The Missouri Department of Agriculture, in coordination with USDA Animal and Plant Inspection Service, has detected Sudden Oak Death on plants shipped to some retail nurseries in Missouri. The plants were shipped to Wal-Mart and Rural King throughout Missouri, and Springfield Home Depot, Stark Brothers Nursery Garden, and Fort Leonard Wood PX. If you purchased rhododendrons or […]
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Another federal agency is stepping up to help Missouri’s severe weather victims. Ryan Hart reports.
Missouri’s in-home day cares will have new capacity restrictions. Alisa Nelson reports.
A U.S. House subcommittee heard testimony on Wednesday about Missouri River flooding. Chairman of the Missouri Levee and Drainage District Association, Tom Waters, said the river flooding is far from over and he wants federal officials to act quickly to get levees repaired. Waters said there are more than 100 levee breaches along the Missouri […]
In May of this year, tornadoes ravaged several areas of the state, including the state capitol. The Missouri Department of Insurance reached out to insurance carriers in the state to determine the number of claims filed, related to the tornado damage, and the dollar amounts of the settlements of those claims. Data submitted by the […]
Governor Parson has signed a bill into law that helps certain victims with potential lease problems. Alisa Nelson reports.