

St. Louis Blues Chairman Tom Stillman and GM Doug Armstrong announced major changes in the team’s leadership. Doug Armstrong, the longest-serving and winningest GM in Blues history, has signed a three-year extension, keeping him president of hockey operations through...

Really cheap gas in Pacific, Missouri on Friday

Really cheap gas in Pacific, Missouri on Friday

As gas prices slightly decline, one store in eastern Missouri’s Pacific will really see them plummet, for a few hours at least. The conservative group Americans for Prosperity is hosting a gas price rollback on Friday at a gas station, in which the price of...

Hot tips to prepare for hot and humid temperatures

Hot tips to prepare for hot and humid temperatures

The heat is coming. High temperatures in the mid-90’s are expected Thursday, making it difficult to stay cool. Katy Linnenbrink with SEMA, the State Emergency Management Agency, highlighted when it begins to get dangerous outside. “Just the temperature itself is one...

Got milk? Hundreds of dairy farms call Missouri home

Got milk? Hundreds of dairy farms call Missouri home

Missouri is home to 340 Grade A dairy farms where people work tirelessly to produce high quality dairy product for the state and beyond. The state's dairy industry is valued at nearly $242 million and provides more than $2.1 billion in value-added contribution to the...

BREAKING: Missouri executes David Hosier for killing ex-lover

BREAKING: Missouri executes David Hosier for killing ex-lover

Missouri has carried out its second execution of the year. At 6:11 p.m., David Hosier was pronounced dead at the state prison in southeast Missouri’s Bonne Terre. He died by lethal injection for the 2009 killing of his ex-lover, Angela Gilpin. Law enforcement also...

Groundbreaking ceremony for I-70 expansion project set for Thursday

Groundbreaking ceremony for I-70 expansion project set for Thursday

Missouri is on the verge of breaking ground on a historic infrastructure project. A groundbreaking ceremony is planned for Thursday in Columbia on the first part of Missouri’s construction to widen Interstate 70 to six total lanes statewide. The celebration will be...

From Rescue to Rehab: The Heartwarming Work at R&R Ranch (LISTEN)

From Rescue to Rehab: The Heartwarming Work at R&R Ranch (LISTEN)

Stacy Rolfe from R&R Ranch in Wildwood, Missouri, runs a rescue operation for miniature horses, as highlighted in Missouri Life Magazine. In an interview on "Show Me Today," Stacy explained the challenges of caring for these small but high-maintenance animals, who...

John O’Leary talks ‘On Fire’

John O’Leary talks ‘On Fire’

A St. Louis-area man who survived being severely burned as a child is the subject of a movie that’s just finished shooting. “On Fire” tells the story of John O’Leary, who suffered burns over his entire body -- 87% of which were third-degree burns -- when he was nine...

MDC says invasive fish is a delicacy to eat (LISTEN)

MDC says invasive fish is a delicacy to eat (LISTEN)

The northern snakehead is a type of fish that resembles a serpent. Its descent is from parts of China, Korea, and Russia. The fourth invasive specimen of its kind has been identified in Missouri, and news anchor Marshall Griffin is talking with Missouri Department of...

Missouri researcher uses red cabbages to fight IBD

Missouri researcher uses red cabbages to fight IBD

University of Missouri researchers are studying ways to provide relief to people with digestive health conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Dr. Satya Rachagani is experimenting on mice using juice from a red cabbage because colitis in mice closely...