KANSAS CITY — Relentless heat and historically dry conditions are showing no signs of easing in Missouri, with the National Weather Service predicting seven to 10 days of 100-degree temperatures, including several expected to reach at least 105 degrees.
No end in sight for drought-stressed Missouri farmers
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