The Show-Me State of Missouri is one of 4 states that has a very specific law that forces certain women to stay married. What exactly is this law, and should it even be a law in the first place? Here are the details...
I've been in Kansas City, Missouri so much in my lifetime I feel like I've lived there, but I haven't. That's why I'm gonna rely on the help of robots to determine what the best neighborhood in that area is. Artificial intelligence picked a very low-key one that seems to be the favorite of many.
I'm not sure what this says about me as a person, but I don't normally respond well when I'm told I can't do something. That's why I'm a little concerned about a list I've found of foods you're not allowed to eat in Illinois. The "don't list" is long and I'm afraid I'll be tempted to rebel.
How happy are you in your relationship? I don't mean to intrude, but the reason I ask is if you're common law married, there's something you need to know if you're thinking about moving to Illinois. There's only one (rather awkward) reason to do it.
There's good news and bad news about what many forecasters consider to be a dangerous storm system that will impact Missouri early next week. It is expected to crash Missouri temperatures and cause them to freefall more than 50 degrees in just hours, but that drop won't last long.
There's nothing quite like having someone you love that loves you back in a long-term relationship. In some states, after 7 years together, you are common law marriage. What about Missouri? Is there common law marriage in the Show Me State? The answer is both yes and no. It's complicated.