A 29-year-old St. Joseph man was transported to the hospital after a rollover crash Tuesday.
The latest numbers from the "Kids Count in Missouri" survey show in 2011 nearly 22 percent of children under 18 lived in poverty.
A bridge with broken concrete and rubble has forced drivers to take a different route in a Northwest Missouri community.
Registration for the November general election ends Wednesday.
St. Joseph Adult Education & Literacy will hold high school equivalency class orientation on October 8, 9, and 10 at Webster Learning Center from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Charles Burge, 35, of Kansas City, is charged with first degree statutory rape, sexual exploitation of a minor, enticement of a child, and endangering the welfare of a child.
A judge sentenced Patrick Courtney, of Galt, after he pleaded guilty to second degree murder in a Grundy County courtroom Monday.
The tickets are limited and fans have to register online for a chance to be part of a random drawing.
A new study reports that hands-free devices in your car might not be as safe as you think they are.
Board of Education member Dan Colgan says more liberal transfer policy would assist those families with special needs.
The victim said a man pointed a gun at him and asked for money.
Agriculture experts say pork prices are expected to climb through the end of the year.
The City of St. Joseph says the increase is needed to help pay for nine projects mandated by the federal government from upgrading sewer systems to helping reduce sewer overflows.
The bridge was closed after an inspection revealed critical deterioration to the structure.
Boeing plans to bring 700 jobs to St. Louis to build parts for the 777X.
Cases of Enterovirus 68 have been reported in more than 40 states including Missouri and the virus is now being blamed for the death of a New Jersey pre-school student.
Businesses looking to expand outside St. Joseph city limits now have a tool for economic development.
The Supreme Court has turned away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex marriages, paving the way for an immediate expansion of gay and lesbian unions.
Freelance journalist transferred to an isolation ward at Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha
Kansas City's won seven straight playoff games dating back to 1985.
Eric Hosmer, Mike Moustakas homer as Royals sweep ALDS.
Kid's Closet Connection is making sure that gently used clothing keeps getting used.
Health officials in Kansas City say one person has been quarantined at a Kansas City area hospital after showing an ebola-like symptom.
Below average temperatures this time of year are having an effect on farmers.
The sixth annual event was held to raise money for breast cancer research.
An online reality show called The Fireball Run, made it's way to Chillicothe Saturday morning as part of their journey.
Athletic trainers now receive special training to recognize when their players suffer concussion symptoms. Nationally, three high school football players died in the last week.
The St. Jo Frontier Casino is looking at the impact of moving downtown. This comes after the city did a similar review last year.
A St. Joseph Police Officer was taken to the hospital Friday night after being involved in a car crash near downtown.
Sydnie Messner was killed after she was ejected from the car she was riding in on Route V in Nodaway County Saturday.
McCaskill will hold the events next week as part of her "Claire on Campus" tour across the state.
The problem can cause a part that holds the rear wheel in place to separate, which can make the wheel wobble and cause a crash.
The trailer, along with tools that range from chainsaws to generators, is equipped to assist in disaster recovery.
Mike Moustakas hit the go-ahead home run in the top of the 11th inning in game one of the American League Division Series against the Angels.
Business at local bars is high as the Royals compete in the American League Division Series.
A 44-year-old McFall woman has died from her injuries after a one-vehicle accident early Wednesday night.
The Southside Junction Redevelopment Project would ask for $4 million in public funds for the development of an entertainment and retail district on Illinois Ave.
Plan proposed to St. Joseph City Council would take money planned for new bridge at 59 Highway and Alabama and redirect it to street repairs on Illinois Ave.
The City of St. Joseph is considering asking voters next year to decide a Use Tax and Gas Tax to help fund road repairs. In addition, a $200 million Sewer Bond will be decided in February and the St. Joseph School District is expected to ask voters to renew a property tax levy.
Troop H held an annual blood drive Thursday to honor trooper Michael Webster.
Two northwest Missouri police departments are upgrading technology to help officers better protect and serve.
The "Cool Biz Challenge" is a dress rehearsal for potential future business owners.
Authorities say home robberies happen about 60,000 times a year in the United States.
State lawmakers began hearing testimony Wednesday.
A 52-year-old Cole County man died last month after he tested positive for rabies.
This comes after it was announced that the first ever case of Ebola was diagnosed in the U.S. Health officials want to make sure it doesn't spread.
MoDOT says the decision to stop using the rails came after an investigation revealed a malfunction.
Liquor violations and burglaries remain top worries for Missouri Western State University.
The cable provider dropped several Viacom channels including Nickelodeon, MTV, VH-1, TV Land, Comedy Central and others after the two could not come to terms over fees.
The St. Joseph Health Department set up a clinic at the Wednesday to provide out free flu shots.