The Missouri River is prone to flooding. That was the case in the days of Joseph Robidoux, the founder of St. Joseph, and it's still the case today. But for a time it may have been easier to prevent, and there’s a reason for that.
Brooks Jungbluth’s final round of high school golf etched his name in MSHSAA history forever.
Missouri Western junior Shi Qing Ong is one of 12 teams and 12 individuals who will tee it up for the start of the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championship beginning Wednesday.
The St. Joseph Police Department, Buchanan County Sheriff’s Department and the Missouri Highway Patrol surrounded a house in the 1500 block of South 11th Street Monday around 3 p.m. for a standoff situation.
A multi-vehicle car accident closed several lanes of King Hill Avenue on Friday night.
Today marks the 241st birthday of the United States, a day often celebrated with fireworks. Many in the area and around the nation consider fireworks a Fourth of July staple, but not all of the popular varieties are legal in St. Joseph city limits.
Imagine, this weekend, you’re out taking in some wilderness that the state has to offer, only to look over and spot a wild mountain lion spotting you.
Affordable 3-D printers have changed the way we design and build, allowing anyone with a great idea the chance to become an inventor.
For a long time, Americans have been told to limit cholesterol-rich foods, but a new study suggests that there isn’t strong evidence to back that up.