Nearly 30 events — including food tastings, dance lessons, musical performances and presentations on history and literature — are scheduled this fall as part of Missouri Southern State University’s an
Some say the $63 million in budget changes announced by Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s office Thursday afternoon weren’t as bad as anticipated; others say they are just a temporary fix and don’t address
Sen. Ron Richard, of Joplin, said he will be a candidate for the top Missouri Senate leadership job to be vacated by the chamber’s president pro tem, Tom Demsey.
A 21-year-old defendant pleaded guilty Friday in Jasper County Circuit Court to a reduced charge in a child abuse case involving his girlfriend’s 19-month-old son.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Grants from the SEK Art Fest will fund a second day of cultural events at Little Balkans Days and a new downtown mural, the organization announced Friday morning.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Thousands of people are expected to stop by Abundant Life Church Saturday for an event providing school supplies, clothes, health screenings and other services to children in Newton and
COLUMBUS, Kan. — The Riverton nonprofit that provides mental health services to Cherokee County residents is seeking a 5 percent increase in the amount of money it receives from the county government.
Carthage police are searching for a man who grabbed money off a counter at the Price Cutter grocery store in Carthage at around 5:30 p.m. Friday and fled on foot in what police are calling a “crime of opportunity.”
Crossroads Interchange Construction this upcoming week.
An Arizona-based health care services company for the military plans to open a service center in Kansas City and hire 500 employees.