The Crowder College Board of Trustees, faculty, staff and students were on hand to find out the results of a 2 week vote to determine the name of the college's roughrider.
The City of Duquesne makes some leadership changes following the mayor's resignation.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster cracks down on a contractor accused of scamming Joplin tornado victims.
Members with a state agency get a better idea of what Joplin needs when it comes to the arts.
A 12 foot by 40 foot mural was installed today in the City of Girard.
A department at Pittsburg State University is making some major improvements.
Afton High School's Baldy the Eagle mascot is upgrading his look.
You're never too old to play with toys, or make them.
Newton County authorities responded to a house fire on Jacob Lane in rural Neosho.
People in Independence are gearing up for the largest annual celebration in Kansas.
City and state officials are acknowledging the success of a new feature at Stone's Corner.
A grand opening is expected to take place in April of next year.
United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas kicks off their 2014 annual campaign.
Independence city leaders are improving transportation along U.S. 75.
Stephen Hudson will serve two years in federal prison. He pled guilty to one count of attempted bank robbery.
A Southwest Missouri police force now has another eye keeping tabs on how an officer does the job.
They'll be part of an effort during the next several months to develop a comprehensive state energy plan.
The blaze broke out at a home on Silver Creek Drive in south Joplin just after 2 p.m.
Panera Bread in Joplin will donate 20 percent of Tuesday's profits to Hope 4 You.
Residents in two Southeast Kansas cities will be seeing an increase on their property taxes next year.