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.