PITTSBURG, Kan. — Arlin Evans was convinced James Willard swiped his cellphone and would not let the matter drop, Willard testified at his sentencing hearing Friday in Crawford County District Court.
COLUMBUS, Kan. — A Cherokee County jury convicted a Galena man Friday of several child sex offenses and drug charges.
A judge granted a rural Diamond man a suspended sentence Friday in Jasper County Circuit Court on a conviction for trying to run down a Joplin police officer with a vehicle.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A federal grand jury has indicted a Lawrence County man for shooting at an airplane engaged in crop dusting.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – After a contentious Senate debate, the Missouri General Assembly on Thursday voted to block an automatic pay hike for elected officials and some judges from going into effect.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg State University today announced that President Steve Scott has accepted the resignation of Brad Hodson as vice president for university advancement. The resignation is eff
OKLAHOMA CITY — Leave it to a meteorologist to start an evening seminar for weather watchers with a dire warning.
Joplin’s master development partners failed to make a $1.5 million payment that was due this month to settle a federal investments lawsuit in a business radio venture in Texas.
A local comic book artists is launching a new fundraising campaign for an art project with his kids.
Pittsburg State University today announced that President Steve Scott has accepted the resignation of Brad Hodson as vice president for university advancement. The resignation is effective immediately