WASHINGTON — Much of the debate over guns during the presidential campaign has focused on big proposals to expand background checks or restore a national assault weapons ban.
Jasper County’s juvenile diversion effort has settled in to its new home in the former First Baptist Church at 633 S. Pearl Ave., and on Monday the program will welcome the public with a steaming pot of chili as well…
GRANBY, Mo. — The Neosho Rotary Club is once again handing out dictionaries to third-graders in Newton County as part of The Dictionary Project.
Walter Johnson achieved a favored place in the hearts of baseball fans in the first part of the 20th century with his dominant pitching and gracious demeanor.
The first thing that catches your eye when you walk through the front door is the car. You don’t expect to see a car parked inside of a shop on Main Street in downtown Joplin. But there it is in…
The Joplin School District has reached a settlement agreeing to pay $2.5 million to a contractor hired to help build a school after the 2011 tornado.
The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded at least four small earthquakes in northern Oklahoma, including one of magnitude 3.3.
Crews have completed the first phase of a large-scale dredging project at an eastern Kansas reservoir.
The U.S. Secretary of Defense is expected to visit Fort Leonard Wood next week.
A Missouri woman recently charged in the 1989 death of a woman in Kansas City, Kansas, has been moved to a Kansas jail.