An 18-year-old man is in custody in Lawrence after he was accused of rape and sexual battery at a University of Kansas residence hall.
More than twice as many Kansas voters are now casting ballots at early polling sites across Kansas, compared to the last presidential election.
Prosecutors have filed a weapons charge against a Kansas City man who was questioned in a suspected road rage killing.
The Golden Crest Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa at Missouri Southern State University will sponsor the eighth annual One Warm Coat drive from Tuesday, Nov. 1, through Wednesday, Nov. 30. Coats of all shapes and sizes are welcome and will be distributed to Watered Gardens and the Joplin Boys and Girls Club to help children and adults in need of warm winter wear. Donating is simple. Just bring clean, gently used coats and jackets to the blue collection boxes in the following campus bui…
Art Feeds Joplin has been selected by the Statefarm Youth Advisory Board to compete in a 10-day voting grant. The Statefarm Neighborhood Assist voting grant accepted 200 out of 2,000 causes to contest for 40 grand prizes of $25,000.
“This year I want to be the one making that first basket.”
On the evening of October 25, 2019, McDonald County Sheriff’s deputies responded to 321 West Sarratt Road, Goodman, Missouri regarding a “check well-being” dispatch involving an elderly male.
Three electric cooperatives in Oklahoma will receive more than $40 million federal loans for construction, improvement and repair projects.
The Kansas Supreme Court won’t consider the case of a couple whose children were taken into state custody.
An $80 million settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit over removal of asbestos during renovation of the Jackson County Courthouse in Kansas City.