The Kansas mother has turned her natural soaps into a business.
On Saturday, Nixon placed Ferguson under a curfew. KQ2's Mitchell McCoy has reaction.
A pickup truck hit a church in the 1200 block of Felix on Saturday evening.
People were still satisfied despite Friday's rain and Saturday's clouds.
A Trails West vendor is catching people's attention with a different style of pottery.
The Kids Tour of St. Joseph gave kids the opportunity to ride their bikes for a good cause.
A program at Mizzou is teaching kids about trap shooting.
Intermittent showers kept crowds down some, but those who attended had fun.
A 7-year-old boy was hospitalized Friday night after nearly drowning in a St. Joseph hotel pool.
People living in Andrew County will soon see a decrease in services from the sheriff's department.
Teachers spent the day learning how to help students process trauma in a safe way.
KQ2 will stream the high school football game of the week on its website, stjoechannel.com.
As part of Military Appreciation Day, soldiers stationed at Fort Leavenworth and Fort Riley received VIP treatment Thursday morning.
Ferguson's Police Chief Thomas Jackson revealed the name during a news conference Friday morning.
Protesters in St. Joseph respond to the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown at the hands of Ferguson police and its violent aftermath.
Governor Jay Nixon announced Thursday that the Missouri State Highway Patrol would lead security responsibilities in Ferguson.
Police in Chillicothe are asking for your help as they investigate a shooting near the Chillicothe Airport.
Thursday morning brought the end to another year of Chiefs Training Camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph.
Set up is underway for one of the largest art festivals in northwest Missouri.
President Obama and Gov. Jay Nixon spoke Thursday morning about the unrest in Ferguson.
Sporting KC CEO Robb Heineman challenged Andy Reid to the Ice Bucket Challenge.
A Caldwell County man was seriously injured in a one vehicle accident late Wednesday night.
The City of St. Joseph is in its second wave of terminations of water service for customers who aren't paying their sewer bills.
Northwest Health Services is holding focus group meetings to get views on health care from the community.
Savannah, MO has made a statewide list and it has community leaders excited.
The Chiefs invited families with Snowball Express, an organization that honors families of soldiers who have been lost since since 9/11 in Iraq or Afghanistan, to a day at training camp.
Scholastic, the company known for publishing educational materials for schools will feature Pershing Elementary this fall.
Sewer bills have risen dramatically over the past year, but it's been even worse in Lake Contrary. Since they live outside the city limits, they pay premium rates.
The St. Joseph School District held an open house on Tuesday, the first time the public could see inside the new schools.
Williams' story is bringing awareness to mental health. Mental health experts hope those struggling with suicidal thoughts will seek help.
As kids head back to class, we're reminded to keep an eye out for increased foot traffic near schools.
The Chiefs invited kids from the Kansas City Metro Challenger Football League for a day at training camp.
Mark Woodworth served 17 years in prison for a murder he did not commit. Now, he is suing.
St. Joseph is the latest stop for a bicyclist pedaling from San Francisco to New York City to support a fallen firefighters foundation.
A group of students from Ohio are in town this week to help a St. Joseph family build their dream home.
Comedian Robin Williams is dead at age 63.
NAACP advocates in St. Joseph are meeting with other state leaders, pleading for a calm rally.
With over 1,600 pairs of shoes and over 1,200 children, the AFL-CIO is making sure kids are ready for school.
The St. Joseph School Board of Education voted to retain Wyrsch Hobbs & Mirakian, P.C. during a special board meeting on Sunday, Aug. 10.
A St. Joseph man was taken to the hospital Sunday afternoon after flipping his car on Easton Road.
Voters in Missouri struck down Amendment 7 last week, which would have provided billions to Missouri roads.
MoDOT will complete the work by the end of the week, weather permitting.
A local artist is combining welding, plasma cutting, and drawing to create a kind of art that many have never seen.
The distribution will be Monday and Tuesday. Parents must provide proof of residency and proof of age.
Some students at the University of Arkansas have created new plastic bags that are good for the environment.
City council members helped organize the clean up.
Bayer Animal Health hosted a science experiment Saturday where kids made their own ice cream.
Arrows were whipping through the air on Saturday at Bible Baptist Temple.
A service officers event at the VFW gave are military veterans a chance to learn about any benefits they are eligible for through the VA.
Amendment three will be voted on by Missouri voters in November. Several teacher organizations have opposed it.