Area social workers and students came together at Missouri Western State University on Tuesday to get a better idea of how they can help stop the problem during a workshop.
The Royals said Rios suffered the fracture when he was hit by a pitch in the eighth inning of Monday's 12-3 win in Minnesota.
Google Doodle is celebrating the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express with a game on Google's homepage.
A Smithville man was killed late Monday night after a one vehicle accident.
The fire broke out near 13th and Jackson around 10:15 p.m. Monday night.
The City of St. Joseph voted to lower pool gate fees.
The St. Joseph Police Department attempted to serve a felony warrant on Olive Street Monday afternoon but the situation quickly escalated to assault rifles being drawn.
The St. Joseph Fire Department was called out for a fire around 5:30 am Monday morning in the 700 block of North 9th Street.
Fees were increased last year to try and cover expenses like labor, operations to the facility and more.
A 63-cent tax levy expires in August.
Missouri legislature proposed a bill that would provide more state transportation funds to MODOT, but after the recent findings of the state auditor, the bill may face more opposition than expected.
Missouri's House and Senate are scheduled to meet today in an attempt to find common ground on the state's welfare programs.
House Bill 1019 changes the way terminated employees can file for damages based on discrimination.
Hope. It's something we all strive to keep but for one 7-year-old girl it's all she has.
The American Red Cross is getting some help when it comes to donations - and on Sunday it came from a 7-year-old St. Joseph boy.
A nationwide effort to educate the community had teens saying no to tobacco Sunday. Other bad influences in their lives were discussed in a safe environment.
What should be a busy day along the Belt Highway with parking lots filled with customers, was anything but.
Another benefit will also take place tomorrow in St. Joseph. 7-year-old Addie Elder was diagnosed with a brain tumor in January.
The Missouri Department of Conservation held a workshop in Trenton to educate landowners on how to properly burn.
Mardi Gras celebrations may have been popular several weeks ago - but Saturday night was the next best thing.
A little over a month ago Rumours Salon burned down to the ground and employees had to begin to pick up the pieces.
Two local organizations let the community go for a ride Saturday for a good cause. Anderson Ford donated money to the American Red Cross - but there was a special twist in how the money was raised.
A woman in Mercer County was ejected from her car after she was hit by a locomotive on tracks Saturday morning.
The accident happened just after 10:30 p.m. Friday night at the intersection of Savannah and Cook Road in St. Joseph.
U.S. Bank will be the new financial institution of record for the St. Joseph School District's Purchase Card Program. Commerce Bank withdrew after financial concerns were raised after the release of the state audit in February.
The school district and Board Member Dennis Snethen were removed from the lawsuit before it was settled. The Chief Financial Officer of the St. Joseph School District suit alleged that false sexual harassment claims were made against him in retaliation for Musser whistle blowing spending and hiring improprieties in the district.
The former business executive beat out four other finalists for the position after interviews by the St. Joseph School District Board of Education Friday evening.
John T. Booker was charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction, attempting to provide material support to ISIS, and attempting to damage property.
The St. Joseph School District Board of Education will interview the final five candidates seeking to fill an open school board seat during a special meeting Friday.
Richard Follett faces felony stealing charges.
The plaza closed Tuesday after a computer cable sparked a small fire inside the building.
The Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education's St. Joseph stop was their sixth of nine across the state to get input before making a new five-year plan.
Troopers plan to step up enforcement later this month.
St. Joseph police arrested 80-year-old Richard Follett.
Anthony J. Battaglia pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and possession of a controlled substance.
The deadline to submit an application for a float is April 15.
The high court vacated an execution order for 51-year-old Kimber Edwards.
Sabra Dipping Co. LLC is voluntarily recalling 30,000 cases of hummus products because of a possible risk of listeria contamination.
Nadine Strossen was president of the ACLU from 1991-2008. She spoke as a part of NWMSU's Distinguished Lecture Series.
Board of Education President Brad Haggard admits by the time the process to fire superintendent Fred Czerwonka is complete, it may be too late to find a qualified replacement in time for next school year. He says the focus will be to hire a new associate superintendent first.
The tax levy would have given the library money to help kids in Nodaway County.
The Buchanan County Sheriff's Department is investigating a reported abduction.
East Buchanan High School is in the process of expanding their building to add more classroom space.
As bears start to come out of hibernation we're likely to see them move and migrate.
The floods of 2011 are still well in the minds of everyone who lived through it in the area. The goal now for local leaders is to make sure it doesn't happen again.
A Boston jury has found Dzhkohar Tsarnaev guilty on all 30 counts related to the deadly 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, meaning Tsarnaev could face the death penalty.
There is a new way to get a nonstop flight between Kansas City and New York.
St. Joseph Police are looking for a person who they say stabbed a woman late Tuesday night.
A total of 16 candidates made presentations to the board of education. Five of them were selected for further in-depth interviews on Friday.
The fourth time is the charm for the Mid-Buchanan School District.