The Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals recognized Dr. Jasmine Briedwell, Terri Deayon and John Davison this week.
The Nodaway County Commission announced the ban for the county on Tuesday. The burn ban will remain in effect until further notice.
Ten people were arrested Monday afternoon at a home near 30th and Jules.
The smoking ban will remain in effect, despite a local groups efforts to repeal it.
A 22-hour standoff in southwest Springfield ended Monday night with a man found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound and two children found dead as well.
State Rep. Delus Johnson wants to make changes to how school boards are composed.
The city announced Bill McKinney's retirement on Monday.
Two St. Joseph men were arrested on Monday after leading police on a high speed chase through several northwest Missouri counties.
A suspect is in custody at the Nodaway County Jail. Charges are pending.
The facility, on McArthur Drive, was not damaged by a weekend grass fire, but the City of St. Joseph wants to prevent any residual smoke from getting in to the building.
The university's Board of Regents on Friday approved the higher costs for the 2015-2016 school year.
Doniphan County's emergency manager has requested no burning through Monday, March 23.
Police say a missing Sugar Creek woman could be in the St. Joseph area. They are asking the public for help in locating Ronelle Dixon, 26. She has been missing since March 13.
The City of St. Joseph's emergency manager lifted the order Monday morning for residents on Elwood Street. The evacuation order went in to effect Sunday due to heavy smoke from a field fire near the Missouri River.
Record breaking heat on the way today. Gusty winds will help temperatures climb to the 80s. Fire risk remains high through the afternoon.
A St. Joseph firefighter was injured Sunday while fighting a fire along the Missouri River.
Firefighters in Missouri and Kansas battled a massive field fire Sunday.
The Livingston County Sheriff's Department is investigating a fire near Wheeling.
The fire originally started on the other side of the river in Kansas.
A local church isn't just looking to grow their ministry, but to also engage with the community through the power of conversation.
A 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a shooting outside the headquarters of the Ferguson police department.
An all you can eat breakfast in Oregon raised money for a cancer fund.
The World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade took place in Maryville Saturday.
The winner and first attendant in each category walk in the parade May 3rd.
A grass fire in Doniphan county burned 50 acres and produced smoke that could be seen for miles - even on the Missouri side.
Before Saturday's parade, Moila Country Club opened up their parking lot to the community.
The 2nd annual Norty's Shamrock 5k gave runners the chance to give back as well as get some exercise.
Downtown St. Joseph was full of green Saturday. The annual St. Patrick's Day parade brought families from around the area to Frederick avenue.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol says Eric Quick, 35, died after he flipped his car and was ejected.
Though the group collected fewer than the number of signatures required for their petition, they are going to ask the St. Joseph City Council to revisit the smoking ban.
With the number of suicides on the rise nationally, police and health experts want people to know there is help.
An investigation conducted by the KBI led to the arrest of an Atchison man on felony charges related to sex crimes against a child.
As the manhunt continues, there are more calls for peace. Determined protestors were back on the streets overnight under increased police presence.
Since 2000, 16 MoDOT workers have died in construction zone accidents. National Work Zone Awarness Week is set for later this month as part of an effort to curb deadly accidents.
As of Friday afternoon, 7 people had signed up to fill the vacancy left behind after Dan Colgan gave up his seat earlier this month.
The five-year, $5 million campaign is to create a new health and wellness center for South St. Joseph.
Nutrition services workers have 60 days to implement their plan. At the urging of nutrition service employees, the board of education voted not to renew its contract with OPAA.
A large grass fire destroyed 50 acres of land along the Missouri River.
According to Pothole Economics, the average cost for vehicle repairs is around $377.
Rep. Delus Johnson is asking St. Joseph residents to travel to Jefferson City to give testimony on the bills.
In the five years since the group was created, more than $22,000 has been given to 70 patients fighting cancer.
No one was home at the time the fire broke out.
Neighbors say officers brought several people out of the house.
Authorities say two women and two men were taken into custody on the 1200 block of S. Main Street on Wednesday.
Two police officers are recovering this morning after they were shot just hours after Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson announced his resignation.
A St. Joseph family is picking up the pieces after an overnight house fire in the city's north side.
Missouri libraries have created a petition in hopes Governor Jay Nixon will reconsider withholding funds after a statewide budget shortfall.
An area family is looking for two miniature cows.
The food services provider had been with the district for two years. After complaints from cooks, the board of education voted unanimously to end their contract with OPAA.
Crews battled a major grass fire Wednesday night along the Missouri River.