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Carthage Man Arrested For Shooting BBs At Windows
Carthage Police say a man shot BBs through windows at several buildings this week. 21-year-old William Bell allegedly shot BB...
O'Dell Named Spiva Director
A new director has been named at the Spiva Center for the Arts. Dr. Jacqueline O'Dell will now guide the next chapter of ...
Suspect In Posting Online Threats Is Charged
A white college student has been charged with posting online threats to shoot black students and faculty at the University of...
1717 Marketplace Developer Sentenced
The developer of 1717 Marketplace in Joplin has been sentenced to six and a half years in prison without parole for fraud. 59...
2 Vehicles Stolen From Neosho Dealership
Someone got a steal at a Neosho car dealership early Monday (10/12). A silver 2015 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck and a whi...
Crowder College To Compete in Solar Decathalon Home Contest
Students from Crowder College and Drury University are nearly finished with an 18-month-long project to design and build a cu...
There's a model for energy efficiency in Joplin..and you probably wouldn't recognize it. After the May 2011 tornado d...
Northpark Mall to be Open Thanksgiving
Manybusinesses will be closed for Thanksgiving this year, but Joplin's Northpark Mall won't be one of them. Managemen...
FCC Commissioner Speaks Out on Net Neutrality
Net Neutrality... it's a hot-button issue, where some say it's necessary to prevent internet service providers from m...
MO House Speaker Diehl Apologizes
Missouri House Speaker John Diehl is apologizing for his ``poor judgment'' after a newspaper reported that he had exc...
MoDOT Dedicates Range Line/I44 Interchange
MoDOT dedicated the new diverging diamond interchange at Range Line and I-44 in Joplin today. MoDOT Director David Nichols te...
PSU Company Day
Pittsburg State University's Kansas Technology Center is getting ready to host its annual Company Day Wednesday. Almost 2...
$800 is Hiding in Joplin!
How would you like to have an extra $100inyour pocket every week? All you have to do is "like" the Alliance of ...
Webb City Turning to Social Media to Alert Residents of Storm Shelter Openings
Webb City Officials are now alerting residents via social media when the public storm shelters are open. Police Chief Carl Fr...
Mercy Upgrades Mammogram Machines With 3D Technology
Along with a brand new hospital comes the latest and greatest in break through technology; that's why Mercy Joplin is pro...
OK Senate Passes Texting & Driving Ban
Oklahoma drivers could be pulled over and ticketed for texting while driving under a bill passed overwhelmingly in the state ...
Interested in graphics, gadgets, games and old-school comics books? You'll want to check out Pittsburg State University...
Long Comments on Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission moved forward yesterday on new regulations for the Internet that watchdog groups say co...
Freeman NICU Adds "Angel Eye" Service
Freeman Health System's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, or NICU, has some new technology to help parents bond with a child ...
Caramel Apple Recall
A Missouri company is recalling caramel apples. The makers of Happy Apples are recalling caramel apples with a "best use...
Sarah Palin In Joplin
Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin was in Joplin Thursday..and not to talk politics. Palin was the gue...
Court Rules Empire Must Offer Solar Energy Rebates
As solar energy use is on the rise in Missouri, Empire District Electric doesn't seem to like the idea. In 2008, the supr...
New Range Line Speed Limit Takes Effect
The speed limit on Range Line Road in Joplin is 5 miles per hour slower today than it was yesterday. MoDOT has lowered the sp...
PSU Building Gets Solar Panels
One of the new buildings on the Pittsburg State campus will be using solar power. Through a grant from Westar Energy, the new...
Joplin Library Gets Technology Grant
The Joplin Public Library has received a $4400 technology grant from the Missouri State Library. Library Director Jacque ...
Chanute OKs Ultra Fast Internet
The Chanute City Commission has voted to expand the city's ultra-high-speed broadband service to every home and business,...
OK Senate Passes Texting-Driving Ban
Legislation that makes it illegal to text while driving in Oklahoma has been approved by the state Senate.Senate members vote...
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