A stretch of K-7 Highway was dedicated to Sgt. David Enzbrenner, a 24 year veteran of the Atchison Police Department.
Prosecutors charged 32-year-old Jason George with child abuse.
LifeLine Foods took action Tuesday to protect their employees by pretending to put them in danger.
The 139th will send 100 airmen and part of its C-130 airlift fleet to Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar.
The Clinton County Sheriff's Department says 13-year-old Madyson Willey was found in the Belton area Tuesday morning.
The St. Joseph National Education Association called for the suspension of superintendent certifications for Dr. Fred Czerwonka, Dr. Melody Smith and Dr. Dan Colgan.
While committee members were pleased the state auditor echoed their concerns about stipends, they are disappointed administrators are not listening to them regarding next year's salary schedule.
Authorities are investigating an armed abduction in Buchanan County.
Private school administrators discuss how the school district being under fire is affecting them.
Firefighters jumped into a frozen pond to train for an ice rescue.
Holly Norris also served as the first female police officer of the Elwood Police Department.
The Kansas Department of Transportation will dedicate part of K-7 highway after Sergeant David Enzbrenner.
Lawmakers are discussing raising the speed limit to 75 miles per hour on some highways.
Brewer's Barbecue has made a name for itself in the St. Joseph community thanks to a family's passion.
The community had high hopes for Dr. Fred Czerwonka when they hired him in 2013.
Millions of college kids around the country apply for financial aid every year - but the process can get confusing. That's why Missouri Western held an event Sunday to provide assistance.
It may take a few more months but expect to see more activity up in the sky.
Experts say it's smart to plan ahead as you get a little extra money.
With more and more reports of hackers and financial theft occurring over the internet, it's important to make sure you're protecting yourself.
Teachers and parents are reacting to the board's decision to start the process of firing Fred Czerwonka.
The CDC has discovered a new virus that may have contributed to a Kansas man's death.
There's nothing like the prom and two local organizations want to help young ladies in the community be able to wear that perfect dress.
The board voted 6-0 to initiate the process to fire Czerwonka in their closed meeting Friday.
There had been speculation the board of education would address the paid administrative leave of Superintendent Fred Czerwonka and Chief Operating Officer Rick Hartigan. After a blistering state audit report, many were also speculating about the status of Human Resources Director Doug Flowers.
Fellow firefighters opened St. Joe Mattress Outlet on Frederick Avenue.
Sen. Roy Blunt stopped at Nucor LMP as part of visit to workers throughout the region.
Students from Benton High School toured the Black Archives Museum in St. Joseph on Friday as part of Black History Month.
Mayor Bill Falkner said tough leadership decisions are ahead, but none of the financial mess should overshadow the positive things happening in our schools and in our city.
A winter weather advisory goes into effect at 4:00 p.m. Friday until 10:00 a.m. Saturday.
In a letter dated Feb. 11, the bank cited several concerns for its decision including the ongoing FBI investigation and general turmoil in the district.
Bart Hardy will take over as the new head football coach.
Fake emails claim to be from the "State Attorney Office" and threatens arrest.
Troopers with the Missouri State Highway Patrol will be taking part in a "Click It or Ticket" mobilization Friday, Feb. 20.
Warmer weather makes its way in to the region today, but winter weather returns quickly.
The state senator from St. Joseph called the unapproved stipend distributions a misappropriation of state funds.
Three veterans from three different wars received medals Thursday from U.S. Congressman Sam Graves
An Atchison man has been indicted on federal charges.
The USDA released their projection for food production in the next ten years. Beef production is predicted to increase 16 percent by 2025.
Senate Bill 473 would change several laws regarding the St. Joseph School District Board of Education.
When it comes to being happy and healthy, Alaska is best, while West Virginia is the worst. That's according to this year's Gallup Healthways Well-Being Index.
Approximately 500,000 full-time and part-time Walmart and Sam's Club employees are getting a pay raise in April that will take them to $9.00 an hour. That's $1.75 an hour above the current federal minimum wage.
The Arctic blast is hitting 24 states and creating a challenge for drivers on icy roads in some places. In St. Joseph, the temperature dropped to 10 below zero overnight, which tied a record low.
A Missouri security firm is helping small businesses protect themselves from cyber security risks.
A 70-year-old Jameson man is dead following a crash Wednesday.
Missouri export sales reached $14.1 Billion in 2014, the second highest on record.
The Governor says the poor report is not good news, he does not want it to be a road block from educating kids.
District officials say they understand why people might be upset about the 'poor' score on the state audit. They admit that there are systemic and fundamental issues they must address.
The 2+2 program gives students the chance to achieve a degree in radiology.
The Hearts and Hammers Club first came together 12 years ago.
Students are taking part in the NO MORE campaign. The movement is focused on ending domestic violence and sexual assaults.