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Police seeking help in locating missing Joplin woman
Police Capt. Trevor Duncan said detectives have conducted numerous interviews and followed up on several leads as to her whereabouts since then, including information pointing to locations in Jasper County, Newton County, Oklahoma and Kansas, without finding the missing woman.
Mother reluctantly testifies how son beat her with bat
"He didn't know who I was, and I didn't know who he was because he sure wasn't my son," Cathy Jenkins testified Thursday at the preliminary hearing of her 37-year-old son, William Jenkins, in Jasper County Circuit Court. William Jenkins is facing a charge of second-degree domestic assault.
Wally Kennedy: New coffee shop planned for Joplin Greenhouse and Garden Center
The organic food market at Joplin Greenhouse and Garden Center, which occupies part of the Food 4 Less property west of 32nd Street and Range Line Road, was doing a pretty good business and then the bottom fell out.
Joplin hosts four team jamboree
JOPLIN, Mo. - The Joplin Eagles, Lamar Tigers, Webb City Cardinals, and Seneca Indians all got a chance to shake off the offseason rust at Junge Field in a jamboree.
Baxter Springs PD needs help locating a vehicle
If you see the vehicle in your area, you're being asked to contact the Baxter Springs Police Department. They're also asking you provide as much information as possible, like tag number and direction of travel. It's believed that at least one of the suspects is involved in other thefts in the area.
Police probing apparent assault of woman at apartment complex
Candy L. Miller, 53, went to a neighbor's apartment at 3510 E. Newman Road seeking help Wednesday morning for injuries from an apparent assault. She was taken to Freeman Hospital West with both her eyes swollen shut and extensive bruising to her body, according to police.
Joplin Tree Limb & Brush Drop-Off Site Open - August 18
The City's Tree Limb and Brush Drop-off Site will be open Saturday, August 18 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. This program is open the third Saturday of the month March through October 2018, unless there is a weather event that warrants another date being set. The drop-off site is located at 1702 North Schiff
Joplin Schools kick off new year
The Juergens pair, both beginning their second year at North, said the literal family connections among their fellow teachers come across in the school's atmosphere, but it starts with the superintendent.
Storm Tracker Forecast for 8/17/18: Evening Update
Joplin, MO - Dry weather continues tonight but some patchy fog is possible. Saturday looks nice with sunshine and highs near 90 but another system is already lined up for Sunday. A few strong storms are possible Sunday afternoon. Large hail and gusty winds will be the main risk.
Joplin's football district has five St. Louis teams
One giant advantage to Joplin joining the Central Ozark Conference this school year is the Eagles' teams no longer have to make those long Ozark Conference trips to West Plains, Rolla, Waynesville, Camdenton and Lebanon.
Blue Moon Boutique is carrying the Joplin Nostalgic t-shirts (080918)
Business ShowcaseBank of Little Rock Mortgage-They give personal service & have a loan that is right for youBlue Moon Boutique is carrying the Joplin Nostalgic t-shirtsJames Johnson Construction - They can do roofing, siding, guttering, remodelingVillage Square Boutique - Highlighting some of the lo
Carthage offense rolls at jamboree
Morgan's new role as the Tigers' featured wideout doesn't come as a surprise after being the second-most targeted receiver on the team a season ago. But despite Morgan's efforts to lead CHS in yards-per-catch (19.5) on 21 receptions as a junior, the majority of the of the notoriety throughout the ye
Webb City man to stand trial in assault of Carthage police
Winston E. Newcomer, 27, waived the hearing in Jasper County Circuit Court on special-victim counts of first-degree assault and third-degree assault. Associate Court Judge Joe Hensley set Sept. 10 for Newcomer's initial appearance in a trial division of the court.
Boyfriend pleads guilty to domestic assault charge
Glenn D. Briggs III, 24, pleaded guilty in Jasper County Circuit Court to second-degree domestic assault in a plea agreement capping the sentence he might receive at no more than three years and dismissing a separate felony count of resisting arrest the he picked up last month.
Three returning state qualifiers will lead Joplin swim team
“Everyone from last year’s roster besides the two seniors (Alec Davis, Tanner Movick) are back this year,” Stauffer said, adding there are 13 athletes on the roster. “It’s great to have that many guys back because they know what to expect. And we also have a number of newcomers.”
Joplin Woman Sentenced for Shipping Meth via UPS
On May 6, 2017, law enforcement officers tracked the suspicious package from its origin in Arizona and upon its arrival at the Joplin UPS conducted a search to confirm the package contained methamphetamine.
Police arrest four after pursuit of stolen vehicle
Cpl. Paul Rowe, with the Joplin Police Department, said an officer tried to stop a sport utility vehicle about 7 p.m. near Seventh and Main streets when the officer realized that the vehicle had been reported stolen in Bentonville, Arkansas. The ensuing pursuit ended at the intersection of Oliver Av
Judge sentences Joplin man to 15 years for sexual abuse of girl
Harris had sexual contact with the girl on multiple occasions between Jan. 1, 2016, and Jan. 1, 2017, according to a probable-cause affidavit.
Man Dies After Three Car Crash in Joplin
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Joplin man dies of injuries from crash a week ago
David Marbough, of Joplin, initially was taken to Freeman Hospital West after the 2:38 p.m. crash and later transported to the hospital in Kansas City. He died there on Saturday, according to Joplin police.