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Police investigating shots fired on northend

An investigation is ongoing into shots fired last night near 3rd and Highland. According to Captain Jeff Wilson with the St. Joseph Police Department, officers responded to a disturbance last night. A man was arrested for investigation

Obituaries July 5-6

Raphael “Ray” Leo Wohletz 1941-2016 Raphael “Ray” Leo Wohletz, 75, Atchison, Kansas, died Tuesday, July 5, 2016 at the Overland Park Regional Medical Center. Mass of Christian burial will be Saturday, July 9, 2016 at 10:30 AM

Upper 80s in the forecast for the weekend

Temperatures in the upper 80s are in the forecast for the weekend. Here’s the 7-day forecast from the National Weather Service:   Today: Mostly sunny, with a high near 88. Calm wind becoming northeast 5 to 7 mph. 

Authorities make meth bust during warrant arrest

The Buchanan County Drug Strike Force arrested two people and seized a large quantity of meth Thursday in St. Joseph. Col. Bill Puett with the Buchanan County Sheriff’s Department said around 2:45 p.m. officers with the Strike

36 Hwy lane closures planned in Hamilton

Courtesy Google Maps HAMILTON, Mo. – A concrete replacement project on U.S. Route 36 and Route 13 in the city limits of Hamilton will cause delays for some motorists next week. Crews from the Missouri Department of

Agency asking for SOS volunteers

Socks (File photo) SOS volunteers are needed by the United Way of Greater St. Joseph. “United Way SOS is a drive that will be collecting new athletic shoes or socks and we are collecting those to distribute

Roads closed in Maryville due to downed power lines

Due to power lines being downed throughout Nodaway County, Maryville Public Safety is cautioning motorists to drive safely.   The following streets are closed in Maryville until further notice: 900 block South Walnut, 800 block of South Fillmore,

Senate passes cloture vote on GMO labeling

The U.S. Senate Wednesday afternoon narrowly approved a procedural vote on GMO labeling, setting up a possible final vote Thursday (today), according to the Hagstrom Report. The Senate voted 65 to 32 to limit debate on the