Six goals for the city of Joplin to focus on were selected Monday by the City Council in a daylong workshop resulting from the city manager’s listening tour.
Area charities and nonprofits are especially ready this year for today, a global day of generosity called Giving Tuesday, when they hope to make a dent in financial losses resulting from the cancellation of fundraising events due to COVID-19.
A judge sentenced a 20-year-old Joplin father to seven years in prison Monday for injuries that he inflicted on his baby daughter, including a fractured skull and a brain bleed.
For Carthage’s Elizabeth Esch, age is just a number.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Lawyers on Tuesday argued to the Missouri Supreme Court over whether new restrictions on public unions can take effect, including bans on picketing and strikes.
Missouri’s health department reported another 3,718 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total since the pandemic began to 243,169.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Republican leaders in the Missouri Senate postponed work on coronavirus aid funding Monday after numerous senators and staffers tested positive for COVID-19.
More than 11 million cases of the coronavirus have now been reported in the United States, with the most recent million coming in less than a week.
Three former instructors in the Missouri Southern State University School of Nursing have filed individual whistleblower lawsuits against the university’s Board of Governors, alleging they were improperly fired because they reported problems in the program to the Missouri State Board…
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The North Pole has temporarily relocated to the Kansas Technology Center at Pittsburg State University.