Dane is the morning weekday anchor and an afternoon reporter who joined the news team in January 2018.
Dane is the morning weekday anchor and an afternoon reporter who joined the news team in January 2018. She graduated from the university of North Carolina Wilmington and while there she was a high jump, long jump, and triple jumper for the women’s Track & Field team. When it warms up you may see her out running.
She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. And in her free time, she loves to explore the area by visiting museums, local shops, and restaurants. She's not used to this cold mid-west weather, but she says she's always happy to experience something new!
The Buchanan County Sheriff's Department has released a new line of stickers intended to help improve communication between first responders and the people they try to help on service calls.
North American Savings Bank gave Second Harvest a $50 thousand dollar donation Thursday morning.
The 2019 Sheriffs Office Awards honored the Men and Women who have been putting it all on the line. Wednesday nights ceremony awarded over 10 members of the department for their outstanding performance in the department over the past year.
After fundraising for years and getting a loan from Commerce Bank, the Friends of the Animal Shelter have made a 200-thousand dollar down payment on the building the St. Joseph Animal Shelter has been renting.
The iconic Barbosa's Castle in downtown St. Joseph will be closed for at least two weeks as restaurant store owners work to replace the air conditioning units and accompanying copper wiring that vandals stole Monday night. While owners say it is frustrating dealing with this for the now third year in a row, it's their employees that will take the brunt of the temporary closure.
The next time you're at a concert in St. Joseph like Parties on the Parkway or Sounds of Summer, you may notice white boxes strategically placed around the venue. They are part of a new program and partnership headed by the Ecumenical Eco-Justice (EEJ), an organization focused on environmental sustainability in St. Joseph.
Second Harvest kicked off its 'No Hunger Summer' program in St. Joseph Monday.
The group unanimously said it was teamwork in the Missouri House that got bills passed that were relevant to St. Joseph. Solon told the audience "we are really working together and it shows."
A boil advisory has been issued for Craig residents.
Heavy rain and recent flooding have left behind standing water throughout northwest Missouri and health experts said it's the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes.