Students and teachers dressed up as their favorite character after meeting the goal in a box top collection contest. They collected more than 5,200 box tops in about two weeks.
More than 15,000 books and other items are for sale at The Friends of the St. Joseph Public Library fundraiser.
The St. Joseph Symphony performed for all of the St. Joseph elementary schools and others the surrounding area.
The Allied Arts Council is helping turn traffic boxes into works of art.
More than 2,500 sophomores from 50 area high schools are attending the annual event at Wyatt Park Baptist Church.
Drivers are getting a break at the gas pump. Prices have dropped as low as $2.90 in St. Joseph.
With the swing of a golf club, the future of breast cancer research in St. Joseph is looking brighter.
As parents get ready to dust off their kids' Halloween costumes, they may not fit liked they used to. But don't throw them away...
The St. Joseph Health Department set up a clinic at the Wednesday to provide out free flu shots.
The cost of a meal doesn't seem like much nowadays, but with an empty stomach it could mean everything. A local food pantry is working hard to fight the war on hunger.
It's something difficult for adults to understand. Now, kids in their pre-teens are trying to prevent suicide among their peers.
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.
The St. Joseph car dealership has re-opened its doors since remodeling started in February.
Sprigeo is a new website that allows students to report bullying anonymously and without the fear of retaliation.
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.
Second Harvest Community Food Bank sees an increase in donations and addresses future needs in their annual meeting.
Missouri Western celebrated the signing of the U.S. Constitution with a discussion on affirmative action.
Students in the Gifted & Talented Education Program are taking part in activities that go beyond the normal classroom setting.
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission held an open meeting at Missouri Western Wednesday to discuss the state of St. Joseph roads.
September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day. The St. Joseph Youth Alliance helped spread the word at Missouri Western on Wednesday.
Benedictine College in Atchison, KS wants to give the opportunity for students and the public to get a hands on experience about our history.
School libraries now have the ability for students to check out electronic devices such as e-readers and tablets - instead of books.
The St. Joseph Habitat for Humanity is 1 of 3 organizations that received a grant from KCP&L to fund a project that benefits the environment.
Attendance is being made a high priority. So much, that even minutes are being taken into account.
September is National Preparedness Month, local officials give tips to being prepared for a disaster.
Walter Gibson still works five days a week as a welder. He doesn't believe in sitting at home and doing nothing, and says work is good for your soul and health.
The 2014 annual outside audit was performed at the Buchanan County Courthouse Wednesday.
A diabetic shoe clinic will be visiting Maysville Senior Living on Tuesday, August 19th.
As part of Military Appreciation Day, soldiers stationed at Fort Leavenworth and Fort Riley received VIP treatment Thursday morning.
As kids head back to class, we're reminded to keep an eye out for increased foot traffic near schools.
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.
Homeless families in the community may soon have more opportunities thanks to a local group of children.
Lowe's was presented the Show Me Heroes Flag of Freedom award Tuesday.
A project that is necessary for Ben Hardy to become an eagle scout has transformed into something bigger.
This is a peak time for energy usage, but, KCP&L says there are ways to cut back and save.
Interserv at the Calvin Center has volunteers doing a well check as they travel their routes delivering meals.
Food For Kids is providing kids with cold drinks and a meal in the midst of the hot temperatures.
After experiencing success and a crippling drought in just a matter of a few years, the owners have held strong and continue to gain a following.
The annual Stuff the Bus campaign is set for August 1 and 2. Volunteers will help collect new school supplies at both St. Joseph Walmart locations.
The boys beat out 14,000 other entries and received a gift from the Michael Jackson Foundation.
Mark Twain and Bessie Ellison elementary schools will have air conditioning for the upcoming school year.
Cool mid-July temperatures have the community taking advantage of the pleasant weather.
The community came together at the Mark Twain Elementary Community Garden for the weekly harvest.
A universal playground will be built at the new YMCA Community Campus in St. Joseph.
Musical theatre enthusiasts got the chance to learn how to dance their way to Broadway.
The pet grooming salon had out-grown its facility on Faraon.
Synthetic Turf of Kansas City has opened a St. Joseph location and displayed some of their work at the Puppy Love dog salon.