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Camp Geiger held a groundbreaking ceremony Sunday afternoon to build new storm resistant shelters.
Hy-Vee looks to sell more turkeys than last year and have been busy this past weekend.
Two teens in Andrew County have died after falling through ice north of Savannah.
Wounded Warriors in Action is an annual event that gives soldiers a chance to reconnect to the outside world by participating in outdoor activities.
Second Harvest is working hard to make sure all families in the community have a Thanksgiving dinner. And they're not working alone.
The robbery happened in Beverly on November 6th.
The accident happened just after 2:00 Saturday afternoon.
A St. Joseph organization is adding special hours to help people sign up for healthcare.
A local agency is prepared to assist undocumented individuals who want to apply under President Obama's executive order on immigration. Those eligible would not be deported.
Nearly 90 percent of holiday travelers will be on the road as the nation sees some of the lowest gas prices in nearly four years.
The St. Joseph School District, Fred Czerwonka, Doug Flowers, Dennis Snethen and Musser are all named as defendants.
As the city of Ferguson anxiously waits to hear if officer Darren Wilson will be charged in the shooting death of Michael Brown, Missouri Western students who call the St. Louis area home are also watching the events unfold.
No one was hurt but smoke damaged both sides of the duplex.
The proposed $7.8 million stadium renovations would be complete before the fall of 2015.
Holder released a PSA where he called on law enforcement officials to minimize confrontations like the ones seen in Ferguson following Michael Brown's death.
The St. Joseph Police Department issued an alert for a missing elderly woman with dementia, but she has since been located.
St. Joseph fire crews battled a blaze at a two story home on the intersection of 20th and Mitchell Ave.
Local teachers groups are split on reaction to news federal investigators have made a third request for documents from the St. Joseph School District.
Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed teenager Michael Brown on August 9, is in the final stages of negotiations with city officials to resign, according to people close to the talks.
Specialty Industries is adjusting to a new law that doesn't impact the company directly -- but instead potential employees.
The Mobility Air Force Tactics Review Board brought more than 130 airmen to the base to develop ideas on how to help improve the Air Force Tactics Division.
God's Mountain in Rushville mistakenly listed as for sale.
The superintendent's office received a subpoena on Thursday requesting records from the district.
Graco is recalling nearly five million strollers in the U.S.
The university will remodel the former Foster Aquatic Center into a new fitness center.
It happened in the 2800 block of Felix Street around 9 o'clock.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association is planning for the 2014 Show-Me Bowl in St. Louis next week despite concerns around Ferguson protests.
The license was issued Monday in Brown County for a male couple. The license was signed by 22nd Judicial District Chief Judge Jim Patton, following a three-day waiting period.
New technologies are out there to assist in the care for children with Juvenile Diabetes. Teachers, parents, daycare workers and others attended a seminar to get the latest information.
Stops in Laclede and Marceline wrap up our tour of The Way of American Genius. We learn more about John J. Pershing and Walt Disney.
A Gilman City man was killed in a crash Wednesday afternoon in Grundy County.
Social media is providing up to the minute information in Ferguson and as one Missouri Western professor explains, it's not always correct.