Energy activity in the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's region "increased moderately" during 2022's first quarter, according to the latest energy survey from the bank.
U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency Administrator Anne Milgram is sounding the alarm about a rise in fentanyl-related mass overdose deaths.
Spring starts with high fire danger for a large portion of the central United States, including the eastern plains of Colorado.
Consumers have no health risk of getting avian flu if they eat poultry, but producers are anxious about the virus killing flocks and causing shortages and price increases.
Connie Lou Peek
July 2, 1945 - February 27, 2022
Connie Lou Peek, 76, of Adrian, Missouri, passed away February 27, 2022, at St. Joseph Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri.
Connie was born July 3, 1945, in Eads, to Oral D. and Margit G. (Olson) Parker.
She was united in marriage to Sammy C. Peek October 28, 1962, in Eads. They had lived in Peculiar, Missouri and Osceola, Missouri, before moving to Adrian six years ago.
As of 2022, recreational marijuana is legal in 18 states and Washington, D.C., and medical marijuana is legal in 36 states and D.C.
Some major cities could see their highest Christmas temperatures in nearly 100 years, while others could be in need of an all-new record book for Christmas.
Meat prices have been on the rise, but family-farm advocates say higher profits haven't been making their way to smaller cattle producers.
Most tornadoes stay on the ground for a short amount of time and travel short distances - 3-4 miles on average. Long-track and very long-track tornadoes - those that travel at least 25 and 100 miles respectively - are relatively uncommon.
September 20, 1978 - August 14, 2021
Krystal Cloyd, 42, of Hannibal, Missouri, passed away August 14, 2021 at her home. There will be no services at this time.