St. Joseph struggles with lack of skilled workers
A recent workforce survey conducted by the St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce found the city is suffering from a shortage of skilled labor. The reasons are manifold.
Substance at City Hall found to be human ashes
A white substance mailed to St. Joseph City Hall that forced partial evacuation of the building was later determined to be human ashes.
Market for surveillance technology expected to grow
“It’s pretty necessary,” Smith said. “We’ve actually had one at my aunt’s house, and it went off a week ago and the guy ran away. So, I mean, it works.”
Student accuses Missouri Western of gender bias
An article published by a student accusing Missouri Western State University of double standards and rule bending in favor of a male student has received close to 1,300 likes, retweets, shares and comments on social media.
CBD shop, physician team up for medical cannabis certification
A CBD shop and physician specializing in medical cannabis have teamed up in order to make obtaining a patient ID for medical marijuana less complicated.
Online food delivery services expanding locally
Third-party delivery services like DoorDash, Uber Eats and Postmate promise to bring anything from homestyle mashed potatoes to a Big Mac right to a customer’s door.
Witness describes scene of officer shooting
An inmate who allegedly shot and critically wounded a Trenton, Missouri, police officer was detained by a group of citizens, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol and an eyewitness.
Legal cannabis leaves employees unprotected
Missourians will soon be able to consume medical marijuana legally, but the passage of Amendment 2 does not protect employees from potential workplace consequences.