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Gov. Jay Nixon Declares State of Emergency from Storms

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency after storms struck most of the state on Thursday (March 3), spawning a tornado in suburban St. Louis and causing flash flooding in several areas.

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Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Providing Storm Spotter Training in Sedalia

The Pettis County EMA is hosting an evening of Storm Spotter Training. Training is provided by the National Weather Service on Feb. 20 at 7:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 1701 West 32nd St.

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Thousands Still Without Power Monday in Missouri

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Parts of Missouri are cleaning up after strong storms swept through the state.

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Storms Barrel Through Midwest, Leaving Several Dead [VIDEO]

Tornadoes and thunderstorms rampaged through the Midwest today, killing several people in Illinois and leaving a path of destruction.

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Severe Thunderstorms and Tornados Possible Over the Weekend

The National Weather Service is predicting that severe weather could pick up this weekend, with a higher likelihood that bad weather will strike on Sunday night or Monday morning.

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Brutal Storms Rip Through South and Midwest, Killing 3; Now Headed East

A very strong spring storm dumped ice and snow throughout the Midwest on Thursday, and tornadoes tore through much of the South. The storm is now heading for the East Coast.

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Flood Watch Issued For West Central Missouri

The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for our area from midnight through Thursday evening. Several rounds of thunderstorms are expected over the region tonight and Wednesday. These storms may repeatedly impact the same areas with total two inches of rain expected across the region

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Are Wet News Anchors Really Neccesary? [OPINION]

Is it just me, or is it a little silly to see a newsman knee deep in flood waters doing a news report on an approaching storm like Hurricane Sandy? Do they really think we don't know what a flooded street looks like?

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