A shooting Sunday night at a residence in north Joplin left one man dead and another wounded.
A second pitch to consolidate Joplin’s middle school sports teams was met with a cool reception on Monday night, as parents questioned whether a more competitive athletics program justifies reduced participation.
MIAMI, Okla. — The president of Miami University was on hand this weekend for a Miami tribe stomp dance, signaling the continuation of ties that have advanced the tribe’s efforts to revitalize its language.
Alexander Sewell pleaded guilty Monday to voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death two years ago of his roommate, James Swatsenberg, and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Students must complete their Federal Application for Student Financial Aid, commonly known as the FAFSA, by Wednesday to be guaranteed an award through the Access Missouri Grant Program if they meet all eligibility requirements.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A Nevada woman pleaded guilty Monday in federal court in Springfield to her role in a conspiracy to exchange food stamps for methamphetamine or cash.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Volunteering has always been important to me.
Freeman physician to start
Tribal representatives and environmentalists are promising an encampment similar to the ongoing protest against the Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota to oppose the Diamond Pipeline planned from Oklahoma to Tennessee.
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Nevada, Mo., woman pleaded guilty in federal court today to her role in a conspiracy to exchange “food stamps” for methamphetamine or cash. Julie M. Drake, 48, of Nevada, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge M. Douglas Harpool to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of possessing methamphetamine with the intent to distribute. By pleading guilty t…