• MGN Online

    Geminid meteor shower could be the best meteor shower of the year

    The Geminid meteor shower peaks this week, so hope for clear skies that will let you see a beautiful show of green fireballs on Thursday and Friday. This will be the last -- and strongest -- meteor shower of the year, according to NASA. 

  • Comet zooming by Earth will be visible this weekend

    Comet 46P/Wirtanen, dubbed the "Christmas comet" by some, is also set to blaze across the December sky. Come Dec. 16, the comet will be just over 7 million miles from Earth and should be visible to the naked eye.

  • Light snow and mix clips KAKEland this weekend

    This weather maker will likely bring rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow to Oklahoma and will just clip far southern Kansas.

  • Rain, rumbles and snow possible across KAKEland

    A slow moving, weekend weather maker rolls into KAKEland Friday bringing rain, possible thunderstorms and even another taste of snow.

  • Climate change will affect infrastructure, agriculture and health of Kansans

    Kansans can expect rising temperatures and more extreme flooding in the future, according to the latest National Climate Assessment. 

  • Winter storm cancels, delays classes for Monday

    With the winter storm blanketing Kansas in high winds and, in some places, record heavy snows, many school districts and universities in the hardest hit places have already canceled classes for Monday.  

  • A driver checks her tire pressure at the Towanda rest stop on the Kansas Turnpike Sunday, as the storm blows snow around her.

    Thanksgiving travelers brave storm to get home

    The winter storm caught a lot of Americans on the road Sunday, headed home from the Thanksgiving holiday.  Many ended up pulled over at rest stops like the Towanda oasis on the Kansas Turnpike. “Been away for a week now and my time off ends today,” said Joseph Tarpeh, who’s headed to Austin, Minnesota.  “I have to show up for work tomorrow morning.”