City council member Spanky O'Dell wants to build a tradition of watching big sporting events at Coleman Hawkins Park in downtown St. Joseph.
A routine traffic stop turned into a police chase, a wreck and an arrest Tuesday afternoon in St. Joseph.
In Kansas City's first World Series game in 29 years, the Giants beat the Royals 7-1 in the opener of the 2014 Fall Classic.
Royals fans were out hours in advance of World Series Game 1 at Kauffman Stadium. It was a big celebration that nobody expected.
SungWoo Lee is back in Kansas City as the Royals begin the 2014 World Series against the San Francisco Giants.
Students at St. Francis Xavier School gathered in the gym to take part in Royals chants and even some trivia about the team.
The demonstration at North and West Platte High Schools was part of the the second annual Arrive Alive event.
The black and red halls at St. Joseph Christian were flooded with royal blue Tuesday.
They say promises are meant to be broken, but Vaughn Studer doesn't know the meaning of a broken promise.
Jeff Carter went to work on a white board "mural" last week after the Royals made it to the World Series. The display includes team logos and an even a Royals player.
Governor Jay Nixon on Tuesday announced he will create a commission to recommend how to make progress on the issues raised by the deadly police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson.
A Vibbard, MO man was killed in a Monday evening motorcycle crash just outside of Lawson, Missouri.
Whether it's maneuvering around in bad weather or dodging inattentive drivers texting on their cell phones, school bus drivers focus on getting their kids to and from school safely each day.
It was a special night for KQTV as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
Having a working smoke detector in a home can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. The St. Joseph chapter of The American Red Cross is working to make sure those who live in rural areas with remote access to fire responders can at least have the security of a functioning smoke detector.
The government is urging nearly five million drivers to take “immediate action” to protect themselves against “defective” airbags – airbags that a safety expert says can explode in the vehicle and harm passengers.
Major League Baseball is warning of ticket and merchandise scams.
The owner of an auction house is sending out a warning after she said a man nearly put her out of business.
Filings from the Missouri Ethics Commission show the Missouri State Democratic Committee pitched in $25,000 to Robert Stuber's campaign.
The New York Times reports forensic tests found Brown's blood on the gun, uniform and police cruiser belonging to officer Darren Wilson.
Jerod Main is putting his 1965 Ford Mustang on Craigslist.
Larry Cunning is preparing for the World Series by painting the Royals logo in his yard and ten of his neighbors.
The Senator spoke on NBC's Meet the Press Sunday morning.
The seed is used as a safer way to look for tumors in breast cancer patients.
The Department is encouraging people to check out their website.
Mr. Tom Reed gave a presentation about John Pershing, a General of the army during World War I, at the Patee House Museum Sunday.
Bowling shoes were laced and bowling balls polished, all to put an end to cancer.
The accident happened south of Troy on Saturday afternoon.
A group of volunteers is hoping to make a difference through song.
A different festive and spooky event in St. Joseph Saturday night had people scratching their heads.
Getting kids from inside to the beautiful outdoors and showing them how to shoot a gun is the idea behind Family Day at a local refuge area.
The water company held an open tour on Saturday to show the community how their facility works.
26-year-old Brittany-Robin Wood was transported by helicopter to Heartland Regional Medical Center after the car she was driving overturned on Hwy P east of St. Joseph.
The Sertoma Club of St. Joe held the walk to raise money for a hearing loop project at the Missouri Theater.
As temperatures cool down, the Salvation Army is helping out by donating coats.
The Missouri Department of Transportation says they have reopened a bridge near Kingston, that was closed after an inspection.
Staff at Collision Auto Repair celebrated the business's 30th anniversary with a car giveaway. They chose a winner they felt was deserving based on need and attitude.
Heartland is following a recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and is now pre-screening all patients for the virus.
A Savannah woman has a warning for other women after she says someone snapped a picture of her in a dressing room.
Trainers from the St. Louis World Bird Sanctuary showed off a selection of birds of prey. The demonstration is all part of the "Wings over Water" program.
St. Joseph Teachers applied for the money, which can be used to fund innovative ideas in their classrooms.
The facility in Jefferson City has been designated as a laboratory that can test samples for the Ebola virus if a case ever appears in Missouri.
Police said the two were caught by officers running from the Route 59 dealership at 6501 Memorial Highway.
A battle for the MEC will be Football 2 Night's Game of the Week when the Maryville Spoofhounds (8-0) visit the Lafayette Fighting Irish (6-2).
Emergency crews were called to a fire, which turned into a hazmat situation Thursday night.
Ken Beck and Spanky O'Dell have now been on the St. Joseph City Council for six months. They look back at what they've learned in their short time in office and look ahead to their priorities.
Maryville Public Safety is warning residents about a string of home break-ins happening throughout town.
Those who attended a presentation heard a candid discussion about sex, diversity and sexual violence.
The United Way campaign is currently underway.
Court documents show, 20-year-old Robert Mullins II admitted to sending nude photos and videos of himself to a 14-year-old girl and to receiving nude photos and videos of the girl.