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An abandoned grain elevator located just south of 8th and Mitchell still scars the St. Joseph skyline while repeated efforts to tear it down are thwarted. Now, a third attempt to tear it down might be stopped as well.
The proposed list will be a part of Constitutional Amendment 7 - a sales tax that would improve transportation in Missouri.
The St. Joseph School District is encouraging parents to review the districts new school boundaries
Before kids head off to school, education can begin at home. A local program that empowers parents to be a child's first teacher is expanding.
A boil advisory has been lifted for some Worth County Public Water customers.
The survey of 440 colleges found that more than 40 percent of schools have not conducted a single investigation in five years.
A shooting Tuesday night in St. Joseph's Midtown area has some residents fed up with violence
Since 2004, insuring doctors at affordable rates across the state of Missouri has led to MoDocs receiving a prestigious award.
The list includes 135 projects in the northwest Missouri region.
The law will establish a new set of quality indicators for child care providers.
It is now a misdemeanor to publish booking photos online and ask for money to remove them.
Authorities say the man goes by the name "Tim" and claims he is selling magazines to send to soldiers in the military.
A St. Louis woman is living a real life nightmare after finding out some frightening news about the home she is renting.
Jessica Divine was injured after she lost control of her vehicle on Highway A south of Albany.
Chikungunya has caught the attention of health professionals who are now alerting the public.
Severe storms destroyed a barn in Effingham, Kansas. The barn had been in the Hoffman family for nearly a century.
A community garden at Mark Twain Elementary School is helping families in need and teaching kids the value of giving back.
All three St. Joseph high schools will hold graduation on Sunday, May 17, 2015.
KCP&L held their annual fan giveaway on Tuesday to help communities keep cool during the summer months.
The Verruckt was orginally scheduled to open in May but was delayed several times.
A new campaign called "Mo Eyes on the Road" is targeting teens to try and drive home the message that texting and driving is dangerous.
Monsanto's Worm Warriors Tour made its way through northwest Missouri Tuesday. FFA students in the area learned more about the science of farming.
The drop in price is in response to the closing of Hyde and Krug pools for the summer.
Chikungunya has now spread to 27 states.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident, but have not yet determined who fired the stray bullet.
Monday's stormy weather is blamed for an accident that injured a St. Joseph man. Troopers say Paul Branson, 47, was thrown from his motorcycle when he went off Interstate 29 during a period of heavy rain Monday.
Two new elementary schools on schedule to open for students in August.
The St. Joseph City Council sent a parking decision back to the traffic commission for further consideration.
Dr. Brian Cronk provided his expertise in psychology for an episode of a Japanese television show.
The United Way is recruiting volunteers to read to children every week in July.
Rolling Hills Auto Plaza back open after Fourth of July fire.
Bartlett Park playground to add specially designed tree house for kids of all ages and abilities.