Riverside (6-1) hosts Hiawatha next week.
Sabetha (3-4) plays at Horton next week.
Inclusion Technologies plans to hire 17 employees over the next five years.
The Nodaway County Sheriff's Office is working to raise funds for its canine program.
41-year-old James Michael Swett was arrested in Cloquet.
Freshmen enrollment, at Missouri Western, has increased by five percent.
Mid-Buchanan School in Faucett, MO dismissed early today and will have a noon dismissal on Friday.
According to Freddie Mac, the average rate for a 30-year loan now stands at 4.1 percent. That is the lowest level since June 2013.
AAA predicts nearly 35 million people will journey 50 miles or more from home. That is the highest volume for the holiday since 2008.
The St. Joseph School District will dismiss students and staff two hours early today due to the heat. A heat advisory is in effect from 1 p.m. Thursday until 8 p.m. Friday.
The REC Center will close from Thursday, August 28 at 1 p.m. through Monday, Sept. 1. Crews will spend that time refinishing the gym floor.
Some say local police departments have become over-militarized with new equipment made available through Homeland Security Grants.
Jack Capps died just a few weeks ago and in his memory, his family held a blood drive on Wednesday.
A local group of marines is helping to make sure children won't go hungry.
A new survey by Feeding America shows 60,000 people in Northwest Missouri struggle to put food on the table.
The Parks Department is another step closer to giving everyone a treehouse experience regardless of disabilities.
Just as the heat settles in here in northwest Missouri, some are looking ahead to winter. MoDOT is already starting the task of filling seasonal snow plowing jobs.
The Salvation Army in St. Joseph is distributing box fans to help those in need as temperatures rise this week.
A series of tax cut bills, vetoed by Governor Jay Nixon, will get a second look by the legislature in an override session scheduled for September.
Protein L.L.C. will build a new $11.5 million facility on the Stockyards Expressway.
An Idaho man is under arrest for pointing a gun at traffic on Tuesday afternoon.
Neal Ulfers, 33, is charged with tampering with a motor vehicle after leading authorities on a chase that ended in Maryville.
Lawrence Edward Felton, 63, is charged with resisting arrest and assaulting an officer.
Former truancy officer admits to unlawful sexual relationship with a former student.
Missouri State Highway Patrol is cracking down on impaired drivers to keep roads safe.
The St. Joseph Police Department is investigating the death of a 23-month-old at Oak Ridge Apartments this past weekend.
6, 12, and 18 pack 12 ounce clear bottles have been recalled.
East Hills Mall's back-to-school commercial goes viral for being laughably 'bad.'
Carroll Harris Cooling and Heating is seeing business slow down this summer with the lack of high heat.
$6 million in tax revenue for the St. Joseph School District is threatened unless a school tax levy is renewed by next summer.
The St. Joseph City Council passed a tax levy of $1.14 per $100 valuation for 2015. It is unchanged for the upcoming year.
Graves says non-elected Washington insiders are taking power away from Congress and making laws themselves.
The Griffons' Mike Jordan and Darrian Bass grew up just miles away from Ferguson.
The divide in Ferguson between police and the public is adding to the tension. In St. Joseph, local authorities and members of the community responded to the shooting.