Protein L.L.C. will build a new $11.5 million facility on the Stockyards Expressway.
An Idaho man is under arrest for pointing a gun at traffic on Tuesday afternoon.
Neal Ulfers, 33, is charged with tampering with a motor vehicle after leading authorities on a chase that ended in Maryville.
Lawrence Edward Felton, 63, is charged with resisting arrest and assaulting an officer.
Former truancy officer admits to unlawful sexual relationship with a former student.
Missouri State Highway Patrol is cracking down on impaired drivers to keep roads safe.
The St. Joseph Police Department is investigating the death of a 23-month-old at Oak Ridge Apartments this past weekend.
6, 12, and 18 pack 12 ounce clear bottles have been recalled.
$6 million in tax revenue for the St. Joseph School District is threatened unless a school tax levy is renewed by next summer.
The St. Joseph City Council passed a tax levy of $1.14 per $100 valuation for 2015. It is unchanged for the upcoming year.
Graves says non-elected Washington insiders are taking power away from Congress and making laws themselves.
The St. Joseph Police Department will soon get more than a dozen new vehicles.
University President Dr. Robert Vartabedian addressed faculty and staff about the future Monday as Western approaches its 100th year.
National Guard members are reporting for duty at an Armory in South St. Louis City, Monday. Gov. Jay Nixon signed an executive order to help restore peace and order and to protect the citizens of Ferguson.
According to Sheriff Darren White, a man suspected of stealing a vehicle from Nebraska, crashed in Maryville following the pursuit.
A fresh surge of raw emotion led to a night of violent chaos in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri. Also overnight, word that Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has ordered the National Guard to restore order.
Monday marks the first day of school for kids in the St. Joseph School District. On Sunday, a few kids enjoyed it by playing at the park.
KQ2's Mitch McCoy was in Ferguson on Saturday and spoke with several protestors in the Missouri town.
Trails West brought a mix of art, music and more to St. Joseph over the weekend.
St. Joseph Police Officer Mike Moore volunteered at the festival for more than a decade and is retiring.
Teen pregnancy in Buchanan County is on the rise, to raise awareness a local group held a community baby shower.
A wreck in rural Andrew County Saturday night injured John Williams, 19.
The flooding is near Agency.
The Kansas mother has turned her natural soaps into a business.
On Saturday, Nixon placed Ferguson under a curfew. KQ2's Mitchell McCoy has reaction.
A pickup truck hit a church in the 1200 block of Felix on Saturday evening.
People were still satisfied despite Friday's rain and Saturday's clouds.
A Trails West vendor is catching people's attention with a different style of pottery.
The Kids Tour of St. Joseph gave kids the opportunity to ride their bikes for a good cause.
A program at Mizzou is teaching kids about trap shooting.
Intermittent showers kept crowds down some, but those who attended had fun.
A 7-year-old boy was hospitalized Friday night after nearly drowning in a St. Joseph hotel pool.
Ferguson's Police Chief Thomas Jackson revealed the name during a news conference Friday morning.
Protesters in St. Joseph respond to the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown at the hands of Ferguson police and its violent aftermath.
Governor Jay Nixon announced Thursday that the Missouri State Highway Patrol would lead security responsibilities in Ferguson.
Police in Chillicothe are asking for your help as they investigate a shooting near the Chillicothe Airport.
Thursday morning brought the end to another year of Chiefs Training Camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph.
President Obama and Gov. Jay Nixon spoke Thursday morning about the unrest in Ferguson.
A Caldwell County man was seriously injured in a one vehicle accident late Wednesday night.
The City of St. Joseph is in its second wave of terminations of water service for customers who aren't paying their sewer bills.
Northwest Health Services is holding focus group meetings to get views on health care from the community.
Savannah, MO has made a statewide list and it has community leaders excited.
Scholastic, the company known for publishing educational materials for schools will feature Pershing Elementary this fall.
Sewer bills have risen dramatically over the past year, but it's been even worse in Lake Contrary. Since they live outside the city limits, they pay premium rates.
The St. Joseph School District held an open house on Tuesday, the first time the public could see inside the new schools.
Williams' story is bringing awareness to mental health. Mental health experts hope those struggling with suicidal thoughts will seek help.
Mark Woodworth served 17 years in prison for a murder he did not commit. Now, he is suing.
St. Joseph is the latest stop for a bicyclist pedaling from San Francisco to New York City to support a fallen firefighters foundation.
Comedian Robin Williams is dead at age 63.
NAACP advocates in St. Joseph are meeting with other state leaders, pleading for a calm rally.