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.
Lowell Mason, the world's smallest gospel singer, had a big message for Clearmont Christian Church members and visitors.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Joseph held their annual motorcycle ride on Saturday.
125 foster kids in Brown, Atchison, and Doniphan counties in Kansas will have all the necessary supplies for this upcoming school year.
Since 2004, insuring doctors at affordable rates across the state of Missouri has led to MoDocs receiving a prestigious award.
A community garden at Mark Twain Elementary School is helping families in need and teaching kids the value of giving back.
The United Way is recruiting volunteers to read to children every week in July.
Bartlett Park playground to add specially designed tree house for kids of all ages and abilities.
At the end of the holiday weekend R.V. parks are seeing visitors pack up and head back home but some are there to stay.
Church's Chicken was busier than normal on Sunday due to National Fried Chicken Day.
Many areas in St. Joseph suffered minor flooding Saturday but campers at AOK campgrounds didn't mind the rain.
The Missouri Fraternal Order of Police named Deputy Sheriff Sarah Hardin Member of the Year.
With summer in full swing, St. Joseph residents have a limited choice of where to go to stay cool.
Riverside High School is hosting the camp for kids age 5 to 12.
As summer heat begins to warm the ground and cause it to move, crews work to repair broken water mains.
Electronics enthusiasts had an amateur radio field day on Sunday in order to educate others about the benefits of the technology.
Room To Bloom Day Care opened it's doors to the community on Saturday to show what they have to offer.
State budget cuts are forcing the Family Guidance Center to cut some services.
American Business and Technology University held an open house Thursday for military personnel.
Hotel celebrated the grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
For 22 years, Royal Family Kids Camp has been helping abused, neglected, and under privileged children.
Yard work was given a different meaning as visitors and participants enjoyed the Water Garden Tour.
After a veteran Lafayette High School employee was diagnosed with cancer, her co-workers rallied support.
The Doniphan County Chamber of Commerce awarded businessmen and women today for their contributions in the community.
When you list your favorite superheroes, names like Batman or Superman probably come to mind. But, some young students found their own powers during a unique summer school program.
After a year's worth of training, some local athletes are on their way to the Olympic games. They're some of the top performers with the Special Olympics.
The sculptures stem from a partnership between the Allied Arts Council, the City of St. Joseph and the Downtown Association.
The money raised through Habitat ReStore helps the organization with building projects throughout the city.
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.