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Lots Of MO Lottery Tickets Sold in 2011
The Missouri Lottery says it sold nearly $1.1 billion worth of tickets during the past year.Lottery officials say the rec...
Free Physicals Available
Freeman Rehabilitation and Sports Center is offering something for area athletes."Free athletic physicals next Monday an...
USTA Mens Futures Tour Coming To Joplin
There's going to be a pro tennis event in Joplin starting Friday. Freeman Health Systems is sponsoring the US Tennis Asso...
Mother Road Marathon Sunday
Joplin's Mother Road Marathon is less than a week away. The third annual race includes a marathon, half marathon and 5-K....
McLemore Leaves KU After One Year
Kansas guard Ben McLemore is entering the NBA draft after arguably the most successful freshman season in school history.The ...
Cal Ripken Jr. In Joplin Today
A Baseball Hall of Fame member who set the record for consecutive games played is in Joplin today tohelp with tornado recover...
NEO Receives $100,000 Gift
Crossland Construction company has given $100,000 to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College for construction of a Multipurpose...
KS Speedway Security For This Weekend's Races
Kansas Speedway is increasing the police presence for this weekend's NASCAR race after two explosions at the Boston Marat...
Carpenter Career May Be Over
Chris Carpenter is unlikely to pitch for the St. Louis Cardinals this season and his career may be over because of a nerve in...
Pro Baseball Comes To Joplin May 12
For the first time in 59 years, Joplin will host a professional baseball game. The American Association's Kansas City T-B...
Free Sports Camp at Calvary Baptist Church
Summer's almost here, and at Calvary Baptist Church in Joplin, that means it's time for Sports Camp and VBS. The chur...
Burglary At Coach Stoops' Home
Police in Norman are investigating a burglary at the home of Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops.Norman police Lt. Eric Lehenb...
Hunt Likes What He Sees From Chiefs
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt made a rare appearance at mandatory minicamp Tuesday and walked away pleased with the progress the...
Lawsuit Over Seneca Hazing
The parents of a Seneca High School student are suing the school district over hazing at a football camp. Paul and Kristi Smi...
Cardinal Caravan In Joplin Saturday
St. Louis Cardinal fans can't wait forSaturday. That's when the annual Cardinal Caravan makes its way to Joplin. Form...
Carl Junction Wins World Championship
The phrases "Carl Junction" and "world champion" aren't often used in the same sentence. But seven Ca...
Miracle League Sign-Up
It won't be long before kids with disabilities will be playing baseball at Will Norton Miracle Field at the Joplin Athlet...
2 OU Footballers Arrested For Marijuana
Authorities say two University of Oklahoma football players have been arrested on possession of marijuana complaints.Clevelan...
Cardinals All-Star Switch
Matt Holliday is replacing St. Louis Cardinals teammate Yadier Molina on the National League All-Star team.Molina was placed ...
MSSU Women's Basketball Coach Promoting Women's "Breakfast of Champions"
There's a special event in Joplin Thursday. MSSU Head Women's Basketball Coach Maryann Mitts tells News Talk KZRG abo...
Cheer Pitt Wins World Championship
A Pittsburg cheerleading group is the best in the world. That's according to Quentin Holmes of Cheer Pitt, who tells News...
Mizzou Non-Conference Mens Basketball Schedule Released
Mizzou Athletics utilized today’s Tiger Scholarship Fund outing in Kansas City to unveil its 2013-14 Men’s Basket...
Nixon Defends $10,000 Campaign Donation
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon found himself on the defensive late last week after it came out that his campaign received a $...
Former MSSU Star Rod Smith In Broncos Ring of Fame
The Denver Broncos honored former Missouri Southern star Rod Smith in a halftime ceremony Sunday, inducting the undrafted wid...
Longtime Royals Voice Fred White Dies
Longtime Kansas City Royals broadcaster Fred White died Wednesday of complications from cancer. He was 76.The Royals were inf...
Joplin Miracle League Holds First Games
They'd been told all their lives they couldn't play, but last night, 47 people from the ages of 5 to 20 did just that...
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