On the last day of school in May, Mindy St. Clair arranged for a surprise field trip for her early childhood staff.
After nine and half hours of deliberation, a Jasper County jury decided in favor of a physician Friday in a wrongful-death lawsuit filed on behalf of the husband of a Joplin woman who died in 2015.
In a phrase so short it could’ve been tweeted with characters to spare, a participant in United Way’s Circles Joplin program summed up the reason 14 people spent four days on bicycles in mid-June.
A federal judge sentenced two men to prison terms on Friday for their failed attempt to rob a Joplin bank eight months ago.
Southwest Missouri Democrats and other groups are mobilizing against the U.S. Senate version of a law to repeal and replace Obamacare. They have more time to do so after plans for a Senate vote were scuttled this week in the…
Drivers in Kansas who do not buckle up will pay triple the price for a seat belt violation starting Saturday.
Kansas has agreed to pay $133,000 to woman who filed a federal lawsuit after being attacked by a patient while working at a state mental hospital.
A request for detailed information about every voter in the U.S. from President Donald Trump’s voting commission is getting a rocky reception in the states.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has signed legislation to make it tougher to prove workplace and housing discrimination in court.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is cutting more than $250 million in spending for the fiscal year that begins Saturday, including money for K-12 school buses, higher education and social services.