ASBURY, Mo. — After touring the Asbury Power Plant and seeing its costly new air-quality control system on Monday, U.S. Rep. Billy Long spoke out against the costs that could stem from the U.S. Enviro
As the 2015-16 academic year gets underway, representatives of the Joplin National Education Association are preparing for their first full year as teachers’ designated union in the collective bargain
CARTHAGE, Mo. — A Carthage woman told investigators she repeatedly struck her 2-year-old’s head against a hard surface because the child was screaming and would not eat dinner.
Monday was one of the busiest mornings at Crosslines Ministries Joplin that Rikki Smith, assistant director, can remember.
A man who once ran for Congress in Missouri and was accused of commercial terrorism in Utah has agreed to a plea deal.
Two Owasso Republicans have filed for a Tulsa-area state Senate seat vacated by a former senator who has pleaded guilty to federal charges.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is planning a visit to the Sooner State as he campaigns for the Republican nomination for president.
Councilors are dedicating a part of City Hall to the longest-serving elected official in Tulsa’s history.
A government survey has found that there are more than 23.7 million acres of farmland rented out by landlords in Kansas.
A man and a woman have been charged in the death of a 1-year-old child in St. Joseph.