AFL-CIO is seeking donations as part of their Soles for Christ Program.
Stoney Creek Inn expects more business as rookies arrive at Chiefs training camp next Sunday.
The University of Missouri helped create an audio tour for residents of Lexington.
Lowell Mason, the world's smallest gospel singer, had a big message for Clearmont Christian Church members and visitors.
Kansas City Power and Light reports nearly 4,100 were impacted.
Months before Christmas, a local organization is collecting toys for those in need.
A Wisconsin man dying of cancer traveled to Savannah to see Ozark Mountain Daredevils.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Joseph held their annual motorcycle ride on Saturday.
125 foster kids in Brown, Atchison, and Doniphan counties in Kansas will have all the necessary supplies for this upcoming school year.
A St. Joseph man is asking for the public's help in identifying a man caught on video surveillance stealing a FedEx box from his front door step.
Authorities say the man was with his son outside their cabin when they saw the poisonous snake.
The Little Free Library is an idea that's growing around the globe.
Recent rain has contributed to higher yields.
The truck will be used to serve meals at five locations in St. Joseph during the summer months.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation Thursday that requires any student who attends a public university and lives on campus to be vaccinated against the virus.
It reportedly happened at the Salvation Army Thrift Store in Salina, Kansas on Wednesday.
St. Joseph police are looking for the driver of a car who barreled through a Southside auto repair shop Friday morning.
The summer of supermoons kicks off this weekend. The first will be visible Friday night.
Troopers found more than 1,000 lbs of marijuana during the stop. Each plastic-wrapped bundle is estimated to weigh about 15 lbs.
Chris Koster supports Amendment 1, saying it will help prevent future regulations on the ag industry. Joe Maxwell is against the measure, saying it will only benefit large corporate farming operations.
Local businesses are hoping good weather and a successful 2013 season will lead to an even better attendance at 2014 Chiefs Training Camp.
For the past eight weeks, kids have been harvesting their own crops and learning about horticulture.
Students and staff at Pershing have spent the past six years working toward the distinction.
The deadline to order is July 23.
The Department of Agriculture predicts 244 million bushels of wheat will be harvested this year - the worst harvest since 1989.
Police say the victim was running along Ashland when she noticed a man in a black Dodge Ram truck following her.
One person was shot in the leg Tuesday night near the 200 block of 19th Street.
Senate Bill 754 keeps the Missouri Rx Program running until August 28, 2017.
The governor said the bill did not offer true reform.
Age is no issue for a special friendship in Minnesota.
A Chillicothe man faces charges after authorities say he stole underwear from Walmart.
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.