Police standoff incidents tend to draw curious onlookers, and while officers understand and expect this, they do ask that people respect the rules in such situations.
One person is in custody after a shooting early Thursday morning.
The usual traffic pattern in Downtown is officially beginning to change. Traffic signals near the Law Enforcement Center are now acting as four-way stop signs.
An increase in vehicle crashes, including many serious injuries and fatalities, has the Missouri State Highway Patrol worried.
One man was seriously injured in an overnight crash on Interstate 29.
A man is facing two counts of second-degree involuntary manslaughter following an accident Sunday night in Andrew County.
Two separate car crashes impacted traffic on Interstate 29 on Friday.
Thursday, the strictest mask mandate took effect for all indoor areas where social distancing is not possible.
Two people were injured in a crash two miles north of St. Joseph on State Route K, Wednesday evening.
Members of the Mayor’s Blue-Ribbon Citizens Crime Advisory Subcommittee met Wednesday with Mayor Bill McMurray and acting police chief Eric Protzman. One of the main topics of discussion was the allocation of resources to low-income neighborhoods.
A “Click it or Ticket” operation conducted Monday by the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Troop H in Andrew and Buchanan counties netted a number of citations and arrests.
Three people suffered injuries in an ATV crash Saturday.
Cyberbullying has always been a concern when it comes to children who have access to the internet.
The southbound lanes of Interstate 29 will be closed from 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14, to 6 a.m.Tuesday, Sept 15, near mile marker 59 in Andrew County.
An accident involving a St. Joseph Police Department vehicle at the corner of 22nd and Mulberry streets held up traffic at about 2 p.m. Friday.