Kansas City-St. Joseph Diocese Settles Claims for $200,000The Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has agreed to pay $200,000 to settle a lawsuit over a parent's claims that a pedophile priest took obscene photos of her two minor daughters.
Schaaf Stands Opposed to Funding for New StadiumSchaaf said he's prepared to filibuster if need be to prevent a vote on the Senate floor.
Police: Drink Specials, Social Media Don't MixThe city attorney for St. Joseph is asking the state to clarify whether Missouri law forbids bars from posting drink specials on their social media sites.
St. Joseph Passes Smoking BanUnder the ban, which goes into effect June 7, smoking will no longer be allowed in any indoor place of employment, including bars and restaurants.
Missouri Man Wakes Up To Find Stolen Car In GarageA St. Joseph man says he needed a car, but he didn't expect one to turn up in his garage overnight.
Mo. Proposal Targets Collection of Cellphone DataA Missouri lawmaker is proposing a state constitutional amendment intended to cut down on the government's ability to get data about people's phone calls.
Missouri Man Tells Judge He Wants To Go Back To PrisonRoy Murphy was ready to plead guilty earlier this week to second-degree attempted robbery a charge that would have sent him back to prison for up to seven years.
TBN Founder, Missouri Native Paul Crouch DiesBroadcaster was born in St. Joseph & educated in Springfield.
Police Arrest Spaghetti Bandit in St. JosephA 51-year-old man has been arrested after breaking into the downtown St. Joseph fire station, taking spaghetti out of a refrigerator and hiding under a desk.
St. Joseph Medical Center To Use Armed GuardsHeartland security leader Derek Conz says there have been several incidents where people have entered the medical center with a gun.
Missouri Couple Arrested Over Stolen Cemetery Items St. Joseph police say a couple was arrested after officers found dozens of flowers and stolen grave decorations at their home.
Mo. Senator Says Lobbyists Killed Hospital Oversight Bill"As it is, the hospital industry has too much power and so you're just not going to get good public policy," Sen. Rob Schaaf said.