The City of Monett is illuminated with the bright colors of the holiday season.
The National Council on Teacher Quality claims getting an "A" is easier for student teachers compared to other co-eds.
The northeast corner of the downtown square in Lamar is getting a new look.
A man pleads guilty to the 2013 death of a Granby woman.
The Crawford County Treasurer's Office is making residents aware of some changes to property tax statements.
The day before Thanksgiving is considered one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Besides keeping your cash hidden and your purse close to your body, the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office is also encouraging residents to protect themselves from cyber crimes.
Joplin Area Habitat for Humanity celebrates its 88th completed house since the 2011 tornado.
A girl from Parsons is raising money to help her with a major opportunity.
The City of Jay has found a successful way to improve economic growth.
Many of us will be putting up our Christmas tree this weekend, but some Carthage men got a head start.
An Oklahoma college student is recognized for her Native American heritage.
Calorie counts can almost be seen in most places Americans eat out, and now you can expect to see them posted on vending machines.
Starting next week, dogs can have their pictures taken with Santa.
Anyone with a Parsons library card will soon need a new one.
The cold air this season may have helped with your allergies, but there's something else you should be looking out for.
A Grand Lake attorney has been charged in Missouri with stealing money from a handicapped man's guardianship trust account.
As the Joplin School District makes a final push to wrap up safe room construction, the city's mining past is slowing down progress on one site.
Serving a few hundred people for Thanksgiving takes several weeks to prepare.
Several Bright Futures communities are receiving donations from a local charity.