City of St. Joseph and MoDOT both say they're ready for whatever our approaching winter storm may bring. Freezing rain possible late tonight, then chances of snow coming for Saturday.
A Savannah couple is part of the first group of locals to sign up for insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon appointed Richard Fordyce as director of the Missouri Department of Agriculture at a news conference in Rushville on Thursday.
Two St. Joseph schools donated some classroom supplies to Colgan Center, a school for at risk students.
The grand prize winner of yesterday's Shop St. Joseph program has come forward but chances to win remain with second chance drawings.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is asking drivers to use caution over the next several days with winter weather expected to cause slick conditions.
It won't be long until we are reminded again what month it is, and what season we are just about to begin.
It's been a war of science, law and emotion between the two sides at odds over a proposed horse slaughter plant in Gallatin.
A winner has come forward to claim the $10,000 Shop St. Joe grand prize.
The St. Joseph School District is reviewing safety plans to prevent another student from bringing a gun to school after a 7-year-old brought a gun to Lindbergh Elementary Tuesday.
Bud Mutchler worked for decades before deciding that getting his high school equivalency could take priority.
At Living Community of St. Joseph, managers have set up the "Meaning of Christmas" tree. The tags you find on the tree list needs for seniors.
A St. Joseph man has been charged after his son brought a loaded gun to Lindbergh Elementary School Tuesday.
Heartland hospital will make an appearance on national TV tonight.
The estimated jackpot was a $636 million making it the second biggest jackpot in lottery history.
Students and teachers pitched in to give these children a Christmas they won't soon forget.
Police are investigating after a 7-year-old boy brought a loaded handgun to school in St. Joseph Tuesday.
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.
Lottery officials say sales have pushed the total to $636 million with a cash value of more than $341 million.
People are swarming to buy tickets for the $586 million Mega Millions lottery jackpot, but you might be surprised to know even more money than that is going unclaimed.
A bipartisan budget compromise that already passed the House cleared a critical procedural hurdle Tuesday in the Senate, increasing the likelihood it will win final congressional approval this week.
1,000 households are being asked to complete the survey that will show police how residents think they're doing their jobs.
As people hurry to ship their gifts for Christmas, the Postal Service is working seven days a week to keep up with the demand.
Shawn Winkfield-Maynard of St. Joseph had pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the August drowning death of his 8-month old son. Boy had been left unattended in a bathtub full of water.
"It's our big fundraiser of the year, but it's not just for Christmas," says Capt. Chuck Cook from the Salvation Army of St. Joseph
The jackpot is now projected to be the fourth biggest prize in lottery history. The current record jackpot is $656 million.
The shipping giant says this is its busiest day of the year with about 34 million packages being picked up.
In the 30 years that Krug Park in St. Joseph has been decorated with lights, Cherry Mash candy has been a treat at the end of the tour.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is selling raffle tickets for Second Harvest in St. Joseph. The winner of the raffle will get a 3-foot tall, 30 pound Santa chocolate.
An overnight fire in Troy, Kan. started by a space heater reminds homeowners to be careful this time of year.
Laura Beal, a student that has faced health problems and the death of her mother, graduated from Missouri Western today.
Northwest Missouri State is back in the NCAA Division II National Championship for the first time since 2009.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was in St. Joseph on Saturday to speak at a deployment ceremony for Missouri National Guard's Kosovo Force. The Force is leaving for an 11-month mission to Kosovo next week.
The patrol reported eight fatalities in a 24-hour period due to snow and ice covered roads.
St. Joseph road crews remain on standby and ready to treat roads as they begin to freeze.
Several students went to hospital with minor injuries after bus crashes on slick roads near Cameron.
Crews began around sunrise to prepare trucks for the potential for rough conditions.
A Kansas man has been charged in federal court with attempting to explode a car bomb at a Wichita airport.
The jackpot is the second highest ever offered in the game.
Friday the 13th shows that we're not done yet with this pre-winter winter experience.
A national tv crew visited St. Joseph this summer to cover a patient with a rare parasite.
The United Way of Greater St. Joseph is warning the community that its main phone number may be involved in a caller id spoofing scam.
A Northwest Missouri State graduate student died at her off campus home this week. The University said she died of natural causes.
Missouri has executed a convicted killer for the second time in three weeks.
A St. Joseph group wants to decriminalize marijuana in Missouri. 'Show-Me Cannabis' held a town hall meeting Wednesday night to discuss current laws regarding marijuana in the state.
State Auditor's office staff met with village trustees to outline process for state audit. Residents who petitioned for the audit pleased
They want a smooth transition, but there are still a lot of questions to answer before Buchanan County takes over its ambulance service next July.
Area Division II football teams won't have to travel far if they advance to the national championship over the next four seasons.
Agriculture students at Hillyard Technical Center in St. Joseph are growing Poinsettias this Holiday season to sell as part of a project.
Group says momentum is growing for pot legalization as two states have recently decriminalized marijuana.