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Hiring a moving company can be stressful, and could lead to a scam. A local moving company is giving some advice before hiring movers.
St. Francis Xavier School invited the community to an open house to register kids for this upcoming school year.
The Livingston County Sheriff's office is looking for information on a home burglary suspect.
Nearly 900,000 Honda Odysseys are expected to be recalled in the coming weeks.
Parts of Cook Road and Stockyards Expressway will be closed early this week.
Thousands showed for St. Joseph's 28th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday.
An area Girl Scout Troop is raising money for a 4-year-old boy battling cancer.
A St. Joseph woman was killed in a car accident north of St. Joseph Saturday evening.
School board members discussed public comments on proposed boundaries during a special meeting Saturday morning.
Local law officials are cracking down on drunk driving this St. Patrick's Day weekend.
The Missouri House of Representatives sent legislation to the Missouri Senate intended to regulate red light traffic cameras across the state.
A leader at Northwest Missouri State University is moving on.
Pi Day, March 14th, is a day that students and teachers alike celebrated in St. Joseph.
The deadline for the open enrollment phase of the affordable care act is coming soon. A northwest Missouri group is offering assistance for those who still need help navigating the website.
As part of their pothole patrol campaign, MoDOT has seen an increase in reports.
Fire science students at Hillyard Technical College are training to remove dangerous waste in the event of a chemical spill.
NOAA's National Climatic Data Center released its State of the Climate report for February. And nationally, it was the 37th coldest February on record.
Only 26 percent of teenagers ages 16 to 19 had a job in 2011, according to a Brookings Institution study. That's down from 45 percent back in 2000.
One of the US Army's 15 most wanted fugitives has been captured more than three decades after he escaped federal custody.
When officers respond to a domestic disturbance call, they know there could be alcohol, weapons and plenty of emotions that can escalate a situation.
Students in Northwest Missouri will soon have a new campus for research
Fans from St. Joseph, and beyond, traveled to Kansas City to see their favorite Big 12 team play on Thursday.
Governor Jay Nixon calls for a tuition freeze at public colleges
Deputies are looking for 30-year-old Creed Campbell.
Heartland Health and Mosaic Life Care has donated $65,000 to Second Harvest Community Food Bank. The money will help fund the Backpack Buddies program.
Sgt. Jacob Angle is taking on the role at Troop H in St. Joseph. Angle replaces Sgt. Sheldon Lyon who retired recently.
Missouri lawmakers are considering a bill that would make it illegal for cities to ban specific dog breeds like pit bulls.
Law enforcement leaders are training to respond to a child abduction, and they're getting ready for a drill that will test their readiness.
Students at a local high school are honoring one of their on. The science teacher at Troy High School was recently diagnosed with cancer and now the school is supporting him by wearing purple.
The sheriff's office said they responded to the home after two disturbance calls Tuesday. They said they are treating the investigation as a possible homicide.
Buchanan County Prosecutor Dwight Scroggins has announced his intention to run for re-election.
A two-vehicle accident claimed the life of Randall Phillips early Tuesday morning.