Childhood hunger is an issue many organizations, like Second Harvest, are working to fix. A recent study, conducted by Feeding America, shows their efforts are helping, but work still needs to be done.
After KQ2 broadcasted a story about a St. Joseph couple receiving a $1,600 water bill, we get a flood of response from others tackling errors in their billing.
With an FBI investigation and a state audit in progress, legal fees for the St. Joseph School District will be over budget for the year.
Farmers are only allowed to drive heavy machinery between sunrise and sunset and they must display a slow moving vehicle sign.
It's unusual for this time of year but the flu season is lingering.
The GOP led state house judiciary committee convened a hearing on multiple impeachment measures.
Driving while distracted is more than a trending topic, it has become so common that one teenager wants to help prevent tragedies by making others aware.
A Kansas man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for an attempted robbery at a Trimble, Mo., bank.
The 139th Airlift Wing has announced the selection of a new commander for its operations group.
Members of the school's volleyball and soccer teams mentored girls as part of YWCA's Final Choices Program.