Reports from the Missouri Ethics Commission show Republican Senator Rob Schaaf received a $25,000 from Missouri Club for Growth.
The Buchanan County Sheriff's Department said Roger Pankau was found unresponsive during a routine cell check.
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts is calling for President Obama to ban issue a flight ban from Ebola stricken countries in West Africa.
Ebola tests are underway on a man quarantined at the University of Kansas Hospital.
On Monday, representatives from Heartland and they YWCA met to discuss domestic violence and sexual assaults.
Game 3 will be pushed back to Tuesday night at 7:07 p.m.
Police have not released the victims' identities, pending family notification, but said it appears they are from Kansas.
Investigators are still trying to figure out how she contracted the virus while treating a man who died from Ebola at the Dallas hospital.
Hillcrest Transtional Housing in St. Joe has been in town since 2012.
The exhibit showcases the belongings of Buffalo Bill and the stories that go with it.
Two young girls at Arising Stars gymnastics program in town are working to make their dream a reality.
Police say they have received about 30 reports of vandalism involving a BB gun.
The man lost control of his bike on 36 Highway around 12:30 Sunday morning.
The Glore Psychiatric Museum is letting a select group of people sleep at the supposedly haunted museum.
A group of people protested in front of Ashland Cemetery on Saturday afternoon upset at the upkeep of the grounds.
A car accident at 22nd and Mitchell sent a woman to the hospital Saturday afternoon.
The 3rd Annual Haunted Harris-Kemper Walk Tour allowed people to learn about some of the city's spooky past.
Kansas City is two wins shy of its first World Series appearance since 1985.
Don't be a bully, give bully breeds a chance. This is the message that the New Nodaway Humane Society has for the public.
The school celebrated 150 years before their Friday night football game.
Alex Gordon hit the go-ahead home run in the top of the tenth inning as the Royals beat the Orioles 8-6 in the opening game of the American League Championship Series.
The Royals return to the post season has some fans dreaming big.
Nearly 1,000 pumpkins are part of the display and hundreds of volunteers have worked for days to get them ready for the PumpkinFest lighting ceremony.
The Wall Street Journal reports Dairy Queen says the "back-off" malware affected 395 locations between August and October.
The memorial received the Missouri Division of Tourism's Spotlight Award.
Shelby Linebach beat cancer last year and is using Breast Cancer Awareness Month to tell others about her journey.
One person was transported to the hospital after a crash Thursday evening.
The sheriff's department says the tractor was located on private property on SW Bisel Road.
The St. Joseph Symphony performed for all of the St. Joseph elementary schools and others the surrounding area.
Joseph Soloman, 27, was arrested in Savannah earlier this week after police say he followed two women while they were running.
A report by the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center found that employment at Missouri automobile plants will increase to about 14,000 jobs by next year.
More than 1.55 inches of rain fell Thursday morning in St. Joseph.
The wireless phone company has agreed to pay $105 million dollars for "cramming" its customers.
MoDOT is using more than 250 electronic signs across the state to help cut down on dangerous driving.
The accident happened on Highway 36 in DeKalb County around 2:00 a.m. Thursday.
Police say an off-duty police officer was working as a security guard when he shot and killed an armed man, after the gunman fired at the officer.
November's midterm election is now less than a month away, but Wednesday was the deadline to register to vote.
Missouri law requires registered sex offenders to remain inside their homes between 5:00 p.m and 10:30 p.m on Halloween night.
Heartland is becoming Mosaic Life Care.
The White House announced Wednesday that five U.S. airports will begin enhanced screening of passengers arriving from countries with Ebola.
Thomas Eric Duncan died at a Dallas hospital Wednesday morning.
Missouri Western State University Board of Governors voted Wednesday to refund a tuition a 1.74 percent increase to students.
The facility will employ 50 people.
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.