Four Neosho girls will travel to New Jersey this summer as members of Team Missouri at the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games.
The European Union is ready to give Ukraine 11 billion euros ($15 billion) in loans and grants over the coming years to help stabilize its economy, the head of the bloc’s executive arm said Wednesday.
Missouri’s official state manual is returning to print after several years as an online-only publication.
Pope Francis is coming under increasing criticism that he doesn’t get it on sex abuse.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton likened Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions on the Crimean peninsula of Ukraine to those of Adolf Hitler in the 1930s.
Teachers and students at Carthage High School are working around the limited internet access and other technology woes left over from Sunday’s deluge inside the school.
For the second year, locals are about to get their groove on for a Carthage child.
The tornado sirens will sound for three minutes on Thursday and schools will run through the drill to remind everyone what to do in case of severe weather.
Ruth Kolpin Rubison has had a soft spot in her heart for children all her life, especially children with disabilities.
A nine-member committee studying proposals for the possible renewal of a sales tax for capital projects will rank a list of needs for street and road projects as part of its work. The Capital Improvements Sales Tax Renewal Committee held its second meeting on Tuesday to talk about the steps for its work and discuss potential projects that could be done if the tax were renewed.