The USDA is working to provide job training for Kansans receiving food assistance.
If you haven't already filed taxes, April 15th is coming up soon and these tips could help you.
Project is one of three casino proposals for Southeast Kansas
Former brides help local soon to be brides with cost effective wedding decorations.
People across Missouri are being encouraged to do spring cleaning outdoors to help fight littering.
Scammers say you won money and a vehicle and you have to pay fees on taxes.
Bill would allow gun owners to carry concealed guns without a permit in the state.
The Oklahoma State Highway Patrol is investigating the death of a man that was hit by a train in Fairland.
36 teams battled against each other with robots they designed and created
People in Pittsburg participated in a Move and Shake Zumbathon to raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is inviting residents to attend a public meeting this week that discusses improvements on Route 60.
Event Director says this was this year was the biggest in its 20 year history.
Workshops included robotics, video game making, and photography.
Since spring has begun, construction on facilities along Range Line in Joplin are in full swing.
A hero can come in many forms, and many insist they're just doing their jobs. That statement is true for a couple Redings Mill Fire District members.
An elementary school was destroyed in the tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma this week. Some Joplin educators have teamed up to help.
It's been 65 million years in the making. Dinosaurs have returned to the Four States!
One local college celebrates its 96th birthday Friday.
The Wesley House in Pittsburg hosts its first Empty Bowls fundraiser.
Joplin's Columbia Elementary School held a career fair Friday to help its young students get an idea on what they want to be when they grow up.