Elena Delle Donne had chills when she first heard about Lauren Hill. The WNBA star was brought to tears the more she read about the Mount St. Joseph freshman, who has inoperable brain cancer.
Bill and Dolora “D” Elam don’t really celebrate Halloween – they celebrate their anniversary.
The Kent D. and Mary L. Steadley is giving the city of Carthage half the money needed to repave the parking lots at the Fair Acres Sports Complex and city leaders hope to start that project in the next few weeks.
MOUNT VERNON, Mo. — The Veterans Administration clinic still is in operation on the 165-acre campus of the Missouri Rehabilitation Center here.
NEOSHO, Mo. — New-Mac Electric Cooperative members are receiving more than $1 million in refunds, money that members are already starting to see.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Students at Pittsburg State University took a stand against sexual assault Thursday with a series of events aimed at spreading awareness of sexual violence on college and university
Haunted buildings are all the rage during the Halloween season. The state’s official tourism website, TravelOK.com, which promises to help Oklahomans find one-of-a-kind adventure, lists eight real hau
PITTSBURG, Kan. — A regional technical education center for Southeast Kansas is one step closer to reality.
WENTWORTH, Mo. — As Skyla Stewart walked cautiously around the remains of her former home, smoke could still be seen rising from the wreckage.
Citing a desire to avoid December’s cold, wet weather, the city of Joplin has announced that its residential leaf pickup program will begin Monday, Nov. 17, instead of on the first Monday after Thanks