A recent addition to Crowder College is giving students more independence.
Businesses in Fort Scott are helping parents and students prepare for the new school year.
Jasper County is making sure every vote counts for the August 5th election.
This weekend, cooks will be battling it out for the best chili in the State of Missouri.
After the May 2011 tornado, thousands of volunteers came to Joplin to help rebuild. However, three years later the numbers have dwindled and more volunteers are needed.
Crawford County kicks off its 98th annual fair this week.
Wilma Massey received a Missouri Outstanding Older Worker Award from the Missouri Division of Senior and Disability Services.
Local YMCA's are offering a program that benefits working parents.
The body has been identified as Michael Scott Algiere, 26, of Springfield.
Construction is ahead of schedule on the Pittsburg State University campus.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin pays a visit to the Grove Chamber of Commerce annual banquet this evening.
Joplin leaders want your input about the future of the city.
Michael Stubblefield will go to prison for conspiring to rob or burglarize a convenience store.
Crews continue to work on an expansion project at Webb City Junior High.
Webb City's historic downtown district is listed in National Register of Historic Places.
A new bill involving sexual assault is enforcing harsher penalties for colleges that fail to report the crime.
Also at Missouri Southern, a half million dollar art collection has recently been found hidden in the basement of the art department.
An area university is recognizing all the donors that have helped over the years.
The Joplin Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network is working towards a goal to educate the community on recycling.
This will be the 7th and final safe room for the Webb City School District.