The Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Missouri is seeking teams to play in and volunteers to assist with the 21st annual Levi Englert Memorial Basketball Tournament, which is slated for Jan. 13-15.
A new task force in Missouri whose members include the president of Crowder College in Neosho is trying to determine how well the state’s public colleges and universities are meeting workforce and education needs.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by five this week to 658.
Oklahoma prison officials say an inmate at a northern Oklahoma prison spotted carrying basketballs and footballs is responsible for one of the year’s largest contraband busts.
A panel set up by the University of Missouri has released a list of legislative recommendations that include redefining how students are charged for their education.
A state task force says Missouri needs to continue improving its public and private efforts to ensure its cybersecurity.
Dan Diehl ducked under one tree limb and pulled another aside as he weaved his way through brush along the Ruby Jack Trail. He grabbed two plastic bottles, both covered with dirt and grime, and tossed them into a bucket…
Cabela’s says Bass Pro Shops’ $4.5 billion deal to buy the Nebraska-based outfitter faces some new hurdles.
An energy industry titan and a music legend are among the notable Oklahomans who died during 2016.
The Lawrence school district has appealed a federal finding that the district violated rules by receiving free residential internet service.