Although some roads may appear to be clear of wintry precip, caution is still urged
Icy roads caused major headaches on many roadways Sunday. Highway Patrol troopers scrambled to keep up with slide offs throughout the day.
MoDOT officials warn drivers to take it slow even if the roads look clear. They urge drivers to be cautious when driving over bridges, overpasses, and any elevated surface because they freeze quicker.
"We are going to keep crews out over night they are going ...
Missouri will face former Big 12 foe Oklahoma State in Cotton Bowl
The Missouri Tigers (11-2) will face former Big 12 foe Oklahoma State (10-2) in the 78th AT&T Cotton Bowl on Jan. 3, at 7:30 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas. The announcement was made on Sunday night.
"We are honored and excited to accept a bid to play in the Cotton Bowl," said head coach Gary Pinkel, who will make his ninth bowl appearance in 13 seasons ...
Ark. AG: Laws help consumers during winter storm
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel says Gov. Mike Beebe's declaration of a state of emergency because of winter storms crossing the state has triggered state laws intended to protect consumers during an emergency.
McDaniel says Thursday's declaration triggers a state law that prohibits businesses from raising prices more than 10 percent, with certain exceptions. Businesses may exceed the 10-percent cap if they can establish that the ...
Slick roads tonight and Monday morning
Accumulating snow possible again Monday night. ...
Six crashes involving total of 18 vehicles caused by ice on I-44 in Pulaski County
PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. - Icy conditions on Interstate 44 in Pulaski County contributed to at least six reported crashes that involved at least 17 vehicles in a four-mile stretch of freeway on Sunday shortly before noon.
Several slide-offs occurred between mileposts 149 and 153 on Interstate 44. Traffic stopped in the road due to a crash at mile marker 153 near Buckhorn, and a 2007 Freightliner tractor-trailer ...
Crews blowing up a 77-year-old bridge at Sunrise Beach
An old bridge crossing Lake Of The Ozarks is coming down one section at a time.
MoDOT on Saturday blew up a stretch of the old Hurricane Deck Bridge at Sunrise Beach. Two more sections will be blown up in the coming weeks.
A crane will fish the steel out of the lake so it can be recycled.
The bridge was built in 1936. A new ...