This will be the last academic year at Missouri Southern State University for President Alan Marble, who plans to retire on June 30, 2020.
NEOSHO, Mo. — As city officials continue working on the budget for the next fiscal year, which starts in October, concern is growing that revenues may not be enough.
BAXTER SPRINGS, Kan. — Cody Pierce, of Pittsburg, was born with a heart defect that kept him from playing sports while growing up, but Special Olympics Kansas has given him the chance to live an active life.
The Joplin Police Department on Friday released the names of the two officers involved in a confrontation Tuesday night that ended in the fatal shooting of a combative but unarmed man.
The Joplin School District started up classes on Thursday as thousands of teachers, parents and students headed back for another year of learning.
An Oklahoma man waived a preliminary hearing Thursday on a charge that he participated in the armed robbery of a woman in January 2017 in the parking lot of the Walmart store at 1501 S. Range Line Road in Joplin.
A large crowd gathered Thursday afternoon at The Forge Center for Virtue and Work in Joplin to celebrate the completion of 10 additional dorm rooms with a ribbon-cutting.
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — The Carl Junction Power of Play project has a chance to win a $25,000 State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant for the second consecutive year, but it needs help from the public.
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Critics of a new Missouri law that bans abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy say they won’t make a push to gather the signatures needed to block it pending a public vote, meaning it’s on…