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EaglePicher Technologies broke ground on a 6,000 square foot expansion at their Crossroads Industrial Park facility in Joplin...
U.S. attorneys have filed a lawsuit against the Missouri National Guard alleging it shortchanges civilian employees when they...
A new report says Missouri's unemployment rate edged higher last month while the state gained 6,200 payroll jobs.The stat...
The Joplin City Council approved a recommendation to move forward with the hiring of a PGA Pro to manage the city's golf ...
A one million dollar gift from the Bicknell Foundation will be used to set up a technical education center in Pittsburg. Teac...
Build it! That's the reaction from Four States lawmakers to today's report on the Keystone XL pipeline showing no maj...
2014 is expected to be one of the biggest tourism years in Pittsburg's history; host to the Baja 3000, the U.S. Open Spor...
Kansas officials say the state will join several others in letting a federal waiver that allows an estimated 20,000 Kansans t...
Another attempt to pass right to work legislation has begun in the Missouri Legislature. Last week, two right to work measure...
The phrase, "Joplin is going to be back; bigger and better then ever." has been a theme heard throughout the city f...
With the Joplin School District reporting a loss of property tax revenue ever since a Tax Increment Financing District, or TI...
City Attorney Brian Head is leaving for a better opportunity in Lee's Summit, Missouri, which is about twice the size of ...
The budget bill that passed Congress includes cuts for military pensions, including those of disabled veterans. Missouri Sena...
Missouri's military service personnel will be getting something that other federal employees won't be getting: a pay ...
A new Missouri House committee will look into allegations of a hostile work environment in the Agriculture Department.House S...
A state audit says more than $7 million in funds meant for Missouri highways was improperly spent by the state transporta...
Crowder College is hosting a career fair today for those interested in a career in the medical field.16 employers in the heal...
Missouri representatives are closer to limiting the length of jobless benefits to as few as 13 weeks, based on the overall ra...
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon welcomed a new business to Joplin today. Cook Portable Warehouses gave the Governor and local lea...
The Joplin City Council will have a special meeting Monday night (1/12). The Council will hear updates on the Hope Valley Com...
The Missouri House is a step closer to debating a bill forbidding employers from requiring workers to pay dues to a union.The...
Tuesday the federal Affordable Care Act's health insurance exchange goes live. Dr. Ed Conrad of Joplin tells News Talk KZ...
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has vetoed a measure that would cut the weeks of unemployment benefits available to workers who l...
Bright Futures of Webb City is asking for your help. Junior high student, Brittany Phelps was recently diagnosed with a rare ...
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has imposed a moratorium on hiring and raises for state workers.Fallin issued an executive orde...
The husband of a woman who was beheaded last year at an Oklahoma food-processing plant has been awarded $100,000 in death...
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster today announced that Urban Metropolitan Development, LLC (UMD) of Atlanta has pleaded ...
Pittsburg Unified School District 250 and its teachers union have agreed on a one year contract. The agreement was ratified a...
The Missouri Senate committee held a public hearing today to discuss three different tax-cutting bills. Two were proposed by ...
More people are working in Pittsburg. Blake Benson, Pittsburg's economic development director and head of the Pittsburg C...
Looking for a job? Sears is hiring. District recruiter Quinton Nelson tells News Talk KZRG he's looking to fill over 50 p...
The Missouri Senate will now have a chance to consider stopping unions in the state from collecting fees from non-members. Th...
The Duquesne City Council accepted Mayor Denny White's resignation at a special meeting Tuesday night. Then they had to d...
The largest teachers' union in Kansas is promising to file a state court lawsuit challenging the Legislature's decisi...
The City of Parsons has named their newest city manager. Debbie Lamb has worked for the city for more than 40 years and has b...
According to a report this week from Jefferson City, their school district will have to pay an extra $150,000 for health ...
Cities in Oklahoma are prohibited from establishing mandatory minimum wage or vacation and sick-day requirements under a bill...
A Neosho man is going to prison for embezzling more than $4.9 million from his employer and spending the money on gamblin...
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has rescinded a former governor's order barring discrimination against gays and lesbians in...
An employee of Empire District Electric Co. alleges in a lawsuit that the utility exposed its employees to asbestos and other...
Farmers Insurance will continue to send volunteers and resources to Rebuild Joplin in 2014. Farmers sent more than 200 employ...
It won't be long until the Joplin City Council learns the results of a state audit."We've scheduled a meeting fo...
It was a day for celebration at Freeman Neosho. They celebrated not only the opening of a new expansion, but also Employer of...
Oklahoma's unemployment rate has fallen to a five-year low, dropping below 5 percent for the first time since 2008.The Ok...
Joplin School Superintendent Dr. CJ Huff is applying to be Missouri's next state commissioner of education. Huff tells Ne...
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has vetoed legislation that would have shortened the duration of unemployment benefits.The bill r...
A new report shows Missouri's unemployment rate dipped slightly last month while the state lost 3,100 nonfarm jobs.The st...
Missouri Senate Republicans have used a rare procedural motion to shut down debate and pass a ``right-to-work'' measu...
A former payroll clerk for Bourbon County will be sentenced in November for stealing nearly $24,000 in public funds.29-ye...
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has signed a bill authorizing $1 billion in bonds to bolster Kansas' pension system for...
The Kansas House has narrowly approved a bill authorizing $1 billion in bonds to bolster the short-term financial health ...
One of the finalists for the Joplin City Manager job would bring a military background. Stephen Rasmussen was base commander ...
There will be four statewide issues on the Missouri Ballot next month for voters to decide on: Amendment 2, which would rende...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.—House Republican leaders wasted no time pursuing their agenda Monday, using the first legislative h...
One popular talking point about Obamacare has been the assertion that members of Congress and their staffs are exempt from th...
(PSU Press Release)Pittsburg State University officials this morning (6/5/15) moved forward with a plan to enforce state mand...
This evening (6/6/15), Pittsburg State University sent the following email to all employees, notifying them that the Kansas g...
At least 24,200 workers at Kansas state government agencies and state universities have received notices that they'll be ...
Pittsburg State University has made plans to furlough 530 employees on Monday (6/8) if the Kansas Legislature can't agree...
A Joplin woman is among 13 defendants in a federal indictment handed down for false tax claims. According to US Attorney Tamm...