(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) St. Joseph police are investigating a Thanksgiving night drive by shooting. It happened in south St. Joseph on the 7000 block of Ollmeda Street around 11 p.m. Three bullets were fired into a home owned by Melody Casmer and her fiancee. One of the bullets traveled through a front window, through the living room and lodged into
(CAMERON, Mo.) The City of Cameron says an error has led them to mail out incorrect utility bills for December. According to alert sent by city officials, they have processed new bills and all customers should receive the corrected version in the mail next week. Officials ask residents to disregard the first statement you receive.
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) The countdown to burn off those Thanksgiving calories was on. With wheels spinning, pedals pushing, Taylor Frohnapfel spent her Friday morning at the YMCA's Turkey Buster. "I think it's good that a lot of people want to come in and stay healthy after Thanksgiving because it's good, you need that balance of yes you can eat a
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Standing at the front door of Gordmans, greeting shoppers as they walked in was Richard Nicholai. A man who's spent the past decade making sure shoppers stayed safe on Black Friday - as well as keeping an eye out for those sticky bandits. "We've had to teach ourselves to think like criminals, in order to beat them
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Toys made their way to the K-JO 105.5 radio station all day for a good cause. The 12th Annual Toyland Express toy drive was held from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. The toys collected will be give to the children at the Noyes Home and Adopt A Family. Participants were asked to drop off new,
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo) Martha Christman is not like most Black Friday shoppers. "That is my first idea, try local first," said Martha Christman, local shopper. Instead of rushing to retail stores, she does most of her holiday shopping elsewhere. "I have always shopped local if I can. I use to be a business owner in St. Joe and I think
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Two people were transported to Mosaic Life Care following an accident on Frederick Avenue. The St. Joseph Police Department says a van ran a stop light at Frederick and I-29 around 3 p.m. Friday. A truck going eastbound on Frederick tried to avoid the van, but went down the overpass onto southbound I-29. The two passengers in
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Firefighters responding to house fires -- it's something we've seen almost daily this month in St. Joseph. Some of those impacted are renters and many lost costly items. "We've seen tvs that are four rooms away from the fire completely melt down. It's just the way things are made nowadays and the heat that modern fires put
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) It all starts with empty, metal pans and unraveling aluminum foil to see if the ham and turkey is ready to go. Thanksgiving is always a huge day at Galvin's Dinnerhouse in St. Joseph. But prepping for it - isn't easy. "What we're gonna get done first, and what needs to be done, and how it's all
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) An overnight accident closed down parts of Highway 36 early Thursday morning. Deputies with the Buchanan County Sheriff's Department say a man was driving down the wrong way in the eastbound lanes of 36 Highway when he struck an oncoming vehicle at the 22nd Street exit. The accident forced officers to close down one lane of the
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) As millions of travelers headed out on the highways for the Thanksgiving weekend, state patrol troopers were also out watching to make sure everyone would make it safely. "Through increased presence and strict enforcement, we can hope we can keep those traffic crashes down for the Thanksgiving counting period," said Sgt. Jacob Angle with the Missouri State
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) A new housing report out indicates foreclosure rates in St. Joseph to be dropping slightly. The figures, coming from Corelogic, show foreclosure rates in September were at .60 percent, which is a 25 percent drop over last year. The number of people at least 90 days behind in their mortgage payments are about the same last year,
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo) Black Friday shopping at can be a pain, especially when it comes to those long checkout lines. This year, managers at one of St. Joseph's Walmart stores are working to make the lines more organized. Four bright-colored poster boards already hang from Walmart's ceiling. Manager Joe Huber said this is part of the plan for cutting down
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Gas prices are nearly 45 cents lower than this time last year. Missouri is among the cheapest and here in St. Joseph the price per gallon has dropped below $2.50 at most places. As families prepare to travel this Thanksgiving, they're getting a break at the pump. "It was a nice surprise. I paid $2.59 a gallon.
(FERGUSON, Mo.) Residents and law enforcement in Ferguson, Missouri hope that the unrest is calming down there. More police led to fewer problems on the street last night, less violence and disruption. Meanwhile, officer Darren Wilson is speaking out. He said this is the most important thing he wants people to believe about the shooting death of Michael Brown. "I
(NEW YORK) With more than 40 million Americans expected to travel Wednesday, a storm hitting the eastern part of the country couldn't come at worse time. Flights are being cancelled and delayed at airports across the country. There's a mix of rain, slush and snow from DC to New York and Philadelphia to Maine. A nor'easter is hitting the eastern
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) If you are hitting the road for Thanksgiving, you will have plenty of company. Aside from other holiday travelers, the Missouri State Highway Patrol will have extra troopers on the highways. Troop H in St. Joseph is taking part in Operation C.A.R.E. The campaign is designed to reduce the number and severity of traffic crashes. In addition,
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Apple Bus Company reported the theft of items from several employees' vehicles Tuesday while parked in the lot of the East Hills Library. The company was conducting an employ training seminar at the library. Transportation Manager Kim Green says at least five employees' vehicles had items stolen from them. "They took my two-way radio that we talk
(ABC NEWS) The man the nation has been waiting to her from breaks his silence. Ferguson officer Darren Wilson reveals new details about his deadly encounter with 18-year-old Michael Brown. Click on the video above to listen to his exclusive interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos.
(DONIPHAN COUNTY, Kan.) Firefighters in Doniphan County spent the morning fighting an old school house fire northwest of Wathena. Crews responded to the Lagrange School on Peck Road just after 7 a.m. Neighbors say the school has been in Doniphan County for 100 years, but has been empty for several years. It was built back in 1914, but Tuesday morning,