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The city of Joplin has hired CarrBaierCrandall Real Estate Group of Kansas City, Missouri to supervise the library project on 20th and Connecticut.
Crews are dealing with a water main break in Joplin right now. Christie Barnhart of Missouri American Water tells News Talk KZRG what happened near 15th and Ohio today .
The former treasurer of Heartland Crimestoppers has pleaded guilty to taking money from the group.
A 44-year-old man is in recovery after suffering two gunshot wounds early this morning.
Three Joplin residents were injured in a single-car accident at 3:30 p.m. Saturday on McClelland Boulevard, a quarter-mile south of Joplin in Newton County, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported.
Doc Edwards, of Joplin, will be celebrating his 80th birthday at a reception given by his family on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014, held at Park Plaza Christian Church, 3220 South Indiana, Joplin, from 3 to 5 p.m..
All residence halls and apartment buildings on campus received $2 million worth of renovations this summer, including new carpet, paint, counter tops and furniture.
A DNA testing lab that supporters say could draw both students and businesses to Joplin will be launched at Missouri Southern State University.
Nearly 1,000 motorcycles will be rolling into town tomorrow for the Second Annual Hot Bike Tour.
There may be no graphical symbol more reviled today than the swastika. In 1921 Hitler adopted the hakenkreuz, or hooked cross, as the logo for the Nazi party and later as the official German flag.
A visit to the Dairy Queen Thursday can help kids in the Four States. Thursday is Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day.
A Joplin woman has pleaded guilty to identity theft and fraudulently receiving benefits after the May 2011 tornado.
Jane Cage, who became Joplin, Missouri's community disaster recovery leader after the colossal disaster of the May 22, 2011 tornado there, told county and state officials on Thursday that there was an opportunity within that disaster, and lessons that Faulkner County could learn from Joplin.
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