West Nodaway 46
West Nodaway 46
The accident happened at M-46 at 270th Street just outside of Maryville late Monday night.
Vatican officials announced that Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of the bishop of the Kansas City-St. Joseph Diocese.
H.B. 647 would ease the process for adopted adults to get copies of their original birth certificates with the names of their birth parents included.
The #IWillListen Campaign started in New York in 2013.
Blue Bell is recalling all of its products.
The first phase of the renovation will cost around $40,000.
A proposed bill could change the requirements for wearing a helmet while on a motorcycle in Missouri.
What's usually thought to happen in foreign countries is happening right here in Missouri.
According to court documents, Macayla Armstrong failed to provide food, medical care and sanitary living conditions for the child.
Repairs on a Buchanan County road have been gradual and hasn't sat too well with local drivers.
The State Park Youth Corps Program is once again looking for hundreds of teens to work at state parks and historic sites around Missouri.
The accident happened around 1:00 p.m. on Highway 46 at Hawk Road just west of Maryville.
James Swett pleaded guilty to three counts of child molestation in Andrew County court on Monday.
The Highway Patrol says the extra enforcement is part of an effort to cut down on the number of crashes along the highway.
House Bill 523 passed through the Missouri House this week.
A brother and sister bond is one that is unbreakable for many siblings and that's the case with Jennifer and her brother Michael.
Millions remember on the 20th anniversary Sunday.
Close to 100 people - both young and old - put proper gun use and safety into action Sunday.
Even though Rumours Salon employees are still out of work due to a devastating fire, the community is helping them get back on their feet.
A picture spanning five generations happened today at Carriage Square nursing home.
It's been thirteen years since Ali Kemp was found murdered at a pool she worked at in Kansas City. But her father, Roger Kemp, continues to keep her spirit alive and spread awareness that predators are real.
Responders deal with hazardous materials emergencies all the time but a special class Saturday is helping them enhance their response.
Police ended up taking away three people from a home near 16th and Grand but there was no sign of the person they were looking for.
Ratings compiled by Medicare were from 11 different questions related to customer satisfaction. More than 3,500 hospitals in the nation were scored on a 1-5 star scale.
Second Chance Consignment in St. Joseph hopes to help people save a little money.
The Day of Silence presentation at MWSU was organized to raise awareness issues and prevent bullying of the transgender on campus
A man suffered minor injuries after an industrial accident at Triumph Foods in St. Joseph Thursday night.
Volunteers get recognized for their efforts during National Volunteer Week.
Dale Williamson, 35, Kansas City, Mo., pleaded guilty to five counts of bank robbery.
The new law would take effect July 1.
Officials say the restaurant will stay closed for at least four or five days.
A judge handed down the sentence to Devontra Hughes in Buchanan County Court on Thursday.