With all surveys of damage complete, the National Weather Service station in Springfield has confirmed that 28 tornadoes touched down across Southwest Missouri and the Missouri Ozarks during a storm system on April 30.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — A team of Pittsburg State University engineering technology students has developed a pedicab that can transport people with disabilities and those who use wheelchairs.
The former chief of police of Miller misused more than $27,000 in taxpayer money by issuing wrongful payroll and using public money for personal purchases, according to a report released by state Auditor Nicole Galloway.
More input is to be taken Thursday on the future of public transportation offered by Joplin’s Sunshine Lamp Trolley and MAPS bus service.
A ceremony is to be held Thursday by the Joplin Historic Preservation Commission, one of several events marking the local observance of May as National Historic Preservation Month.
NEOSHO, Mo. — The Neosho City Council on Tuesday killed a proposal that would have repealed an ordinance that allows the city to suspend liquor licenses if a business fails a certain number of alcohol compliance checks.
Online classified ads continue to be a popular way to buy and sell items of all kinds, from baby clothing to cars. Still, some deals on sites such as Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace are too good to be true, opening…
The day’s activities are designed to introduce guests to the area’s rural culture and life in the early part of the 20th century. There will be historic craft demonstrations, including work from blacksmiths, potters, sawyers, cooks, launderers, spinners, sewers, quilters…
Missouri’s Democratic auditor on Tuesday asked the state attorney general to weigh in on whether Republican Gov. Mike Parson broke the law by redacting information from requested public records.
Winners of the 2019 Joplin Preservation Awards will be recognized at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the lobby of Joplin City Hall, 602 S. Main St.