Missouri executed convicted killer William Rousan early Wednesday morning after Governor Jay Nixon declined a clemency request.
Fire crews responded to an early morning house fire on St. Joseph's north side.
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Money would go toward repairing levees damaged by flooding in recent years. A state senator from St. Joseph fears another flood at Rosecrans could lead to the permanent closure of the Air Guard's 139th Air Lift Wing.
The 90-year-old former senator and presidential candidate answered questions and posed for photographs.
A St. Joseph couple is shocked after receiving a $1,600 water bill. They say the response they received from the water company after questioning the bill was almost as surprising.
Cadets at Northwest Missouri State University got a sneak peak of what it takes to be a leader from one of the country's top servicemen.
The St. Joseph School District says both new schools are set to open on time in August.
With this school year winding down, soon to be Kindergarteners are already preparing for next school year.
Prosecutors say Hailey Owens was sexually assaulted before her death. They have filed additional charges against suspect Craig Wood.
A training event is underway at Missouri Western State University this week to make sure students and faculty are on the same page in the event of an emergency.
State auditors have completed their field work in their investigation of the books at Country Club Village. At issue is how taxes some say dedicated for road repairs are actually being spent.
Audit could take several months before final report is issued. Three auditors will review financials, meeting minutes and other administrative procedures.
SB 509 would reduce state income taxes one-half percent each year for five consecutive years.
The Maryville public library has received nearly $36,000 dollars in grants to replace and update equipment.
The presentation was for a communications class at the school. The Heartland Virus was discovered in St. Joseph in 2009.
NWMSU celebrated 20 years as a campus where people can learn and celebrate trees.
Mayor Bill Falkner, Municipal Judge John Boeh, and new city council members are among those sworn in. Pat Jones voted in as Deputy Mayor.
Under sunny skies and heavy security, 36,000 runners took part in the Boston marathon Monday. Organizers say a million spectators cheered the racers on - double the usual turnout.
A detour will be set up to direct drivers around the construction zone.
Kraft is recalling 96,000 pounds of hot dogs over incorrect labels.
Nearly 200 volunteers will help decide how campaign funds are sorted out. They're working to make sure every dollar goes where it's needed most.
The new website provides information about each department under the county umbrella. Residents can also learn more about permits, licensing and other services.
According to the National Confectioners Association, Americans are projected to spend $2.26 billion on Easter candy.
Strong Tower Baptist Church branched out of its traditional Easter service, and celebrated the day at Krug Park.
A group of kids learned about gun safety at a conceal and carry class Saturday afternoon.
Nobody was inside at the time.
The accident happened just before 2 a.m. on Sunday morning.
A non-traditional animal shelter hosted the unique event for dogs.
Missouri Valley Baptist Church hosted the fourth annual Easter egg launch in south St. Joseph.
The number of patients undergoing plastic surgery and other non-invasive cosmetic procedures is up almost 20 percent in the past five years.
Missouri State Highway Patrol has identified the two girls involved in the crash.
Jeff and Kaiti Lawrence exchanged vows at home plate Friday evening
The man leading the Buchanan County Sheriff's Department says he won't seek re-election.
We're all guilty of speeding at one point or another. But one woman spent two nights behind bars for driving too fast.
Easter is almost here and for one church that means taking an egg hunt to a whole new level.
27-year-old Muhammad Whitaker is behind bars, charged with 18 felony counts for shooting into cars and injuring three people.
Caroline's Cart doubles as a basket for groceries and wheel chair to accommodate children with special needs.
During a ceremony Friday at East Hills mall, St. Joseph City Councilwoman Donna Jean Boyer read a proclamation from Mayor Bill Falkner.
Michaels says a security breach at its stores lasted eight months and affected about three million customers.
A woman with roots in northwest Missouri has been selected as the next leader for the St. Joseph Museums. After a nationwide search, Sara Wilson landed the role of executive director for the museums.
The Fluoride Action Network is forming in St. Joseph to eliminate fluoride additives from the city's water supply.
Teachers and law enforcement across Northwest Missouri find ways to better prepare students for an active shooter.
MWSU wrapped up its second annual child abuse conference for responders and students on how to help an abused child.
Cheaper steaks are more affordable to consumers. But does removing these value cuts impact the quality of ground chuck? University of Missouri meat scientists wanted to find out.
If you plan on munching on those Easter eggs after you've dyed them, pay extra attention to how you cook them.
Shoppers nationwide and here in St. Joseph are seeing a major spike in lime prices.
More and more college students are relying on prescription drugs to get through their workload.
Someone claiming to be from the IRS or another federal agency has been calling around the county. Another scheme tries to collect personal and account information from AT&T customers.
An organ donor recipient met with the family whose loss gave her life. The mother of the donor listened to her son's heartbeat for the first time since his death.
A St. Joseph veteran received a new car from Cars 4 Heroes.
Griffon Head Baseball Coach Buzz Verduzco was mic'd up during MWSU's series with Central Missouri.