Farmers from across the region gathered at the Graves-Chapple Research Center for their annual field day.
Numbers from the first seven days of school show 11,536 students are enrolled in the district.
Union Star dismissed early today due to the heat and lack of air conditioning. While heat and humidity can make the classroom feel uncomfortable, the weather affects some students more than others.
Sean Everson already took the challenge, so he helped his co-workers out during the morning show.
The expansion is expected to add 10 new, full-time jobs at the facility.
Students, staff and others remember Michael Brown and stand up against the violence in Furgeson in the aftermath of his shooting.
Previously, elementary students, more than three meals behind on their payments, were denied lunch. With Board of Education approval, a new "alternative" lunch will still be served, regardless of payment.
Ben Carr, 10, went missing for about 40 minutes on Monday evening. He was found safe walking along Frederick Ave.
The annual Western Warm Up leads to an active first day on campus.
Enrollment at two universities in northwest Missouri has grown.
The St. Joseph Police Department requires all officers to train every year.
Summer is winding down. With less than a month to go, high temperatures are sticking around. And, this extreme weather can be difficult for pets.
Thousands of mourners filled the Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis for Michael Brown's funeral Monday.
A heat advisory is in effect until 8 p.m. Monday.
The machine at the MGM has not hit in more than 20 years - until now.
While freshmen continue to get settled into campus at Northwest Missouri State University, some are taking in their new found freedom.
Northwest Missouri State University held their convocation Sunday to welcome freshmen to the campus.
Because of the heat and humidity, the St. Joseph School District will let out two hours early on Monday.
A Gower, Mo. man is recovering after flipping his car on 169 Highway Sunday morning.
The quake is the biggest earthquake to hit the San Francisco area since 1989.
The military plane is used daily throughout the world, including right here in St. Joseph.
The former Atchison Youth Residential Center is turning into a private school.
A softball tournament at Heritage Park Saturday kept players trying to keep cool throughout the day.
The yearly softball tournament is good for the St. Joseph economy.
The accident happened on I-229 Saturday morning.
A replica of the Vietnam Veteran wall in Washington D.C. will be on display in Gallatin through Monday. The VFW Post #2172 in Gallatin sponsored its visit and held opening ceremonies Friday night.
A Maryville woman got a big surprise when she was recognized with the highest honor Hy-Vee employees can earn.
Some coaches have adjusted practices to accommodate for the heat.
Students and staff will dismiss two hours early.
After losing their attorney due to conflict of interest issues, defendants for the St. Joseph School district have new attorneys and a court date has been set.
Four-Star General Darren McDew, the new commander of the Air Force Air Mobility Command, visited St. Joseph's 139th Air Guard on Thursday.
Inclusion Technologies plans to hire 17 employees over the next five years.
The Nodaway County Sheriff's Office is working to raise funds for its canine program.
41-year-old James Michael Swett was arrested in Cloquet.
Freshmen enrollment, at Missouri Western, has increased by five percent.
Mid-Buchanan School in Faucett, MO dismissed early today and will have a noon dismissal on Friday.
According to Freddie Mac, the average rate for a 30-year loan now stands at 4.1 percent. That is the lowest level since June 2013.
AAA predicts nearly 35 million people will journey 50 miles or more from home. That is the highest volume for the holiday since 2008.
The St. Joseph School District will dismiss students and staff two hours early today due to the heat. A heat advisory is in effect from 1 p.m. Thursday until 8 p.m. Friday.
The REC Center will close from Thursday, August 28 at 1 p.m. through Monday, Sept. 1. Crews will spend that time refinishing the gym floor.
Some say local police departments have become over-militarized with new equipment made available through Homeland Security Grants.
Jack Capps died just a few weeks ago and in his memory, his family held a blood drive on Wednesday.
A local group of marines is helping to make sure children won't go hungry.
A new survey by Feeding America shows 60,000 people in Northwest Missouri struggle to put food on the table.
The Parks Department is another step closer to giving everyone a treehouse experience regardless of disabilities.
Just as the heat settles in here in northwest Missouri, some are looking ahead to winter. MoDOT is already starting the task of filling seasonal snow plowing jobs.
The Salvation Army in St. Joseph is distributing box fans to help those in need as temperatures rise this week.
A series of tax cut bills, vetoed by Governor Jay Nixon, will get a second look by the legislature in an override session scheduled for September.
Protein L.L.C. will build a new $11.5 million facility on the Stockyards Expressway.
An Idaho man is under arrest for pointing a gun at traffic on Tuesday afternoon.