The Missouri House of Representatives sent legislation to the Missouri Senate intended to regulate red light traffic cameras across the state.
Pi Day, March 14th, is a day that students and teachers alike celebrated in St. Joseph.
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NOAA's National Climatic Data Center released its State of the Climate report for February. And nationally, it was the 37th coldest February on record.
Temperatures Wednesday were in the 50s but 60s are on tap for Weekend.
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A leader at Northwest Missouri State University is moving on.
The deadline for the open enrollment phase of the affordable care act is coming soon. A northwest Missouri group is offering assistance for those who still need help navigating the website.
As part of their pothole patrol campaign, MoDOT has seen an increase in reports.
Fire science students at Hillyard Technical College are training to remove dangerous waste in the event of a chemical spill.
Only 26 percent of teenagers ages 16 to 19 had a job in 2011, according to a Brookings Institution study. That's down from 45 percent back in 2000.
One of the US Army's 15 most wanted fugitives has been captured more than three decades after he escaped federal custody.
When officers respond to a domestic disturbance call, they know there could be alcohol, weapons and plenty of emotions that can escalate a situation.
Students in Northwest Missouri will soon have a new campus for research
Fans from St. Joseph, and beyond, traveled to Kansas City to see their favorite Big 12 team play on Thursday.
Governor Jay Nixon calls for a tuition freeze at public colleges
Deputies are looking for 30-year-old Creed Campbell.
Heartland Health and Mosaic Life Care has donated $65,000 to Second Harvest Community Food Bank. The money will help fund the Backpack Buddies program.
Sgt. Jacob Angle is taking on the role at Troop H in St. Joseph. Angle replaces Sgt. Sheldon Lyon who retired recently.
Missouri lawmakers are considering a bill that would make it illegal for cities to ban specific dog breeds like pit bulls.
Law enforcement leaders are training to respond to a child abduction, and they're getting ready for a drill that will test their readiness.
Students at a local high school are honoring one of their on. The science teacher at Troy High School was recently diagnosed with cancer and now the school is supporting him by wearing purple.
The sheriff's office said they responded to the home after two disturbance calls Tuesday. They said they are treating the investigation as a possible homicide.
Buchanan County Prosecutor Dwight Scroggins has announced his intention to run for re-election.
A two-vehicle accident claimed the life of Randall Phillips early Tuesday morning.
The Platte County Sheriff's Department responded to a home in the 18000 block of Interurban Road Tuesday after receiving two disturbance calls in about an hour's time.
An unusual discovery inside a trash can at a St. Joseph store.
The commotion shook up Weipert's neighborhood. Many of his neighbors were outside when the shooting happened.
The shooting happened Monday in the 1500 block of S. 41st Street.
Authorities have found a missing 86-year-old woman.
Heartland Health will turn over ambulance service to Buchanan County July 1.
The addition of two new elementary schools next fall means new lines will need to be drawn for school districts. The Board of Education wants public input on a preliminary plan has been developed. Seven schools are affected.
Authorities said the officer was responding to a possible suicidal man at a home on the 1500 block of S. 41st Street when the shooting happened.
Carlos O'Kelly's has been in St. Joseph on Frederick Avenue since 1997.
The alternative spring break that allows them to give back to communities through projects like Habitat for Humanity.
Concern is growing over a virus that has already killed close to 3 million pigs and could spike pork prices.
Dr. Thomas DiStefano has performed more than 800 knee replacement surgeries. But now he has some new equipment at his disposal.
The St. Joseph man, involved in a pursuit last week, died over the weekend.
The public phase of the centennial capital campaign is set to begin next year and will coincide with Missouri Western's centennial celebration.
An aggressive pothole patching campaign kicks off today in northwest Missouri. MoDOT offers several ways to report potholes.
Even though we're not going to break a record in all likelihood, we'll see a warmer afternoon than we've seen in months today.
We are less than a month away until St. Joseph residents will cast their votes on a controversial smoking ban.
Arthritis Community Services held its annual bowl-a-thon, on Sunday, at Olympia Lanes.
American College of Technology has moved to the Wyeth Mansion.
Cinderella's Closest hosts annual fashion show at East Hills Mall.
Potentially contaminated beef could have reached as many as 35 states, including Missouri and Kansas.
A committee endorsed a bill that would require all students living on college campuses to be vaccinated against meningitis starting in July 2015.
The shooting happened after police began a pursuit of a stolen pick-up truck in the area of 7th and Iowa Streets in Hiawatha.
Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander spoke Friday at Northwest Missouri State University's CIE to officially recognize the center.
Businesses selling booze to minors is a problem many cities face. Here in St. Joseph, a program is in place to check-up on servers and make sure they're following the law.
Police say Jaden Hanson was found safe
Missouri Western State University announced an educational partnership with the 139th Airlift Wing on Friday.
Jonathon Guyer is just one of the instructors in a group course aimed at teaching young teenage boys the many aspects of being a man.
The Cardinals complete the season with a 29-3 record.