For the last few months, I've been working as a photographer at KSHB Action 41 as a photographer and the projects closer to the bottom are videos I did as a student at the University of Mizzou.
Hundreds were at the National World War I Museum and Memorial to honor our nation’s heroes.
A building undergoing renovations in downtown Liberty partially collapsed Tuesday morning.
Brian Gordon worked for Hallmark for 20 years before he was laid off. Gordon is now creating his own work – cartoons.
Sometimes medicine is only part of the healing process. A program in Kansas City helps kids conquer their pain.
Moon Marble Company is gearing up for their annual marble show.
For the first time in 10 years, the SAT is getting a major makeover, and guidance counselors are working with students to make sure they’re ready.
James Dudley, also known as Jay, became a pastor for a small congregation called Tabernacle of Grace located in the bsement of the Armory Sports and Recreation Center in Columbia.
Brianna Crozier is an artist who came to Cape Girardeau's Comic Con.
Equipment: Iphone 6 Plus and wireless mics.
Two brothers followed their dreams and passion through coffee and bread. It started with an idea and ended by turning an old Laundromat..
A Kansas City pastor from Cuba says the Pope granted him grace when no one else would.
Dennis Oetting celebrates 25 years of his heart transplant with advice about living a healthy life.
What was once a home to millionaires in east Kansas City, Troost Avenue has become KC's largest economic divide.
There’s controversy behind this piece of property.
Phoenix Coldon was going to college when she went missing in 2011. Her parents wait for Phenix to come home and don't doubt that they'll see her.
Conner always wanted to be on stage and loves every moment of it. Especially when he gets into character. He reveals what it takes for an actor to slip into character.
Equipment: Panasonic Lumix GH3 and rhode Mic.