A birthday celebration at Heartland on Tuesday had a special meaning.
The Buchanan County Courthouse is beefing up security after two separate outbursts.
Sprigeo is a new website that allows students to report bullying anonymously and without the fear of retaliation.
The Social Welfare Board along with Heartland and the YWCA are partnering together to hold a Mammo-Thon -- a 24-hour period where anyone can get a mammogram.
Students at Eugene Field Elementary are taking more of a creative approach to bullying awareness.
State legislators having blocked the expansion of medicaid has caused some unrest in St. Joseph which has caught the attention of a group of social justice advocates.
Police say the driver was northbound on the Avenue when he suffered a medical emergency and hit a light pole.
The project is estimated to cost $830,751 and is expected to be completed in June 2015.
Nodaway County officials hope to hear an answer from SEMA by the end of next week.
Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer spoke to seniors at Medicalodge about health care issues.
Kristina M. Swinford, 32, was indicted in U.S. District Court for conspiracy to commit murder.
The Sallie House is supposedly haunted by a young girl who died during an appendix operation years ago.
Authorities say the mother and daughter were walking in or out of the store, when a 50-year-old woman apparently slammed on the gas instead of the brakes.
Police used surveillance video to help track down information in the case. The investigation led them to two men and a woman.
At a city council planning session, Public Works Department staff detailed a list of sewer projects the city needs done before 2025.
An accident early Monday morning sent a Savannah man to the hospital in serious condition.
Dr. Steven Rosenak's practice unveiled a play room to spread awareness about eye health for children.
As the five-year anniversary of Patricia Kimmi's murder approaches, her family wants to give back to those who have helped them search for their mother.
The weather has been nearly perfect for pumpkin growers
Construction is expected to begin in mid October.
The ballots had to be reprinted after an appeals court ordered a wording change to Amendment 6, which would establish early voting.
The health department will hold a flu vaccine clinic on October 1 for anyone 19 and older.
The Missouri Department of Transportation closed the bridge, just east of Mailtland, last Monday after concerns that recent flooding may have caused excessive scouring.
Prices at the pump are as low as $3.05 in parts of St. Joseph.
A northwest Missouri woman collided with a train late Sunday evening just outside of Rushville.
Parents as Teachers and Domesti Pups partnered together to teach young children how to approach and train dogs.
The state already has certain requirements as far as learning government, but a new test would expand on it.
A woman pulled out of a burning home by a helpful neighbor early Saturday morning is now dealing with the aftermath.
The clinic will close on Friday, October 31.
Runners and walkers took part in a 5K run Saturday morning in memory of a fallen police officer.
B-Fit competed against their gym in Smithville in the inaugural event.
A new learning center at Oak Grove Elementary held an open house for kids and parents.