Make your own granola with less sugar

Make your own granola with less sugar

Taste of the Ozarks

Another Blast of Winter Arrives Tuesday

The next storm system will bring freezing rain, sleet and snow

Gradual Clearing Today

Freezing drizzle this morning will give way to some peeks of late day sun

Icy sidewalk safety

Raquel Harrington reports

Widespread Freezing Drizzle Overnight

Hazardous travel conditions developing tonight



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Where to find ‘America’s Best Caviar?’ Try Kentucky.

Even ‘America’s Best Caviar’ owner David Fields says he had no idea about caviar in the Bluegrass State until seven years ago. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles headed to Grand Rivers to give it a try. His verdict? Tastes “just right.”

Growing movement uses power of music in Alzheimer’s treatment

Dozens of choirs have been founded nationwide for people with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. The goal is help exercise the brain, reduce anxiety and foster new friendships through the power of song.

Armed volunteers train in hopes of protecting parishioners from potential attacks

More than a thousand places of worship across the United State have launched volunteer security teams over the last decade. Members say they’re addressing a grim new reality after attacks like those on Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue or Charleston's Emanuel AME Church.

Police sources say they are investigating if Jussie Smollett staged attack against him

Chicago police are now investigating if the “Empire” actor paid two men to stage an alleged attack on him, saying information from two men who were later released “shifted the trajectory of the investigation.” Smollett’s attorneys denied any suggestion that he played a role in the alleged attack.

Woman who called Michelle Obama an 'ape' defrauded FEMA of $18K

"The flood was a natural disaster," U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart said in a statement. "Stealing from FEMA is a manmade disaster."