One of the main things discussed was the importance of libraries providing internet as a resource for residents.
The Pittsburg Police Department is moving forward with its crime analysis project.
Crowder College students are playing their cards right at a fashion show.
An area comedian says that you're never too old to laugh.
Former Senator Bob Dole was in Fort Scott today, talking to Southeast Kansas residents.
The zombie apocalypse is coming to a local university campus.
Students walked through Pittsburg neighborhoods picking up litter off the streets and sidewalks.
High school students in Nevada are using the "Despicable Me" movie to say no to drugs.
Fort Scott native, Adam LaRoche, was joined today by U.S. Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins and Fort Scott city officials for a tour of the future state of the art baseball complex in the city, which some believe will bring an economic boost to the area.
Missouri state officials say they'll be putting more time and effort into increasing diversity in state contracts.
One in six people will have a stroke, it's also the second leading cause of death in the world.
This evening children were able to have a head start on trick or treating in Pittsburg.
Students at an area college are recognized for their debate skills.
An area animal shelter is honoring our veterans by helping their pets.
The budget year will start in just a few days for the City of Joplin, but some of the changes workers had been hoping for will have to wait another year.
With Halloween just days away, Missouri Southern is reminding students to take care of their teeth.
Pittsburg State University hosts the Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Convention.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says Halloween is a statistically dangerous night for impaired driving.
The Acetaminophen Awareness Coalition is kicking off its annual "Double Check, Don't Double Up" campaign.
Crews tear down the final house as part of the Joe Becker Stadium project.