Enrollment Up at Other Missouri Universities as Mizzou DropsThe incoming freshman class for this academic year at the University of Missouri shrank by almost one-quarter.
Missouri Man Charged with Shooting at Vehicles, Wounding 6Tom S. Mourning II, 26, of Joplin, was charged Saturday in Jasper and Newton counties with multiple counts of armed criminal action, first-degree felony assault and unlawful use of a weapon.
Joplin Shooting Victims Were on Way to St. LouisPolice say Comfort Dogs church van hit by random gunfire, several victims hospitalized
Sheriff: Naked Couple Arrested on Stolen Lawn MowerJasper County sheriff's Det. Tim Williams said a 55-year-old man and a 40-year-old woman admitted that they rode the lawn mower home naked after their clothing was stolen while they skinny dipped in a creek northwest of Joplin.
SC Gov Haley Campaigns for Missouri Woman in 4-Way PrimaryIn last month's GOP primaries in South Carolina, only two of the seven candidates she endorsed won.
Missouri Man Accused of Murder, Dumping Body in Mine ShaftThe body was stuffed into the trunk of a Volkswagen Beetle and driven to a property outside of Joplin.
Joplin Recovery Effort Distributes Last of FundingMoney from the fund has gone toward a new medical school and for home rebuilding and repair.
Tornado-Related Housing Fund in Joplin Winding DownThe program received $12.75 million of the city's $158 million in the federal Community Development Block Grant disaster recovery funding when it started in August 2013.
Joplin Habitat for Humanity to Mark 100th Home Since TornadoJoplin Area Habitat for Humanity is preparing to dedicate the 100th house it has built since the May 2011 tornado that killed 161 people and destroyed thousands of buildings.
Audit Finds Joplin Tornado Relief $$ MismanagedMunicipal government gets poor rating from state auditor
VIDEO: Family Shares Chilling Footage Of Home After Joplin TornadoFrom their new home built on the same foundation as the one destroyed by the Joplin tornado, the Maher family shares their story about the storm that hit four years ago today.
Intern in Sexting Scandal Breaks SilenceKatie Graham, of Joplin, Mo., and a student at Missouri Southern State University, sent out a statement late Thursday evening.

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