In front of a packed concourse at Missouri Western’s Spratt Stadium Wednesday, university officials and guests broke ground on the planned $6.9 million renovation to the 36-year-old football and soccer facility.
A Northwest Missouri newspaper publisher has expanded its presence in the region.
By this summer, organizers hope to turn a large muddy patch at Parkway Elementary School into a full community garden surrounded by fruit trees.
A string of overnight vandalism interrupted city workers Wednesday when more than a dozen tires on city vehicles were slashed.
Police continue to investigate the deaths of two people found inside a home on Monday afternoon.
A Maryville, Mo., woman died and a man was seriously injured in a Nodaway County accident Tuesday evening, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
David Luther Admire, 68, of St. Joseph, passed away Monday, May 4, 2015, at the Veterans Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo.
MARYVILLE, Mo. John W. Zimmerman, Maryville, passed away on May 4, 2015, in Maryville, after a long illness.
Almost two years ago, a neurosurgeon told Stacey Mohr-Conley that it was possible her son Noah wouldn’t recover from his traumatic brain injury.
A jury began deliberations Thursday on the fate of a man accused of selling drugs to two confidential informants who have criminal records with a total of 17 convictions.
More than one
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri lawmakers voted Tuesday to remove several thousand families from a welfare program by imposing shorter time limits for people to receive the benefits, overriding a veto by the state's Democratic governor.
It's the largest one-day food drive in the nation. That's according to Second Harvest Food Bank Director Chad Higdon, who joined other local sponsors Tuesday to announce Saturday's Stamp Out Hunger food drive.
The St. Joseph City Council held their first budget meeting for the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year Tuesday night. It's the first of five meetings to consider the proposed budget.
Police continue to investigate the deaths of two people found inside a Midtown home on Monday afternoon.
As scrap metal prices rised, so do the theft rates of catalytic converters. In an effort to curb that common summertime crime, the St. Joseph Police Department has teamed up with American Life Insurance, Menards, and local automotive shops. Car owners can take their vehicle into one of the seven auto repair locations throughout town to receive the service. The automotive specialists will engrave the catalytic converter with the VIN number and then add high visibility paint.