As Liberty Utilities-Empire District awaits a final order from the Public Service Commission on its proposed wind-energy generation plan, the Office of Public Counsel remains opposed to the proposal, according to testimony and briefs filed with the PSC.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Waterlogged parts of the central U.S. braced Wednesday for more rain, following days of severe storms that have battered Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma and caused at least three deaths.
Stories of veterans needing assistance often inspire Americans to make donations to charities that promise to help needy veterans. Donors should look beyond the poignant stories before making a donation around Memorial Day when supporting veterans’ causes.
The National Weather Service station in Springfield has issued a tornado watch for large areas of the Ozarks until 11 p.m. Wednesday.
On May 22, 2011, Kay Johnson and her husband took shelter in a hall closet in their home as an EF5 tornado struck Joplin, killing 161 people and damaging thousands of residences and businesses.
Four people were rescued overnight Monday in Joplin after driving into flooded areas.
Joplin’s new chamber director wants to restructure an economic development contract between the chamber and the city for some new purposes.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Mike Franks gave high marks to the Missouri Legislature for its recently concluded session.
A city meeting is planned to allow property owners along 32nd Street to see the final right of way plans for a project to widen the street from Schifferdecker Avenue to Central City Road.
DIAMOND, Mo. — Investigators are still in the process of determining if the shooting of a Carthage man Saturday morning at a residence near Diamond was justified.