The Miami Police Department reaches an agreement to provide resource officers to the school district.
The Fort Scott Board of Education answers residents questions tonight on the $40 million proposed school bond.
Crowder College needs your help in naming its mascot.
A large community group gets an early sneak peak of Via Christi's new surgery center.
Libraries are bringing awareness to the number of books banned from the public. And McDonald County High School is celebrating its freedom.
The Early Childhood Preschool at Pittsburg State University celebrates its 50th birthday.
Today, Saudi Arabian cities are celebrating Saudi National Day, but one celebration happened in Kansas this morning.
A local insurance agency announces the winners of a grant challenge.
After 20 years of cleanup efforts, the water at Tar Creek is still not clean.
The popular parade in Miami is focusing on family fun by adding a new event to the Halloween line-up.
A well-loved artist's work is on display in Joplin.
Authorities have found the body of a missing Golden City man in Stockton Lake.
Several medicine cabinets are now empty thanks to a drug take back program at an area university.
The opposition to a November ballot issue is growing, even while supporters are giving up the fight.
Joplin drivers are seeing some big changes on a busy road.
The National Association of Secretaries of State declared September 23, 2014, as National Voter Registration Day to encourage voter participation and increase awareness of state requirements and deadlines for voting.
The Joplin City Council meets tonight at Memorial Hall to discuss the city's proposed 2014-2015 budget.
Almost five months after the tornado hit Baxter Springs, residents ask for tax relief on their damaged homes.
The recent crime spree has lead to several businesses in Miami experiencing property damage.
Representatives with Olive Garden in Joplin made a special delivery today.