In November 2017, a stranger walked into a church in Sutherland, Texas with a rifle and other guns, killing 26 members and wounding 20 more. Ten years earlier, a similar horror visited Southwest Missouri.
Some of Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens’ appointees appear in danger of being banned for life from serving on a commission that gives out tax credits for low-income housing projects.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is drawing attention after a report that he told a gathering of pastors last month that sex trafficking is linked to the sexual revolution of the 1960s.
A $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan by President Donald Trump could place greater pressure on state and local governments to come up with more of their own money for big projects.
A Lee’s Summit man already jailed in his girlfriend’s death is facing charges after another jail inmate was killed.
Staff at Columbian Elementary School have been working behind the scenes on a program to address emotional, family and mental challenges that may be slowing their students down in the classroom.
The ACLU of Oklahoma wants a judge to review the case of a woman sentenced to 30 years in prison for failing to stop her boyfriend from abusing their children.
On June 30, 2017, Missouri American Water requested a general rate increase for water and sewer service. The request would produce $369 million in gross annual water and sewer revenues for the company and represents a 25.4% increase over current revenues. The rates as a result of the company’s last request for a general rate increase were effective July 20, 2016. The company recently stated that a Joplin residential customer’s average usage is 4,75…
Donna Lee Aronson, 61, passed away peacefully in the arms of her beloved family on January 27, 2018, at her home in Carthage, Missouri.
Carl R. Bridges, 94, believing in Jesus Christ as his Savior, was called home by his Heavenly Father on Sunday, January 28, 2018.