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Cold weather tips to keep your pets safe

With cold weather on the way, the Animal Medical Center of Mid-America urges all pet owners to bring their pets inside and exercise the utmost caution when exposing pets to the cold. Pets rely on their owners

Assault suspect appears in court

Byron Brown An 18-year-old St. Joseph man appeared in court Tuesday on charges stemming from an alleged assault last week. Byron Brown is charged with 3rd degree assault, a misdemeanor. Judge Rebecca Spencer set the case for

Colder temps and light snow on the way

Light snow is possible beginning early Wednesday afternoon through the late evening hours. Accumulation is not expected to exceed 1 inch for most areas, though locally higher amounts are possible. This activity during peak travel times may

Albrecht-Kemper to reopen after fire

Albrecht-KemperPhoto courtesy Jane Graves The Albrecht-Kemper Musuem of Art plans to re-open this weekend after a fire forced the museum to close last month. As we previously reported, an electrical fire forced the museum to close last month

Obituaries December 1-3

Ronald E. King 1949-2016 Ronald E. King, 67, St. Joseph, Missouri passed away Friday, December 2, 2016 He married Diana King January 21, 1984, she precedes him in death. Ronald played fast pitch softball. He loved his