A Republican Missouri lawmaker says he has a solution to end tense debates over same-sex marriage.
BRANSON, Mo. — If all goes as planned, major construction for the first phase of Branson’s Highway 76 Revitalization will be complete by Memorial Day.
Members of the governance committee, one of six subgroups convened for Joplin’s latest resident-led planning effort, have begun hashing out their priorities for the city’s future.
NEOSHO, Mo. — A Newton County judge has sentenced a reputed Joplin Honkies gang member to a total of 10 years in prison on four felony convictions.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Jocelyn Lamp has shown that a plea for donations sent to the right address can make all the difference.
SENECA, Mo. — After more than two years of waiting and planning, the Seneca Fire Department is taking steps toward building a second station.
The Missouri Department of Conservation says a beetle that is fatal to ash trees has spread to southwest Missouri.
The sister of a woman murdered more than 30 years ago in North Carolina says she and her family have been “waiting for years” to hear the news that a judge has lifted the stay for execution for the killer.
Authorities say a fired eastern Kansas sheriff’s deputy has been charged after an investigation into child sex crimes.
A new study by Washington University in St. Louis researchers has found that current safety standards to protect welders from harmful fumes may be inadequate.