A western Missouri father and son face federal charges accusing them of illegally possessing firearms.
Two people have been charged in the death of a man in Kansas City, Kansas.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $4.2 million grant to research how climate change affects river systems in the U.S. and Mongolia.
The U.S. Agriculture Department has awarded Kansas a $1.3 in matching funds for a program to increase the availability of ethanol blended fuels for motorists.
Who wants a warm kiss? Or some tequila?
U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine of Tulsa broke with the majority of his Republican colleagues in Congress and endorsed Rep. Daniel Webster of Florida in the race for speaker of the House.
The planners of Carthage’s 2015 Christmas Parade are remembering a historic anniversary and honoring a former superintendent.
With voters heading to the polls on Nov. 3 to decide whether the city should sell the the local hospital to Mercy, officials from Mercy tried to address concerns about the future of health care in Carthage.
The man who dreamed up the idea and inspired the founders of the Hall of Carthage Heroes will finally get his own plaque in the hall at the Fair Acres Family YMCA next month.
Carthage’s Marching Tigers Band was recently invited to perform at Universal Orlando in Florida during the week of Spring Break.