Many of the main roads and highways were clear by late morning and officials say the sunshine today played a large role in advancing their efforts.
Taxi cab drivers say if you know you're going to need a ride, it's always best to schedule a pickup or drop off the day before, especially with icy roadways.
The delay allowed work crews to clear the roads and the university to deice the sidewalks.
Clark Griswald may have some competition when it comes to Christmas light decorations.
It is a healthy and effective way to help reduce pet overpopulation.
The winter storm has left many cars stuck and that means tow truck companies have been busy.
The commission accepted a bid from All-State Tower out of Kentucky for the relocation project.
Volunteers with the group say more than 100 families have already spent three holiday seasons in apartments or temporary housing.
Jasper County commissioners move forward to make a railroad crossing safer in Jasper.
Local children now have a new place to drop off their letters to Santa Claus.
As federal workers scramble to fix a faulty healthcare website, a Missouri senator says he's confident those problems will be resolved, but that there are bigger issues.
Advocates submitted 10 proposed petitions to the Missouri Secretary of State's Office.
The City has been notified by Republic Services that due to road conditions today they will not be picking up the Tuesday residential trash route.
Applications to intervene and participate in this case must be filed no later than December 31, 2013
Carthage Police Officers and paramedics responded to 1237 Douglas Court around 6pm Monday.
The Pittsburg community remembers those they lost tonight through a Christmas tree.
Christina Haidle and her roommate, Beth Williams, were both charged after Williams' three year old daughter was rushed to the hospital with extreme malnutrition.
There were 385 crimes reported in Joplin last month, the exact number as the month before.
According to a Rutgers survey, tourists spend an average of $30 when visiting businesses along Route 66.
Hundreds of MODOT drivers have been working overtime to clear the roadways since Friday, and it doesn't seem like they'll catch a break anytime soon.