Today, Americans are celebrating the 227th birthday of the signing of the Constitution.
Several hundred students with disabilities get the chance to learn about their options to live independently.
Some everyday heroes were recognized by area elementary school students.
The Joplin High School Class of 1959 is having its reunion and they're starting the celebration on the golf course.
There are several unique vehicles that will be flying in the Four States.
More than one thousand roses were given away from a Joplin florist.
A Joplin artist is combining two of his passions.
Learning English as a second language is difficult, but it can be done with some determination.
If you're a fan of BBQ, you will need to check out a championship this weekend.
An area artist is turning her trash into treasures.
It's been a day that students have been looking forward to for more than three years, and it's finally here.
Some of us didn't have the day off to spend in front of the grill, but had to work.
Little Balkans Days is featuring seniors with talents.
While most of us hope to retire in our 60's, one man has kept working for another 40 years.
A group from the Netherlands hand delivers a special piece of art to a Galena business.
A few hundred students at an area university got a wardrobe change today.
An area pastor is on a mission for his health and his church.
A Joplin woman may have found the fountain of youth and it involves Cardinal baseball.
A Carl Junction woman is on the hunt for antiques to help do her job.
Several hundred Precious Moments collectors are visiting Carthage for an annual event.
A Joplin photographer has taken pictures of some famous rock stars over the years and they're now on display.
If you need a reason to cheat on your diet, we have one for Thursday!
Dozens of Carthage students will have the proper tools to go back to school this fall.
A Columbus mother is turning a negative into a small business.
This year marks the diamond anniversary of a well loved movie that was filmed in our area.
There's a new club in Joplin that is outgrowing its current facility.
More than a dozen students from the Fort Scott area had a chance to go on a history field trip during their summer vacation.
This weekend, cooks will be battling it out for the best chili in the State of Missouri.
Also at Missouri Southern, a half million dollar art collection has recently been found hidden in the basement of the art department.
Dozens of tourists from Norway visit Galena as they work their way down the Mother Road.
A 30 ton historic postal train car is on the move for the first time in decades and it's turning some heads.
There's been a British invasion in Carthage.
Dozens of puppies and kittens who have lost their mothers are needing your help.
It's not on many calendars, but today is National Batman Day.
A rock camp is being held this week at the Ernie Williamson Music Store in Joplin.
You've heard of Johnny Cash, the Man in Black, but Webb City now has its own man in black.
Several Carl Junction students are helping foster kids transition into a home.
Two Joplin brothers are quite thrilled after hearing they've won a Michael Jackson competition.
Several thousand fish in Neosho are getting a bath.
Several Miami students had a chance to show off their creativity at an art camp.
Many parents often leave their child with a babysitter, but how prepared is the sitter if an accident should happen?
Mowing the lawn just got a bit easier in Miami thanks to a remote control lawn mower.
It's one of the busiest travel days of the year with more than 41 million Americans expected to hit the road.
A collection of a patriotic hero is on display just in time for the 4th of July.
A new ice cream shop in Joplin is taking people back to the 1900's.
A ceremony was held this morning to mark a hundred year anniversary of one of the largest fires in Pittsburg history.
Belly dancers have invaded the Carthage square.
Joplin teachers are learning how to better use technology in the classroom.
A mysterious donor sends an envelope full of cash to an area shelter.
An area farmer is enjoying the extra rain we've seen lately on her blueberry crops.