Self 'a little surprised' by KU's top-five ranking
The loss of one-and-done sensations Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid to the NBA hasn?t caused a drop in expectations for Kansas University?s basketball team.
Police shootings spur workers' compensation awards
Ever since her bipolar, unarmed son was shot and killed during a struggle with Baltimore police, Marcella Holloman has felt a sense of soul-crushing loss. She breaks out into shakes and feels angry all the time. She sees other happy families ? and resents them.
Thousands of ballots left to count in Mendocino County
The Mendocino County Elections Office announced Thursday that it has thousands more ballots to process, including 13,072 mail-in ballots and 452 provisional ballots.
Robert Emerson ?Bob? Blackwood
Robert Emerson (Bob) Blackwood, 65, died Oct. 16, 2014, at Freeman West in Joplin following a lengthy illness. He was born Sept. 17, 1949, in Ft. Bragg, N.C.,, the son of Bob Tom and Betty Gene (Emerson) Blackwood. Bob worked as a comptroller in the U.S. Army and the City of El Paso, Texas.
CSU-Global Offers New Scholarships for Active Duty Military Students
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., Oct. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As a top ranked military university, Colorado State University-Global Campus ( CSUGlobal.edu ) is proud to announce a new scholarship opportunity ...
Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival 2014 preview
52 brewers, over 250 beers, on Oct. 24. by Scott Parton The Arkansas beer community has seen a lot of changes and plenty of growth since last year's Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival. More breweries have opened in Northwest Arkansas and others are getting ready to open. The Fayetteville Ale Trail has taken off as a popular activity for the region's beer lovers. Central Arkansas is playing catch ...