Staff at Southwest R-1 near Ludlow were surprised when a broken window at the school turned out to have a bullet hole through it. Another shot was found to have hit a column in front of the school.
The National Military Heritage Society and Museum has started a page on Kickstarter to raise money for a new website.
The St. Joseph Police Department has seen a significant spike in the number of stolen cars this year.
The unemployment rate for St. Joseph dropped in October to its lowest rate since April 2007. That puts St. Joseph's unemployment below the state average of 5.9 and the national average of 5.8.
According to the Livingston County Sheriff's Department, a small caliber bullet hit a window at Southwest R-1 School in Ludlow recently.
Performance of students after high school has prompted a re-evaluation of Missouri education and a plan to get it back on track.
A St. Joseph City Council member entered a plea Thursday morning during an arraignment hearing. Kent "Spanky" O'Dell pleaded guilty to an offense of "excessive blood alcohol content."
According to police, school officials called this morning to report Elena Hernandez missing. She has since been located.
The Board of Education requested polling be done to gauge community support for the renewal of a current tax levy set to expire.
The audit found compliance with all state and federal regulations. It was conducted by a private firm hired by the district and not associated with the financial and operational state audit.
A St. Joseph neighborhood is repainting a home vandalized by racially charged statements.
Before making a donation to a charity - how do you make sure you know that your money is going to the right place?
The Second Harvest Food Bank receives accreditation from the Better Business Bureau.
Doctors say the cancer is very treatable.
After eight years as Buchanan County's presiding commissioner, R.T. Turner has accepted a community affairs position with KCP&L.
Greg Hatten returned to his stomping grounds Monday for story time with third graders at Eugene Field Elementary.
The cyber attack knocked the Playstation network offline for a few hours today.
The new guidelines will prohibit profiling based on religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation and gender identity, according to a Justice official.
Residents at Country Squire Independent Retirement Living took some time out of their Sunday to reflect on the events and lives lost at Pearl Harbor.
A local organization that works with abused children offers free services but needs to hold fundraisers to keep it going.
A St. Joseph bar owner is getting a lot of backlash after posting a Ferguson-related drink special at his bar.
Townsend and Wall Lofts had to be evacuated after the sprinkler system created a heavy flow of water.
Several choirs, a tree lighting, and even a visit from Santa Claus kept families busy Saturday evening.
It was a way to learn about the state's animals and surroundings at the same time.
A man was hospitalized after a one-vehicle accident early Saturday morning.
Two people were transported to Mosaic Life Care Friday with serious injuries after a one-vehicle crash on Highway 36 in St. Joseph.
Around 100 attended the Big Brothers/Big Sisters event, featuring a dinner, magic show and gifts for the kids.
SJSD Board of Education unanimously votes in Beau Musser as board treasurer. He attends first public meeting after eight months on administrative leave.
The Maryville Department of Public Safety arrested a burglary suspect Thursday.
Board members postponed a decision to recommend two percent raises for teachers and administrators until more is learned about the district's budget for next year.
After months of hard work, Carden Park opened its gym to the student body.
Businesses that deliver are catching a break as gas prices continue to drop across the nation.
Buchanan County Prosecutor Dwight Scroggins Jr. filed a misdemeanor charge against St. Joseph City Councilman Kent "Spanky" O'Dell.
As 2014 comes to a close, a ribbon cutting Friday marked a new beginning for another St. Joseph family.
This year is on track to be the best year for U.S. Jobs gains since 1999. Another 321,000 jobs were added in November.
A Caldwell County jury made the decision late Thursday in the case involving Brent Allen Schade, 41.
Troopers said the crash happened around 10 o'clock Thursday night when a driver failed to stop on Route C at the 36 Highway intersection in DeKalb County.
Could the use of a taser gun prevented the death of a man who died in New York after resisting arrest?
Charges were filed Thursday against a man accused of having sex with a 13-year-old.
A convicted stalker was sentenced Thursday.
State representatives stopped in St. Joseph Thursday to listen to concerns surrounding the merger between the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Water Patrol.
Every child's Christmas wish list includes a few items that seem out of reach. But, one St. Joseph girl got a surprise from Santa a little early this year.
A device created with the printer made math class easier for a Truman Middle School student with cerebral palsy.
If you got a flu shot recently, don't be surprised if you still get sick. The CDC says the current virus has mutated, making this year's vaccination less effective.
From just 60 students 10 years ago, there are now more than 600 St. Joseph Public School students enrolled in ESOL programs. Some are re-entering school after not attending in their home countries.
The University commissioned an outside company to determine what they should improve going forward.
Automakers are reporting last month as the strongest month for car sales in more than a decade.
The average price for a gallon of gas now sits around $2.39 a gallon. That's 47 cents lower than last year and the lowest since September 2010.
Every year the AFL-CIO provides Christmas gifts to families that can't afford them. But the sudden loss of a grant has the organization panicking as some families will likely be left stranded just weeks before Christmas.
The Platte County Sheriff's Department is asking for help in identifying a man and a woman accused of using a stolen bank card.