Dozens of models were in Carthage today, Model T's that is.
If you get good service at a restaurant, you have a waiter or waitress to thank. Today is the day where we celebrate them.
A Neosho teenager has been picked to become the face of Children's Network Hospitals.
Middle school students had a chance to see their hard work pay off for a good cause.
The Safest Driver in Missouri works for a company in Joplin.
Dozens of real estate agents rolled up their sleeves to help a good cause.
A Joplin artist shows off her skills with paper art.
Some Joplin Eagles got a chance to meet their mascot in person.
A new exhibit will make you appreciate you next flight in the air.
More than a hundred bikers make a stop in Joplin on their trek to help sick children.
Most people cook in their kitchens, but a new trend is moving it into the garage, at least when it comes to recipes for beer.
The senior prom was held on Wednesday, only these seniors are a bit older than 18.
There was a war going on in Joplin, a storage war that is.
This time of years, bees are on the move and swarming to find new homes, but what happens if they end up in your backyard? One solution, call Apple Road Farm in Carthage.
A Southeast Kansas man is running to help fight the battle against cancer.
The circus is in town and the kids are the stars.
An area hospital received a large donation to help battle cancer.
A few thousand high school sophomores had a chance to learn how to save lives.
Finals week is coming up at an area university and students are getting ready by reliving a little stress.
Several elementary students had a chance to learn about saving money, which many adults often have trouble doing.
Some Carthage artists are playing musical chairs.
A Webb City woman is celebrating National Jelly Bean Day.
Several hundred students had a chance to learn about the fun of science.
Some students homework could soon be on your dinner plate.
Several thousand visitors to Neosho were on the hunt for a good deal.
An area center is celebrating two decades of helping change lives.
In case you haven't looked at the calendar, Wednesday is tax day.
A 102-year-old Civil War mystery has finally been solved.
Some of Joplin's youngest residents were showing off their community pride.
A few hundred students were on the hunt for their first job out of college.
Robots with human faces have invaded a Joplin business.
A Parson's woman recently retired and is now back on the job two weeks later.
A Con-Way truck driver is being called a hero after helping save a girl from human trafficking.
An Oklahoma woman is showing off her bonnet from childhood and a few others cool hats.
Several Missouri Southern State University students were celebrating hump day in style.
A Jasper County man is showing off his large World War I collection.
The Fountain of Youth could be at the Joplin Family Y.
It's been 65 million years in the making. Dinosaurs have returned to the Four States!
A few thousand high school agriculture students from around the area visited Crowder College for the annual Aggie Days.
In case you missed it on the calendar, Wednesday was National Waffle Day!
A few hundred of the smartest kids in the area are showing off their science skills.
The City of Joplin turned one year older on Monday.
A few hundred kids are getting a sweet lesson this week.
Wednesday was the first day of one of the largest rummage sales in the area.
Several hundred people visited a popular Pittsburg Irish pub to celebrate this St. Patrick's Day.
Some of the best spellers in the area were showing off their chops at the annual Joplin Spelling Bee.
A longtime Empire Electric District employee is ending his career where it began.
Carl Junction students celebrated Missouri Day by learning about native snakes in the Show Me State.
There were several celebrity sightings in Nevada this afternoon.
Spring break is next week and PSU students will be showing their Gorilla pride around the world.