After being blanketed with more than a foot of snow, many in the Midwest are sick of the winter weather. But some farmers in Kansas say the snow is alleviating some of the effects of the ongoing drought.
Chimneys should be cleaned and inspected every single year. That's standard advice from any chimney sweep. But this year, that maintenance could be even more essential.
Find out how to make sure your evergreens -- and foundation -- survive the winter.
The Kansas winter wheat crop continues to suffer from warm, dry and windy weather -- …
Johnson County, Kan., farmer Tom Boehm struck out with soybeans and corn this summer, but…
The summer drought resulted in cancellation of fireworks displays in many parts of the …
The dry weather pattern that's plagued much of the Midwest since last year is bringing …
Tree roots searching for moisture are being blamed for damaging home sewer lines.
|May 29, 2012 - April 30, 2013|
Pull your head out of the clouds and read up on some of weather terms being tossed around this summer, so you know when to prepare and when to take cover.
As temperatures soar once again in the Kansas City area, homeowners who have cut back or stopped watering their lawns could end up paying an expensive foundation bill in just a few months.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is streamlining the process for farmers to apply for government disaster help as crops in many states burn up in the widest drought in nearly 25 years.
Kelly Beard-Tittone has a number of thriving plant and vegetable gardens at her house in spite of the drought. But instead of running a sprinkler, she's using water collected in her rain barrels to keep them alive and well.