Myers is one of four Democrats running in the primary vying for the seat being vacated by the retirement of Ron Taylor.
Several candidates running in the primary election in August met at Geneo's in St. Joseph on Wednesday night.
More than two dozen people showed up for a community meeting to sound off about confusion surrounding mailing addresses between Elwood and Wathena.
EPA officials raised concerns last week after learning crews were taking pieces of the building away to the dump without proper testing.
Doris Wallace celebrated her birthday with friends and family on Wednesday. She was born in 1905.
Customers are more than $1.5 million behind in their payments.
The St. Joseph School District is beefing up security at its two new schools under construction.
The Institute released its first-ever list of recommended used vehicles for teens after a survey found that 83 percent of parents bought a used vehicle for their teens.
A bronze bust of the legendary newsman born in St. Joseph was unveiled inside Spratt Hall Wednesday.
An airport spokesman says the US Airways plane was performing a test taxi run when it went off into a nearby grassy area.
Prosecutors determine which cases are appropriate for transfer to the Domestic Violence Court, created in 2006 to better address the serious problem.
Woodworth was 16-years-old when he was sentenced to life in prison for the fatal shooting of Catherine Robertson in Chillicothe in 1990.
Those against Amendment 1 hosted a public forum at the East Hills Library.
Fire caused $40,000 in damage to home of Benton Athletic Director Mike Ziesel
Homebuyers spent more than $14 million in June.
John Middleton was scheduled to be put to death at one minute past midnight but his lawyers argued he is not mentally competent to be executed.
Inspectors believe fire started in the attic.
Five separate amendments to the state constitution will appear on the August 5 primary ballot.
Senate Bill 656 would have allowed designated school teachers or administrators to carry concealed weapons after undergoing training.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is using dynamic messaging signs to warn drivers of dangerous habits behind the wheel.
Nixon said the FDA is already working to regulate the e-cigarette market by banning underage sales and adding additional warning labels.
The FBI is expanding its probe into the St. Joseph School District.
Unusually low temperatures plunge into the Midwest as the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic brace for severe storms.
Missouri is home to almost 50 different species of snakes, but only five are venomous.
Warm weather has its perks but also its downfalls for annoying pests.
AFL-CIO is seeking donations as part of their Soles for Christ Program.
Stoney Creek Inn expects more business as rookies arrive at Chiefs training camp next Sunday.
The University of Missouri helped create an audio tour for residents of Lexington.
Kansas City Power and Light reports nearly 4,100 were impacted.
Months before Christmas, a local organization is collecting toys for those in need.
A Wisconsin man dying of cancer traveled to Savannah to see Ozark Mountain Daredevils.
A St. Joseph man is asking for the public's help in identifying a man caught on video surveillance stealing a FedEx box from his front door step.
The Little Free Library is an idea that's growing around the globe.
The truck will be used to serve meals at five locations in St. Joseph during the summer months.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation Thursday that requires any student who attends a public university and lives on campus to be vaccinated against the virus.
It reportedly happened at the Salvation Army Thrift Store in Salina, Kansas on Wednesday.
St. Joseph police are looking for the driver of a car who barreled through a Southside auto repair shop Friday morning.
Troopers found more than 1,000 lbs of marijuana during the stop. Each plastic-wrapped bundle is estimated to weigh about 15 lbs.
Chris Koster supports Amendment 1, saying it will help prevent future regulations on the ag industry. Joe Maxwell is against the measure, saying it will only benefit large corporate farming operations.
Local businesses are hoping good weather and a successful 2013 season will lead to an even better attendance at 2014 Chiefs Training Camp.
The Department of Agriculture predicts 244 million bushels of wheat will be harvested this year - the worst harvest since 1989.
Police say the victim was running along Ashland when she noticed a man in a black Dodge Ram truck following her.
One person was shot in the leg Tuesday night near the 200 block of 19th Street.
Senate Bill 754 keeps the Missouri Rx Program running until August 28, 2017.
The governor said the bill did not offer true reform.
A Chillicothe man faces charges after authorities say he stole underwear from Walmart.
An abandoned grain elevator located just south of 8th and Mitchell still scars the St. Joseph skyline while repeated efforts to tear it down are thwarted. Now, a third attempt to tear it down might be stopped as well.
The proposed list will be a part of Constitutional Amendment 7 - a sales tax that would improve transportation in Missouri.
The St. Joseph School District is encouraging parents to review the districts new school boundaries
Before kids head off to school, education can begin at home. A local program that empowers parents to be a child's first teacher is expanding.