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.
The American Red Cross honors local heroes in Joplin.
If you're selling your home and haven't had any luck, spring might be a good time.
The Southeast Kansas Symphony hosts its 2nd Annual Children's Concert.
The Joplin Blasters will hold a career fair before the start of the 2015 inaugural season.
KSN got a sneak peek of a recyclable exhibit in Joplin.
Pittsburg children are invited to an Easter egg hunt.
The Spiva Center for the Arts is asking writers to find a picture they like in the Photospiva event and write a piece about it.
The Joplin Building Board of Appeals met again Friday to discuss the unfinished Charles Burt Realtors Building.
Joplin residents, frustrated by Missouri's Medicaid gap, got a chance to discuss the issue at a town hall meeting Thursday evening.
The Wesley House in Pittsburg receives a generous grant from a local bank.
Potential changes to Missouri law could affect how your child's school deals with bullying. Missouri House Bill 458 would modify the existing laws regarding bullying, and add some new categories.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held today for the beginning stages of the new interchange at I-44 and I-49.
A few thousand high school agriculture students from around the area visited Crowder College for the annual Aggie Days.
Volunteers in Arma are coming together for a community project.
A Jasper County jury found Jeffrey Bruner guilty for the 2013 shooting death of Missouri Southern Football Coach Derek Moore. They also recommended Bruner spend the rest of his life in prison
MSSU releases statement after a jury hands down the fate of the man charged with killing a Missouri Southern football coach.
The City of Miami is moving one step closer to building a new animal shelter.