American College of Technology has moved to the Wyeth Mansion.
Area grocers and shoppers are playing it safe after news that contaminated beef may have made its way to St. Joseph.
Potentially contaminated beef could have reached as many as 35 states, including Missouri and Kansas.
A committee endorsed a bill that would require all students living on college campuses to be vaccinated against meningitis starting in July 2015.
The shooting happened after police began a pursuit of a stolen pick-up truck in the area of 7th and Iowa Streets in Hiawatha.
Businesses selling booze to minors is a problem many cities face. Here in St. Joseph, a program is in place to check-up on servers and make sure they're following the law.
Police say Jaden Hanson was found safe
Missouri Western State University announced an educational partnership with the 139th Airlift Wing on Friday.
Experts say coyotes are having a hard time finding food. Plus, they're overpopulated and mating season makes them aggressive and bold.
According to the US Labor Department, employers added 175,000 jobs. That's up from 129,000 in January. But as the labor force grew, so did the number of unemployed.
Sophomore Andrew Johnson doesn't get many minutes on the floor, but he makes his presence felt from the bench.
Warmer weather can create for dangerous conditions near area waterways. Ice is melting, and the water is still very cold.
More than just memorizing arithmetic tables, the philosophy behind Common Core learning is visualizing problems and understanding how to come up with the right solutions.
The 42nd Annual Realtor of the Year Awards took place Thursday night at The Benton Club.
Two sisters are charged with felony theft for stealing from the Heartland gift shop, where they volunteered.
Midland Empire Resources for Independent Living, MERIL, celebrated its 20th anniversary Thursday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Schools around the area took part in a statewide tornado drill Thursday.
Second Harvest Community Food Bank hopes to raise $400,000 during the next three months.
Fire officials believe a suspended heating unit started the fire. Fire Chief Doug Hamilton said components that feed the natural gas to the unit failed.
Madison Meyer is a ten year old who wants her classmates to eat right and exercise. And she's an ambassador for a program sponsored by the NFL.
Two people are now in custody, accused of working together in a sex crime case involving a minor.
State lawmakers are taking President Obama's advice and not waiting on Congress to raise the minimum wage.
Ten Puppies are looking for a new home. A man found them stashed in a plastic tote on the side of the road in Kansas City, Missouri.
Dr. Bob Stuber will run for State Senator for the 34th District.
Chad Gaddie announced his candidacy for Associate Circuit Judge of Division 6 in Buchanan County.
Sales at area small businesses are booming, but some need help behind the counter.
The mass lawsuit announced Wednesday includes farmers, small businesses and other property owners in five states, including Missouri and Kansas.
Smith & Wesson, a major firearm distributor, reported big profits in the third quarter. Local shops have also seen the increase.
75 firefighters from 13 different agencies responded. The cause of the fire is under investigation
The St. Joseph Police Department released the man Wednesday pending further investigation in the case.
M'Shoogy's Animal Rescue faces a $7,500 monthly electric bill from KCP&L. That's the cost of heating a facility that cares for more than 8,000 animals per year.
Banks are racing to upgrade their ATMs before they become prime targets for hackers.
An employee of a St. Joseph movie theater is in custody facing charges after the facility was trashed this week following its final day of business.
The collision happened south of St. Joseph on Highway 169 around noon.
Ceiling tiles in the main lobby were torn out and shattered. Debris covered the floor of the lobby as well. Two theaters were also trashed.
Jared Fogle is not just a guy who lost a lot of weight by eating low-calorie sandwiches at his favorite restaurant. Now he's a spokesperson for that company and an advocate in the fight against childhood obesity.
The USDA says the average retail price per pound of fresh beef was $5.04. Analysts say a supply squeeze caused by the lingering drought is pushing up prices.
According to masFlight, January's weather alone has cost passengers $2.5 billion - all due to flight delays and cancellations.
Radio Shack is planning to close as many as 1,100 stores. No word on which locations will close or how many employees will be impacted.
A waste product from a dump truck closes portion of roadway near Bluff View Road.
Phase 1 of "The Quarters" will feature 19 homes built on land from 7th - 9th Street between Faraon and Roubidoux.
Smoke-Free St. Joe and Citizens for Fairness have each raised $7,000 for campaign efforts.
The St. Joseph Christian graduate and daughter of Buchanan County Commissioner died in a fatal car crash over the weekend.
A man wanted for questioning on a burglary case in St. Joseph is now in custody in Platte County.
Two groups connected to St. Joseph's smoking ban initiative are amping up their campaigns
Clean Line Energy Partners, the company developing a renewable wind energy project in the region, met with landowners in Gower on Monday.
Extreme weather can take a toll on the vehicles at a car dealership, but preparedness is key to preserving the goods.
A late season snow storm is bringing bitterly cold temperatures to northwest Missouri. It has many longing for spring.
Saturday night's snowfall tapered off earlier than expected, leaving much of the area with three to four inches of snow.
A snow storm we've been anticipating for nearly a week has already begun, and looks to pick up during the late night hours.
As northwest Missouri prepares for a late season storm, the city is getting ready for it. Plows are waiting to go out once a few inches fall.
A woman suspected of stealing a credit card from an area church is now in custody.
MoDOT is advising Missourians to stay home during the weekend storm, which is expected to start Saturday night.
As our unpredictable storm prepares to move in Saturday, both MoDOT and St. Joseph snow plows are ready to hit the streets.
St. Joseph police are looking for three men in connection to a series of burglaries.
Sheriff Bryan Atkins said Brenda Ann Perry, of St. Joseph, is wanted after someone identified her from a surveillance video.
The City of St. Joseph is working to rebuild its salt supply as another winter storm approaches. The streets department took a hit after several rounds of snow since the beginning of the year.
President Robert Vartabedian and his wife, Dr. Laurel Vartabedian, have pledged $144,000 for the university's upcoming capital campaign.
A St. Joseph woman is sharing her battle with a rare blood disorder on Rare Disease Day, a day dedicated to diseases like hers.
Police are searching for two men suspected in a St. Joseph home invasion. Officers say the men forced their way into a home in the 1300 block of Boyd and restrained a man.
A one-car accident just after 8 a.m. on Friday left three people with minor injuries.
After an above freezing Friday, look out for a wild and wintry start to the month of March.
Musicians currently practice is a modular building behind Potter Hall. The project is part of a $750,000 renovation project for three campus buildings.
The Looney Sports Complex, Potter Hall and Wilson Hall will all see improvements. The low bid of $750,000 was accepted and work will begin in March.
Missouri State Senator Dan Brown wants to shorten the amount of time an inmate can be put to death after an appeal.
Police said people are getting calls saying their Medicare will run out by March 1.
Sgt. Lyon has worked many cases over the years during his time as a state trooper.
House lawmakers have approved a proposed voter ID law.
Aaron Matthew Anderson, 37, was arrested in Mercer County.
Many people use smart phone apps for weather info. These phones have a limited amount of data, which can prove inaccurate on long-range forecasts.
A St. Joseph post office has a little clean-up work ahead after a truck backed into the building Thursday morning.
The proposed new rules would include changing the serving size and updating the recommended daily guidelines for various nutrients.
After a water main break earlier in the week, officials in Troy say water is back on and no longer needs boiling.
The bill would allow businesses to refuse service to anyone they chose based on religious preferences.
Hall Elementary, in St. Joseph, learned how to prevent bullying as part of its 'Anti-Bullying Week.'
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed a controversial bill that would have given businesses the right to refuse to serve gay and lesbian customers.
A St. Joseph duo shared their story of visiting the Olympic games.
The Salvation Army in St. Joseph received $6,500 from St. Joe Petroleum.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon continued his statewide push to gather support for his proposed budget. His plan includes millions for education.
First lady Michelle Obama is promoting an initiative to remove advertisements on sodas and unhealthy snacks in vending machines in schools.
Convicted child killer Michael Taylor has been put to death after a petition for clemency was denied.
Second TeleTown hall meeting allowed callers to ask questions directly to school superintendent Dr. Fred Czerwonka.
Former Miss North Carolina USA went from being bullied, to becoming one of the nation's top beauty queens. Now, she's an advocate against bullying.
As the state's fourth death row inmate is set to die in as many months, Missouri is facing growing criticism around how they get the drugs.
The 18-year-old received probation Tuesday for assaulting another player during a football game last fall.
A Platte County deputy stopped the vehicle on Feb. 15 after observing several traffic violations. During the stop, the deputy smelled an odor of what he believed to be burnt marijuana.
The Livingston County Sheriff's Department issued a "Wanted" advisory for Elisha J. Melton, 33, Tuesday.
The vehicle hit several trees and went down an embankment before coming to a stop.
Officers seized meth, more than 600 pills, including pseudoephedrine, along with a portable scale and other drug paraphernalia during a search of the man's home.
The city of Troy was forced to shut off water services and cancel classes after a water main break early Tuesday morning.
A woman walked through office areas of the church while worshipers were in the chapel Sunday. Surveillance cameras captured her in action.
8-year-old Hailey Gawatz was found safe about an hour after police issued a NIXLE alert for the missing girl.
The St. Joseph School District has a strict policy when reviewing bullying cases.
Hailey Gawatz was found safely hours after she was reported missing
Jean Jennings Bartik, the world's first computer programmer, has left a legacy on women's history and at Northwest Missouri State University.
The collision happened early Saturday morning, leaving a hole in the side of the apartment in Craig. A mom and her two young children were inside but they made it out unharmed.
A Johns Hopkins University study finds that the 2007 repeal of Missouri's "permit to purchase" law actually caused an increase in murders in the time since the repeal.
Memorial services are set for 10-year-old Hailey Owens. Her body was found at a man's home after she was abducted last week while walking in her neighborhood.
The St. Joseph School District Superintendent has scheduled the phone call for Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. to collect feedback about the district and ideas for improvement.
Jeramy Sanders, 17, is charged with three additional, unrelated felonies after assisting Megan Guffey, 14, run away last week.
An abnormal-sized pothole, on Interstate 29, led to flat tires for four cars.
Daisy Coleman supporters planned another rally, wanting justice for the Maryville teen. However, only one supporter showed up.
Simpson Lumber and Sawmill caught on fire Saturday afternoon. No one was injured.
A veteran Columbia, Mo., firefighter was killed early Saturday morning during a walkway collapse at an apartment complex.
After a November court ruling suspended red light cameras in the state, police chiefs are looking for answers from the Missouri Supreme Court.
In what has been a busy winter around the country, more potholes have popped up locally. The city reports they have filled 570 potholes since January 1.
An Independence, Mo., man is charged with involuntary manslaughter after the beating death of a man in the Arrowhead Stadium parking lot.
Authorities responded to a crash that sent a van into the Wathena Pizza Hut Friday afternoon.
Former mayor says Kaufman, Texas was scarred by being the site of a horse slaughter plant.
Family members of Hailey Owens sat on the first row inside a Springfield courtroom Friday. They caught a glimpse for the first time of Craig Wood on a video screen from the jail.
The 21st Annual R. Dan Boulware Convocation on Critical Issues at Missouri Western will highlight the life of Walter Cronkite.
The slaughtering of horses was banned in the U.S. in 2007. However, an estimated 170,000 horses are transported out of the country each year for slaughter. The meat is then shipped to Europe and Japan.
Northwest Missouri Regional Airport was hit hard by Thursday's crazy weather. Airport managers are now picking up the pieces.
The Center - A Samaritan Center - is asking Buchanan County for money to help meet the growing demand.
State Rep. Delus Johnson is stepping away from the race for the 12th District seat. Instead, he will seek reelection to Missouri's 9th District State House seat.
St. Joseph resident Mike Veale announced that he would be running for County Commissioner at a press conference at the Buchanan County Courthouse on Thursday.
An Atchison man has been charged with child abuse and aggravated battery after allegedly shaking a four-month old.
Rain and thunderstorms preceded snow across the region in the past 24 hours.
Shaun Agnew is Shrek in the upcoming production of Shrek: The Musical. And he plays opposite of his wife, who is in the role of Princess Fiona.
It was either a very restless or restful night of sleep for someone who bought a Powerball ticket in Northern California.
Local law officials, and child experts, are giving advice on ways to keep kids safe.
Grant money is available to older homes and buildings classified as 'endangered'. The hope is to revive and renovate these buildings so unique architecture can be salvaged.
The Harrison County Sheriff's Department has lifted an endangered person advisory after a missing 23-month-old girl has been located safely.
Greene County prosecutors charged Craig Michael Wood, 45, with murder, child kidnapping and armed criminal action.
St. Joseph Police responded to a fight just after noon on Wednesday. One suspect pulled a gun, which turned out to be a pellet gun.
A St. Joseph man is getting the word out about a POW who may soon be released by Taliban forces.
Superintendent of Schools Robert Smith made the decision to dismiss at 1:15 p.m. as city crews work to repair three water main breaks.
Springfield police have confirmed the body of a young girl has been found in the search for a missing 10-year-old girl.
According to court documents, the 21-year-old man forced a 16-year-old girl to have sex with him.
City Clerk Patricia Johnson said the city will be under a two-day precautionary boil advisory. Crews are working to repair three breaks at this time.
Wood, a paraprofessional and athletic coach at Pleasant View K-8 School, was taken to police headquarters for questioning, then booked into the Greene County Jail on charges of first degree murder.
Springfield police arrested 45-year-old Craig Michael Wood.
Suspect taken into custody on first degree murder charges
$22,000 is approved for compliance checks of liquor retailers. Much of the funding is coming through state and federal grants.
Two 16-year-old juveniles were arrested Tuesday in connection to damage at Platte County RIII High School
The St. Joseph Salvation Army is battling bed bugs. They have a plan in place to fix the annoying issue.
The American College of Technology received University status and will be changing its name officially in April.
The Sheriff's Department said some cell phone users have received a text message from email@example.com.
MoDOT reports Route CC is closed from Gallatin Avenue to Ardinger Street. Crews from the City of Hamilton have begun repairs.
Police used the SUV's navigation system to locate the vehicle outside a home on Hampton Road Monday morning.
Two suspects cause at least $50,000 worth of damage throughout the high school. Their three hour rampage was captured on video surveillance.and police want help in identifying the suspects.
In what was supposed to be a special holiday season, Lynn Brown fought for her life after giving birth to a baby girl.
Megan Guffey, 14, was located in Daviess County after she allegedly ran away with her boyfriend over the weekend.
Experts say that there aren't any prescription cures for ever-evolving viruses, but medication to treat symptoms is available over the counter.
A high-speed getaway ends in a St. Joseph neighborhood thanks to a GPS tracking device. Now, four suspects are in custody.
Nearly 18,000 immigrants are becoming United States citizens in honor of the holiday. They have been taking oaths of allegiance in 148 naturalization ceremonies across the country since Friday.
The IRS chief says phone lines will be "very busy" and that you could spend a long time on hold.
Authorities are searching for 14 year old Megan Guffey, who has been missing since early Saturday morning.
The Missouri House of Representatives sent legislation to the Missouri Senate, aiming to crack down on the abuse of prescription drugs. Missouri is currently the only state without a Drug Monitoring Program, but that may soon change.
The jackpot for Wednesday's Powerball drawing is an estimated $400 million.