In real estate, the mantra is location, location, location. If that's true and you happen to love the Kansas City Chiefs, you might be interested to know that there's land just south of Arrowhead Stadium.
My mom used to dress up our family dog up in coats then she'd tell everyone how much the dog loved it. I suspect the same philosophy may be at work with an Illinois dog named Bradford that his owner says "loves" her piano playing.
When men are left alone to solve problems, things like this...happen. A lady shared video of a man who just got himself a Christmas tree. He decided to transport it home in a way only Clark Griswold could completely understand.
Things are done differently in St. Louis, Missouri compared to the rest of the state and that's especially true about driving. Wild video proves this point as a St. Louis driver was just spotted doing donuts through an intersection.
One of my favorite comedians likes to joke about everyone talking about their love of hiking online. If you really do like to get out and really do hiking, you should know about Buford Mountain in Missouri. It's a rocky hike, but has a sweet view as a payoff at the end. Oh, and it's an old volcano.
It's no secret that this is the busiest delivery season of the year. One delivery man faced the ultimate challenge as a friendly dog kept returning the package he was trying to leave at a home over and over again.
Do you remember how crazy it became in early December of 1990 when a man predicted a massive earthquake on the New Madrid Fault? It truly became a media spectacle with only one problem. The earthquake never happened.
There are a lot of towns who are trying new things to convince potential residents to move there. For example, Grafton has a program where they are more or less paying you to move there. In this case, the details are extra important here.
I'm a history nut and that makes me being born and raised in Missouri poetic justice. I get to look inside historic places like Daniel Boone's Missouri mansion that was built in the early 1800's and then share that with you.