With summer camps in full swing, there's one in particular that allows kids to be creative and explore a world of color.
This summer, students in St. Joseph are taking part in a Technology Blast class at Webster Learning Center.
Volunteers are wanted for an art project in St. Joseph.
Patrick Guinn spent the day with the St. Joseph Mustangs.
A St. Joseph church is hoping to ship a container full of wheelchairs to Nicaragua this fall.
The St. Joseph Public Library kicks off their summer reading initiative with hands on science demonstrations.
Kids get the opportunity to learn basic, yet, essential information to keep them safe in the community.
The St. Joseph Health Department will be closed Monday, June 2.
June brings the beginning of the Hot Weather Rule to Missouri and Kansas.
The Missouri Department of Conservation is looking for some consumer feedback.
Second Harvest Community Food Bank celebrated volunteers and donors during a luncheon Thursday.
The end of the school year has come and gone for most kids. But some students are already back in the classroom for summer school.
Road construction north of St. Joseph could delay drivers on I-29 overnight.
More than 3,000 fans flooded Phil Welch Stadium Tuesday night.
The United Way of St. Joseph is calling for volunteers to read to children in area schools this summer.
Memorial Day weekend brings increased awareness on veterans at the same time many high school seniors begin the next phase of their lives.
Despite cool temperatures and off and on rain, about 20 kids still braved the elements to swim for the first time this summer.
A unique, new pizza restaurant made its anticipated debut in St. Joseph Saturday.
A group of students at Humboldt Elementary School came up with the idea for the service project.
Students at Minnie Cline Elementary School got a little extra incentive to practice healthy habits through Subway's Fresh Start challenge.
A long-time family business changed hands Wednesday in St. Joseph. The Apothecary Pharmacy on St. Joseph Avenue made the transition official with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Breakfast is being served in the classrooms at Edison Elementary in order to get more students to start their day off right.
Students began selling the doughnuts more than a month ago. It's become so popular, they sold 300 donuts in a matter of minutes this week.
Students celebrated the opening of their community garden Monday.
An assembly line formed early Friday morning outside the Remington Nature Center in St. Joseph. Rotary members from three clubs handed boxes, filled with shoes, from one person to the next.
Students at Edison Elementary School are getting a lesson outside of the classroom this week.
Parents filled the Civic Arena in Downtown St. Joseph Tuesday for the annual Children's Fair.
Students will are responsible for planting the garden and taking care of it during the school year. They learn about responsibility throughout the process.
Students at Hyde Elementary took part in a special ceremony Friday, recognizing St. Joseph as a Tree City USA. This is the 21st year the city received the designation.
The Robidoux Row Museum is selling everything from antiques to baked goods this weekend. The three-day benefit began Thursday and runs through Saturday at 4 p.m.
Jeff and Kaiti Lawrence exchanged vows at home plate Friday evening
Easter is almost here and for one church that means taking an egg hunt to a whole new level.
Caroline's Cart doubles as a basket for groceries and wheel chair to accommodate children with special needs.
During a ceremony Friday at East Hills mall, St. Joseph City Councilwoman Donna Jean Boyer read a proclamation from Mayor Bill Falkner.
A construction project is scheduled to take over the food court at East Hills mall next month.
Nathan Ice took first place in this year's St. Joe's Got Talent competition at the Missouri Theater with his original song "All In."
An accident that disrupted a way of life for a northeast Kansas farmer has brought his community together.
The 9th Annual Praise Dance Festival, at Word of Faith brought joy and inspiration to audience.
The district is one of three in Missouri to be recognized with a Best Communities for Music Education designation.
A harsh winter has prompted Missouri Gas Energy to extend leniency to its customers.
This performers will take the stage at the Missouri Theater on April 10 at 7 p.m. Judges will select the top three acts. Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for children 10 and under.
A group of students in St. Joseph are learning what it takes to land a job in journalism.
Record Wear House will begin a liquidation process March 27.
The Allied Arts Council selected Justin Border's design for the second public art project. His creation is based on a diagram of the Missouri River flood plains dating back to the 1930s. It also includes a stylized map of St. Joseph.
The United Way's "Eat, Drink, Live United" promotion kicked off during the lunch hour Wednesday.
The unique pizza oven arrived at il Lazzarone on 1628 Frederick Avenue late last week.
Parts of Cook Road and Stockyards Expressway will be closed early this week.
Jonathon Guyer is just one of the instructors in a group course aimed at teaching young teenage boys the many aspects of being a man.
Second Harvest Community Food Bank hopes to raise $400,000 during the next three months.
The Allied Arts Council is looking for the top local performers for this year's St. Joe's Got Talent competition. Auditions begin this for the annual event, a fundraiser for the Arts Fund Campaign.