Live at Five: Cathedral Prepares for Mardi Gras Event
The 21st Annual R. Dan Boulware Convocation on Critical Issues at Missouri Western will highlight the life of Walter Cronkite.
The Special Olympics of Missouri celebrates with cold, hard cash after dozens braved the icy edges of Lake Contrary last weekend.
Voters in Buchanan County will have a lot to vote on come April 8th, the next election for St. Joseph voters.
Electric bills could be getting a little cheaper for KCP&L customers in the St. Joseph and Kansas City areas.
Shaun Agnew is Shrek in the upcoming production of Shrek: The Musical. And he plays opposite of his wife, who is in the role of Princess Fiona.
familiar voice in St. Joseph has been chosen to lead the 2014 St. Joseph Mardi Gras Parade.
A superintendent will soon retire from a local school after nearly 40 years of service.
The search is over for an executive director at Community Action Partnership of St. Joseph.
The St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce is hoping the formation of a new council will address the needs of some of the city's largest employers.
Missouri Western's "Mama Griffs" group invited future Griffs to take part in a special day at the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
Guests spent time in the one-room Pony School, where they saw just how different a day in class was back in the 1860s. They also learned about the job of a Pony Express rider.
St. Joseph Mayor Bill Falkner speaks to a packed room about local current events and accolades.
Terry Brock inspires his strings students with passion for music, and appreciation for the arts. He even teaches second graders!
Johnson Controls has announced it will lay off 29 workers from one of its two St. Joseph locations.
Trickle down personnel moves from the addition of two new elementary schools continue with the naming of a new principal at Humboldt Elementary.
Second Harvest and Live Well St. Joe teamed up for another edition of the Super Food Fair Sunday.
Buchanan County Commissioners and the County Prosecutor are seeking design proposals for a new memorial.
Several area businesses and individuals were recognized for volunteer efforts at the United Way of Greater St. Joseph's Annual Meeting Thursday.
A recent USA Today report puts St. Joseph in the top 10 fastest growing economies in the United States.
Several area agencies are teaming up to provide a health fair and Affordable Care Act enrollment event this Friday.
The clinic is suspending afternoon services on the last business day of each month.
The festival association has announced "Celebrating 90 Years" for the 2014 Apple Blossom Theme.
St. Joe Transit is adding mid-morning and mid-afternoon trips to the bus schedule for Elwood, Kan.
Deanna Kelley recently earned a spot among the top school counselors in the United States.
Food tickets are going away and patrons will once again be able to use cash to purchase food from vendors. Tickets will still be required in the beer tents.
A local library will soon begin a project to grab the names of every soldier from northwest Missouri to serve in World War II.
The St. Joseph Youth Alliance was recently awarded a 5-year, $625,000 grant. The grant will be used to strengthen youth substance abuse prevention through the Drug Free Community Coalition.
While many students had the day off, students at Benedictine College say they're proud to be part of a diverse campus.
The American College of Technology will host a seminar later this week for those displaced by Energizer layoffs in Maryville.
After its initial supply ran out, the City of St. Joseph Health Department now has more flu vaccine available to those who qualify.
The money went to Second Harvest Community Food Bank. The donation is enough to provide 250,000 pounds of fresh produce to the food bank's clients.
Stephanie Grable loves books, and she knows people going through treatment for cancer could use an escape while in the hospital.
The stage is set for a night of magic and mystery in St. Joseph. The International Superstars of Magic and Comedy returns to the Missouri Theater next month.
Positive lab results have allowed the City of Stewartsville to lift a boil order issued Thursday night.
General Motors is recalling about 370,000 trucks because of a fire risk.
New mortgage lending rules are going into effect Friday that aim to put an end to the worst mortgage lending abuses of the past.
Missouri Western State University has announced the selection of a new associate vice president for university advancement.
The St. Joseph Metro Chamber will soon officially change its name.
Nominations are being accepted for two annual awards given to St. Joseph teachers.
The signal that the holidays are over has begun on St. Joseph's north and south sides as Holiday Park and South Pole lighting displays are coming down.
The annual Pound Plunge kicks off next week in St. Joseph. Participants can sign up on their own or with a team. They will weigh in weekly and have a shot a prizes.
The AFL-CIO office will be open until at least 5 p.m. today working to get the remaining families adopted. Call 816-364-1131 if you can help.
Students at West Platte High School send gifts to soldiers
The St. Joseph Metro Chamber Board of Directors has officially endorsed the Agri-Business Expo Center project.
Due to the holidays, Fresh Start Community Market will alter its hours.
More than 200 area families are waiting to be adopted this holiday season.
Heartland hospital will make an appearance on national TV tonight.
Ronald White may not be the richest man alive, but he has a heart of gold. The father of five wanted to do something special for children who were less fortunate in his community.
Shoppers have just a few days left to earn tickets for the grand prize drawing on Dec. 18