All seven people aboard a private plane that crashed in a Massachusetts air field and erupted into a fireball have been killed, authorities said.
It’s been common for a child who needs a flu shot or who is feeling unwell to miss class because he needs to be seen by a medical provider. But several school districts and health care providers in Southwest Missouri want to change that by putting basic health services directly in the schools.
A new storefront on South Main Street that has been empty for some time is getting a 24-hour gym called 24 Elite. It will be in the building that is owned by Dr. Michael Joseph, 3030 S. Main St.
Joplin school officials are trying to find a funding source to keep their post-tornado mental health program, Project Hope, in place for at least another year.
When Charles Salveter purchased more than 400 acres in Lawrence County about 20 years ago, he didn’t know that caves on the property were home to endangered Ozark Cavefish.
Several of the Native American tribes in Northeast Oklahoma are organizing their 2014 summer powwows, the first of which gets under way next weekend.
Officials at Missouri Southern State University on Tuesday will announce the creation of the Southwest Missouri Collaborative for Dental Care for the Underserved.
A panel of community, education and business leaders from the Neosho area recently completed a nine-month Joint Land Use Study to determine what impact Camp Crowder may be having on surrounding land, and vice versa.
The only American solider held prisoner in Afghanistan has been freed from Taliban captivity in exchange for the release of five Afghan detainees from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Obama administration officials said Saturday.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs became an explosive political story this week, culminating with the resignation of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki.