House Bill 418 is sponsored by a Democratic State Rep from St. Louis.
Senator Rob Schaaf was named a "Champion of Freedom" by the Missouri Alliance for Freedom.
The school is planning a march for Monday.
Reps from the Kansas City-Leavenworth chapter spoke to the community at the museum on Sunday.
The faith-based organization discussed their plans going forward.
The 2015 St. Joe Sport Outdoor and Boat Show wrapped up Sunday and included boat dealers, a billiards trick shot artist, and a 4,000 gallon bass tank.
For the first time in Missouri Western's history an endowed professorship is in the works.
St. Joseph is now home to a women's shooting organization hoping to spread awareness about guns.
The university held the celebration to kick off a campaign announcing what the university has planned going forward.
The Sallie House in Atchison is being featured on the Travel Channel on Saturday night.
The President has extended paid sick leave for federal employees
East Ridge Car Wash says they are averaging 100 cars an hour.
Reyce Merritt has been heading a campaign to build Atalo Skate Park and was recently awarded $5,000 by the YMCA through a national competition.
This is the first year testing over the common core curriculum that's been implemented in the district for the past few years.
A man who last saw his mother more than four decades ago finally has closure after a search that began 7 years ago.
The City of St. Joseph counted a total of 23,442 vehicles at Krug Park for the annual lighting display. They estimated approximately 79,936 visitors.
Crews used explosives to remove part of the Fairfax Bridge over the Missouri River on Friday. The bridge connects Platte and Wyandotte counties.
The annual Mardi Gras parade in St. Joseph is taking a detour due to road construction. The Downtown Association is planning an "End of Lent" party to replace the traditional Mardi Gras parade.
"Let it Go" songstress and Broadway star Idina Menzel will sing the national anthem at this year's Super Bowl.
Overall, this season's vaccine is about half as effective as last season's vaccine.
A St. Joseph native trains to run in the Boston Marathon for her brother.
The new deal would keep the team in St. Joseph though 2017.
Troopers arrested Bradley E. Chapman, 35, of Green City, Mo. after a pursuit that took them into Sullivan County from Grundy County.
Schaaf says making hemp an agricultural crop would help spur economic growth in small communities.
His arrest was part of an investigation that took several months.
Work is underway on a new universal design apartment with help from Blue Skies Home Care, LLC.
The group trying to save the Cracker House, located at 914 Main Street, has a new executive board and president.
The president signed a memorandum Thursday directing agencies to allow for up to six weeks of paid sick leave. The leave can be used to take care of a new child, ill family members or other reasons.
The U.S. Department of Labor released its weekly claims report Thursday. It found 316,000 claims were filed last week. That's 19,000 more filed from the previous week.
Eight new cabins will be built at Big Lake State Park, which continues work being done to repair the facility damaged by extensive flooding in 2011.
An accident in south St. Joseph sent one man to the hospital late Wednesday night.
An Amber Alert issued Wednesday for a missing child is over.
President Obama announced last his proposal to make two years of community college free for those willing to work for it.
St. Joseph police said someone attacked a Pizza Hut delivery driver after ordering a pizza to a vacant home in the 900 block of S. 15th Street Tuesday night.
The expansion would bring 30 new jobs and add an extra 100,000 square feet to the existing facility.
A spokesman said during a routine audit, it discovered a major supplier did not comply with Chipotle's animal-welfare standards.
Police said the woman was on a motorcycle when she crashed near Pickett Road.
Museum Director Jacob Mirocke has updated and organized numerous exhibits to better share some of the area's military history.
The state's roads and bridges are in for a little less attention as MoDOT faces some tough budget decisions.
Police say a van and car collided near St. Joe Avenue and Grand Avenue around 10:45 a.m. Thursday.
Statistics show as many as 15 million Americans are the victims of identity theft and fraud. New payment methods are trying to reduce that number
State Representative Charlie Davis is working on a bill to require an onsite property assessment if the value jumps by more than 15% from the previous year.
A St. Joseph pizza delivery driver was attacked Tuesday night after being called to a vacant home.
A man has been charged in connection with a stabbing that sent one man to the hospital with serious injuries.
The Administrative Violation Review Board is a citizen led group chosen by the city council.
According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, people 65 and older along with children under four have been hit the hardest this flu season.
The students used more than 2,000 milk cartons to create the milk man sculpture.
Just a few years ago police officers didn't have too much support when dealing with those that have mental health issues. But a new initiative has brought special liaisons to their aid.
Hyde Elementary saw its attendance rate jump from 86 percent to 91 percent from a year ago.
Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect is asked to call the Tips Hotline at (816) 238-TIPS.