The Something mAAgic Foundation helped Wyatt Oring's wish come true. The foundation sponsors kids with life-threatening medical conditions.
A short circuit could keep the airbags from deploying in a crash. No accidents or injuries related to the problem have been reported.
According to official census data, enrollment is up nearly two percent over this time last year.
United Way leaders updated the campaign's progress during a rally on Thursday. So far, pledges total $1,056,495.52. That's about 34 percent of the $3,145,000 goal.
Students chosen to join the Northwest District Choir will perform at Platte County High School in late October. They'll get a chance to audition for the Missouri All-State Choir as well.
According to CNN, analysts expect prices to drop to the lowest they've been in two years.
Work on new sidewalks and gutters is underway in the second phase of a $700,000 project for St. Joseph Avenue.
The study estimated the economic impact to Buchanan County at $6,320,000 in 2014 compared to $4,663,050 in 2013.
Students at Missouri Western State University got a little help with their job search during a career fair Thursday.
Kent Shipley turned in his resignation effective immediately.
As the fall season settles in, the thought of winter starts to creep back as well. That means heating costs will start to become a concern for many families. Some are taking action to keep their winter bills as low as possible.
Safety upgrades are in line for at least six railroad crossings in Buchanan County without railroad signals or guardrails.
You probably know it's flu season but you still may be on the fence about getting a flu shot.
About 500 soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division will deploy to the Central Command area in October.
Ferguson, Missouri Police Chief Thomas Jackson says he's sorry to the parents of Michael Brown.
The auto maker announced the addition of a second shift assembly line to build the new Ford Transit van.
The clinic is open to Buchanan County residents, 19 and older, and who are not pregnant.
Holder is expected to make an announcement later Thursday.
Adult store owner owes state thousands in taxes.
St. Joseph's historic Shakespeare Chateau on Hall Street is seeing major restoration work being done on nearly 100-year-old wallpaper.
The annual event coincides with the National Library Association's banned book week.
Research shows accidents involving distracted pedestrians is on the rise
The St. Joseph car dealership has re-opened its doors since remodeling started in February.
Students at the Webster Learning Center filled the halls Wednesday to celebrate its anniversary and the founder.
St. Joseph Police have released three suspects who were arrested in connection to stolen vehicles that were found burned on Tuesday morning.
St. Joseph Police say Phillip Henderson, 57, of St. Joseph lost consciousness before crashing his school bus into a pole.
Survey questions range from how the public feels about officers' attitudes to thoughts about their competency and performance.
The District alleges Dr. Rudy Papenfuhs violated board policy numerous times since the start of the school year.
America's three largest soda makers, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, have agreed to scale back calories in sugary drinks over the next decade.
The nation's largest retailer is teaming up with Green Dot Bank to offer a low fee checking account.
Chris Danford says district officials have been slow to respond to her requests for information about school vehicles, school lunch contracts, attorney fees and other issues.
A birthday celebration at Heartland on Tuesday had a special meaning.
The Buchanan County Courthouse is beefing up security after two separate outbursts.
Sprigeo is a new website that allows students to report bullying anonymously and without the fear of retaliation.
The Social Welfare Board along with Heartland and the YWCA are partnering together to hold a Mammo-Thon -- a 24-hour period where anyone can get a mammogram.
Students at Eugene Field Elementary are taking more of a creative approach to bullying awareness.
State legislators having blocked the expansion of medicaid has caused some unrest in St. Joseph which has caught the attention of a group of social justice advocates.
The project is estimated to cost $830,751 and is expected to be completed in June 2015.
Nodaway County officials hope to hear an answer from SEMA by the end of next week.
Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer spoke to seniors at Medicalodge about health care issues.
Kristina M. Swinford, 32, was indicted in U.S. District Court for conspiracy to commit murder.
The Sallie House is supposedly haunted by a young girl who died during an appendix operation years ago.
Authorities say the mother and daughter were walking in or out of the store, when a 50-year-old woman apparently slammed on the gas instead of the brakes.
Police used surveillance video to help track down information in the case. The investigation led them to two men and a woman.
At a city council planning session, Public Works Department staff detailed a list of sewer projects the city needs done before 2025.
An accident early Monday morning sent a Savannah man to the hospital in serious condition.
Dr. Steven Rosenak's practice unveiled a play room to spread awareness about eye health for children.
As the five-year anniversary of Patricia Kimmi's murder approaches, her family wants to give back to those who have helped them search for their mother.
The weather has been nearly perfect for pumpkin growers
Construction is expected to begin in mid October.